Democrats and President Trump agreed on a $2 trillion infrastructure package, but it may just be a way to blame each other for inevitable failure.
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Would Trump have come into office as a different president if then-FBI Director James Comey hadn’t told him about the allegations in an unverified “dossier” before Trump took the oath of office?
Saving Donald Trump from himself.
Last week, federal prosecutors released a 61-page indictment against attorney Michael Avenatti, who allegedly bilked his own clients to bankroll his lavish lifestyle. Last month, federal prosecutors in New York charged him with trying to extort millions from Nike.
President Trump’s immigration rhetoric won’t fix a humanitarian crisis — or satisfy his base
President Donald Trump called on House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff to resign from Congress. That, of course, is not going to happen. But even after Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s found no conspiracy or coordination between Trump’s 2016 campaign and Russian actors, Schiff told the Washington Post, “Undoubtedly, there is collusion.”
President Donald Trump, meet California Gov. Gavin Newsom, the Democratic rising star who tracks mud across the legal system the same way you do, but his dirty footprints win accolades from the mainstream media.
Political parties are increasingly playing favorites when it comes to the news media, and that should outrage everyone no matter your party.
At one point during his hours of testimony before the House Oversight Committee Wednesday, the president’s former personal attorney and fixer Michael Cohen was asked what “breaking point” prompted him to split with President Donald Trump.
In 2014, Hoda Muthana, then 20-years-old, left Alabama to become an ISIS bride in Syria. Now Muthana wants to return to the U.S. with her 18-month-old son, but President Donald Trump doesn’t want to let her back in the country.
Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe will be on “60 Minutes” Sunday night and you can expect to see stories on him and his new book for days. You can also expect McCabe to portray himself as an upright lawman who stood up to President Donald Trump out of fear that the Russians may have helped carry Trump all the way to the White House.
Since politics in 2019 is the art of making the other party look worse, President Donald Trump’s State of the Union Address was a home run.
President Donald Trump pushed hard for the moment when he could deliver this State of the Union address with all the pomp the Capitol venue can offer – robed Supreme Court justices, solons of the Senate, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wearing suffragette white, and prime time on America’s TV sets.
Trump would do well to stand before the joint session of Congress and admit he lost the House and lost the shutdown battle but sees a path forward where he can get some of what he wants by recognizing the new lay of the land. Win-win.