On Tuesday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that places modest restrictions on police chokeholds, calls for improved training requirements, aims to track problem officers when they change jobs to avoid punishment, and urges local governments to pair police with social workers when responding to certain types of calls. The president lost no time [
Former national security adviser John Bolton is making a number of bombshell claims in his soon-to-be published book, including that President Donald Trump told Chinese President Xi Jinping that he approved of his plan to build concentration camps for Muslims. However, Washington Post reporter Josh Dawsey told CNN’s Jim Sciutto on Thursday that the Trump [
The president is focused on reopening the economy, while many of his aides see the latest surge of coronavirus cases as media fearmongering.
For a brief moment after George Floyd’s death, the White House pursued the semblance of a reform process. But the president is over that now.
And a gun rights activist ousts a GOP incumbent in Colorado.
Former National Security Adviser John Bolton’s new book contains several explosive accounts of President Trump’s behavior. Among them are statements that Trump appealed to China’s ruler Xi Jinping for help winning the next election, and that Trump did in fact directly tie aid to Ukraine to obtaining dirt on Trump’s political rivals. But why did Bolton save it for his book - which the Trump administration is now trying to block - instead of testifying at the impeachment trial? Impeachment...
Former White House senior director Nayyera Haq explained that the recent firing of U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman at the Southern District of New York shows that the president is a little worried about upcoming lawsuits. “It’s a fascinating time for Trump and his administration to be creating this problem with, to begin with,” she explained. [
The book portrays Trump’s White House as engaging in a wide variety of improper international deal-making with multiple foreign countries.
The second edition of President Trump's "Salute to America" on July 4 will unfold on the South Lawn and Ellipse of the White House instead of the National Mall, the White House said Friday. "In addition to music, military demonstrations, and flyovers to honor our Nation's service members and veterans,
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They denounced the use of “I Won’t Back Down” at Trump’s Tulsa rally.
Former Trump national security adviser John Bolton revealed in an interview with ABC News broadcast Sunday that the most powerful person in the White House was Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law. This article originally appeared at Salon. “Next to the president, who held the most power in the White House?” ABC News’ Martha Raddatz asked Bolton. “It varied from time to [