A Twitter exchange with Sebastian Gorka points up the lack of decorum on social media, and in real life.
Debra J. Saunders joined the Review Journal as White House correspondent in December 2016, after 24 years writing a usually conservative opinion-page column for the San Francisco Chronicle. She has a B.A. in Greek and Latin from the University of Massachusetts at Boston, which may or may not prepare her for covering the Trump White House. She is syndicated with Creators Syndicate.
President Donald Trump accused economists and pundits of trying to force a recession, even as his administration took action to try to boost the economy.
The Trump administration on Monday announced new “public charge” rules meant to discourage people likely to enroll for welfare benefits from applying for legal residency in the U.S.
An annual report of White House salaries through June 28 shows that the median salary of male White House staffers is $106,000, but $80,000 for female staffers.
What message was Rep. Joaquin Castro sending to President Donald Trump’s potential donors when he tweeted the names of 44 who contributed the maximum allowed to the Trump campaign.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday will visit El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, two cities scarred by mass shootings this weekend that left 31 people dead and dozens wounded.
President Donald Trump announced Rep. John Ratcliffe, R-Texas, the man who Trump said Sunday would take over for outgoing national intelligence director Dan Coats, was withdrawing from consideration for the job.
The Nevada Republican Party is proposing a statewide preference poll of its central committee to renominate President Donald Trump; the regular party caucuses on Feb. 25 will simply nominate delegates to the county conventions.
In a salvo clearly aimed at President Donald Trump, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill to require presidential candidates to release five years of tax returns in order to appear on the primary ballot in the Golden State.
President Donald Trump nominated Texas Congressman John Ratcliffe to be the new director of national intelligence after announcing respected incumbent Dan Coats will step down Aug. 15.