President Trump's job approval numbers have been on the upswing in recent weeks, climbing above 40 percent in most polls since he struck a deal with Capitol Hill Democrats to raise the debt limit and rush emergency funds to hurricane victims.
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The Golden State Warriors won't be visiting the White House after President Trump singled out its star athlete Saturday.
President Trump took a veiled jab at former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick during a speech Friday and said the owners of National Football League teams should fire athletes for kneeling during the national anthem. The following morning, Mr. Trump turned his ire at NBA star Stephen Curry, disinviting him from the White House.
President Trump on Saturday beat back the chief attack on his his candidate in Alabama's Republican runoff election for U.S. Senate, saying Sen. Luther Strange had proven himself to be his ally in the fight against the Washington establishment.
Both President Trump and a Kremlin spokesman on Friday separately denied that Russian government operatives purchased political ads on Facebook meant to sway the 2016 White House.
President Trump is preparing to add more countries to his six-nation travel ban executive order -- though he'll likely impose lesser penalties such as additional traveler screening on them, administration officials said Friday.
Mexican and Canadian companies have dramatically reduced the number of American-made components they include in the products they then ship into the U.S., according to a new study released Friday that the Trump administration says is the latest evidence that NAFTA has been a bad deal.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Friday that the Trump administration doesn't want to "unnecessarily irritate" Congress with the coming tax reform plan.
President Trump on Friday labeled Kim Jong-un a "mad man," shortly after the North Korean leader had called him a "mentally deranged U.S. dotard."
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has lobbed a string of insults at President Donald Trump, calling him a "mentally deranged U.S. dotard" and hinting at a frightening new weapon test.
President Trump is set to campaign Friday alongside Sen. Luther Strange, putting his own electoral winning streak on the line in next week's GOP primary runoff in Alabama.
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort's spokesman said Thursday that federal investigators' moves to wiretap him in 2014 and again in 2016, around the time he was involved with the campaign, were politically motivated.
President Trump persuaded China to freeze all financial transactions with North Korea and ordered a new round of U.S. sanctions Thursday, closing out his first U.N. General Assembly with a major diplomatic victory in his efforts to curb Pyongyang's nuclear weapons and missile programs short of war.
Rep. Maxine Waters on Thursday accused President Trump of collusion with the Russian government and obstruction of justice, suggesting that there's enough evidence for Congress to begin the impeachment process.
President Trump signed an executive order Thursday hitting North Korea with a new round of sanctions over its nuclear and ballistic missile programs, at the same time as China's central bank moved to sever financial ties with Pyongyang.
President Trump met Thursday with Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko, praising the stability his government achieved despite interference and aggressive moves by Russia on its borders.
Sen. Luther Strange said Thursday that President Trump's upcoming visit to Alabama will be the game changer in his senatorial bid.
President Trump's new strategy for the Afghanistan War garnered a glowing review from the country's leader Thursday, who said the difference on the ground after just four weeks was "night and day" from the war plan of the Obama administration.
Vice President Mike Pence said Thursday the administration is "fully cooperating" with the special counsel's team regarding the Russia investigation.
In the middle of Donald Trump's presidential run, then-campaign chairman Paul Manafort said he was willing to provide "private briefings" about the campaign to a Russian billionaire the U.S. government considers close to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Homeland Security Department has doubled the rate of denials of Dreamers' amnesty applications, according to numbers released Wednesday that suggest the administration had been taking a harder line even before President Trump's announcement this month that he would phase out the DACA program altogether.
Just as President Trump has begun easing off his attacks on special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, Senate Judiciary Committee members next week will consider two partisan-backed bills aimed at shielding the probe from the White House.
The governors of two dozen liberal states, described as the economic equivalent of "the third largest country in the world," said Wednesday they are on track to meet their share of the Paris climate agreement despite President Trump's decision to withdraw.
Iran's president ridiculed President Trump at the United Nations on Wednesday as an "ignorant" novice in world affairs and said the U.S. would damage its credibility by following through on Mr. Trump's threat to pull out of the nuclear deal with Tehran.
President Trump's approval rating is on the rebound, says a Politico/Morning Consult poll released Wednesday, which revealed a distinct uptick in Mr. Trump's positive polling numbers.
The White House denies claims that President Trump apologized in a phone call to Turkish President Recep Tayipp Erdogan over a violent brawl that involved Turkish security officers attacking peaceful protesters demonstrating against Mr. Erdogan's visit to D.C.
Former White House deputy assistant Sebastian Gorka has a simple message for President Trump's supporters who are troubled by the president's early performance in office: "Relax."
Hillary Clinton slammed President Trump's speech at the United Nations, calling it "dangerous."
President Trump on Wednesday urged Republicans to pass their latest attempt at an Obamacare replacement plan.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders hinted Wednesday that President Trump might make changes to the Iran nuclear deal soon.
Rep. Tim Ryan said Wednesday that he agreed with President Trump's calls for the U.S. to take a firmer stance on Iran in his speech at the United Nations.
NEWS ANALYSIS: President Obama ended his first speech to the United Nations with a call to respect universal rights and the U.N. itself, saying all nations owed an obligation to the international body.
Outrage at President Trump's speech to the United Nations this week sparked an inadvertent compliment from his socialist critics -- the Republican was likened to the late Ronald Reagan.
President Trump took aim at the twin threats of North Korea and Iran on Tuesday at the United Nations, warning that the U.S. is prepared to "totally destroy" North Korea over its reckless nuclear weapons programs and calling on the world body to confront more forcefully Tehran's support of Islamist terrorism.
President Trump strode into the United Nations this week to announce that the world's fiercest warrior for peace is back. The apology tour is over.
President Trump's personal attorney on Tuesday lashed out at a Trump-Russia dossier that has fed conspiracy theories by Democrats and influenced the FBI, saying the document is "riddled with total falsehoods."
President Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., and White House counselor Kellyanne Conway are no longer under Secret Service protection, reports said Tuesday.
Gov. Chris Christie said Tuesday that he did not support President Trump's so-called "Muslim ban" and told him that at the time.
President Trump will turn up the heat on North Korea and call out countries that coddle the rogue regime Tuesday in his first address to the United Nations General Assembly, said a senior White House official who recognized that the threat of war loomed over the speech.
President Trump told leaders of Latin American nations Monday night that the U.S. is ready to take "further action" against the Venezuelan government if President Nicolas Maduro persists in repression.
U.S. government investigators were wiretapping the head of Donald Trump's presidential campaign, both before and after the election, CNN reported Monday night.
California Gov. Jerry Brown compared President Donald Trump's supporters to prehistoric cave dwellers during a climate change event in New York City on Monday.
President Trump said in a meeting Monday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that there's "a good chance" for a U.S.-brokered peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians.
President Trump spoke Monday with President Xi Jinping of China about increasing pressure on North Korea, which continues to menace the world with its nuclear weapons and missile programs.
In his first address to the United Nations, President Trump said Monday that the U.N. must cut its wasteful spending and end mismanagement.
Rep. Chris Collins said Monday that he found President Trump's tweet on North Korean President Kim Jong-un "pretty funny."
Sen. David Perdue said Monday that President Trump will build part of the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
A third figure in the Russia probe has filed a slander lawsuit as a direct result of the infamous Democrat-financed dossier that helped prompt the FBI to investigate purported collusion between the Trump presidential campaign and Moscow.
President Trump arrives Monday at his first United Nations General Assembly on a mission to cultivate friendships and call out enemies, officials said, with a plan to aggressively put his "America First" agenda into action on the world stage.
As President Trump's staunchest backers wonder why he has suddenly dropped "Islamic" from two important war speeches, the mystery in the latter instance can be traced to the Pentagon, says an administration source.
You know you've run afoul of President Trump when he gives you a nickname.
Trump administration officials said Sunday that the president's stance on the Paris climate agreement hasn't changed: He's open to reengaging as long as he gets a better deal.
President Trump said Friday that the travel ban into the U.S. should be "tougher" in the wake of another terrorist attack in London.
President Trump said Thursday he doubts he'll have to hike tax rates for the rich in order to get a tax overhaul through Congress, dialing back his comments a day earlier that the wealthy could end up paying more under his plan.
President Trump on Thursday lashed out at President Obama's top national security aide amid reports she acknowledged to congressional investigators that she sought classified information on senior members of his staff during the presidential transition because of suspicions over a prominent Gulf sheikh's secret visit to Manhattan.
The White House has been privately urging the State Department to speed up its protracted process for releasing Hillary Clinton's still-undisclosed emails.
President Trump toured a neighborhood in Naples, Florida, Thursday that was ravaged by Hurricane Irma, telling residents trying to put their lives back together that the federal government was there for them "100 percent."
President Obama's national security adviser Susan Rice has told a congressional inquiry into Russian election meddling that she spied on senior Trump officials last year because the crown prince of the United Arab Emirates was secretly visiting New York.
White nationalists are not happy with the news that President Trump could be moving closer to cutting an immigration deal with the same Democrats that have accused the commander-in-chief of empowering white supremacists and neo-Nazis.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Thursday that President Trump is committed to building the border wall.
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The mainstream media and the Democrats have become complacent on the issue of illegal immigration. President Obama and Hillary Clinton clearly see it as the norm simply to shrug and accept the idea that people can illegally enter the United States and stay indefinitely without penalty. For them, even raising the idea of curbing illegal immigration makes one a bigot or a xenophobe.
It is high time to declare -- honestly and without exaggeration -- that the 2016 GOP presidential primary has officially become the greatest, most interesting, most entertaining election of all time!
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders are mining the same vein of popular discontent, drawing big crowds in the process, and drawing early support in spite of rather than because of their positions on issues of interest to most Americans.
He is a powerful antidote to the same old, same old.
Donald Trump jets down to Mobile, Alabama -- the very heart of Nowhere, America, as far as the media/political establishment is concerned -- on a slow, hot Friday night. Wearing bright white patent leather shoes that look like they came from Cousin Eddie, Mr. Trump rustles up what very well may be the largest political rally of the year for any campaign in either party. Not bad for a guy who has zero political experience and is regularly dismissed by all the experts as a lightweight and a huckster.
I shall pose the question once again that I posed months ago: Why is the Democratic presidential field the turf of AARP (American Association of Retired Persons), and where is the party's diversity?
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Military reformers in the nation's capital may have found a soul mate in a billionaire real estate magnate who takes a keen interest in what things cost, including big weapons systems.
Hispanics, who for more than a decade insisted they were the key to American politics, are now grappling with a life on the outside -- stunned that a Republican managed to capture the White House without winning at least a third of their support.
President-elect Donald Trump began to add caveats to a host of his campaign promises, saying in an interview aired Sunday that he will work to keep some of the more popular parts of Obamacare intact and focus his deportation efforts on criminals — the same policy that President Obama claims to have.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said he no longer believes in the presidential polls, saying the odds are very high that Republican nominee Donald Trump can defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton if he stays on message and sticks to both the teleprompter and big ideas.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, Donald Trump's running mate, on Monday shot down news reports that said he was thinking about jumping ship over the lewd remarks that the New York business made about women over a decade ago.
Donald Trump claimed victory Tuesday following his first debate against Hillary Clinton, saying the showdown made it clear that she is "the candidate of yesterday" and he is the candidate of "the future."
Hillary Clinton is clinging to a lead in most national polls, but Donald Trump has been making up ground as they enter the kickoff presidential debate Monday with dramatically different expectations.
The anti-Trump immigrant voter surge has failed to materialize, as advocates' hopes of recruiting 1 million green card holders to become citizens in time to vote have fallen short.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is in "excellent physical health," his doctor wrote in a letter released Thursday.
Donald Trump on Tuesday touted support from 88 retired armed service members, as both he and Hillary Clinton make a concerted push to reach out to military voters ahead of a Wednesday forum in New York hosted by a veterans group.
Donald Trump has hired lobbyists to advance his gambling interests in Florida, to boost his chances of building a massive convention hall in Long Island and to keep a hotel on track in downtown Chicago.
In an interview Tuesday evening, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said he supports raising the minimum wage by more than one-third.
Donald Trump vowed Tuesday to fire those responsible for the problems that have plagued the Department of Veterans Affairs and to give military veterans access to private health care providers, warning that "crooked Hillary Clinton" seems bent on sweeping the entire controversy "under the rug."
Donald Trump picked conservative Indiana Gov. Mike Pence to be his running mate Friday -- a move that's likely to please many Republicans who'd been skeptical of their presumptive nominee's own commitment to their party's ideas.
Donald Trump put his fingerprints on the new Republican Party platform, which embraces his border wall and disavows bad trade deals — but Trump skeptics won their own fights by protecting conservative language on religious liberty and gay rights.
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