In June, U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis slammed the position of special counsel as a post too easily “wielded as a political weapon” to troll for dirt on targeted adversaries. At the same time, he ruled that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s prosecution of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was legitimate and should continue.
When President Donald Trump sat down for an interview with NBC’s Lester Holt on May 11, 2017, the president did what he often does when he talks on camera – he did not hold back his grievances and he contradicted previous White House staff pronouncements.
As the president basks in the glory of his pick of Brett Kavanaugh to serve on the Supreme Court, on can only hope that he will realize that some decisions have too much consequence to go with your gut.
A cluster of progressive Democrats eyeing the 2020 presidential race embraces the call to eliminate the immigration enforcement agency, but many see the move as perilous to the party in next election cycle.
As Justice Anthony Kennedy prepares to retire, all eyes in Washington will be on the battle to confirm whomever President Donald Trump nominates.
It’s getting ugly out there for President Donald Trump’s White House team. When they leave 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., they risk public shaming and are subject to mob intimidation.
Why are news outlets treating the 2018 border crisis as if it is the worst?
Because it started so differently — with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inviting President Donald Trump to a face-to-face meeting, which the mercurial Trump promptly accepted — the June 12 summit in Singapore held out the promise of delivering something big and transformative.
On the first day of June, President Donald Trump invited Kim Yong Chol, North Korea’s second most powerful official, into the Oval Office where they talked at length and posed for photos. Afterward, Trump shook Kim’s hand before reporters.