The White House on Monday admitted that President Donald Trump was involved in the removal of US Attorney Geoffrey Berman after Trump had claimed he was "not involved" in the process this weekend.
"I think there was some misreporting on this earlier," a senior administration official said Monday on background in a briefing with reporters, when asked about a report that the president would ultimately side with Black Lives Matter protesters on the issue of systemic racism in police departments.
Gen. Mark Milley stayed up late at night after the staged visit reading online criticism of his participation in the June 1 event.
President Trump on Friday ripped Joe Biden for the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee’s claim that US troops would be needed to remove him from the White House should he lose the election. “Look, Joe’s not all there, everybody knows it and it’s sad when you look at it and you see it, you see it
Melania Trump delayed her move to the White House from New York in 2017 as she renegotiated her prenuptial agreement with President Trump, an upcoming book claims.
When Melania Trump was 'taking care of Barron' by staying in NYC after inauguration, she didn't just mean letting him finish his semester. She was working on getting a better prenup, according to a new book.
First lady delayed moving from New York for five monthsMelania reportedly said aim was ‘taking care of Barron’Melania Trump delayed coming to the White House after her husband Donald Trump won the 2016 election because she was renegotiating her prenuptial agreement, a new book has claimed.
Army veteran Rep. Anthony Brown tells Lawrence O’Donnell that he thinks it’s important for Gen. Mark Milley to apologize for accompanying Trump on that photo op after forcibly dispersing protesters because “he understands that under President Trump, we’ve seen a deterioration in the relationship between America’s military and America’s society.”
WASHINGTON — Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark Milley considered resigning last week amid criticism over his role in President Trump’s photo op at a historic church outside the White House, according to a new report. The Pentagon’s top general spent hours poring over news articles and social media posts condemning his actions and
The Pentagon's top general discussed resigning amid criticism over his participation in President Donald Trump's controversial photo op at a Washington church, NBC News reports.
Trump claimed he wasn’t briefed on the report because intelligence “did not find this info credible.”
Gen Mark Milley has said it was a mistake to have been present at Donald Trump's photo op in front of a church in Washington. "I should not have been there," he said in a pre-recorded video commencement address to the National Defense University.