While the enforcement of the revised executive order remains blocked, the juxtaposition of the recent court rulings shows there could be hope yet for the administration's policy, which has thus far been mostly losing what is expected to be long and drawn out legal fight.
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Vice President Mike Pence said Saturday that congressional Democrats won't be able to savor very long the survival of Obamacare, after Trump administration and House Republican leaders lost a bid to repeal and replace the law.
Sputnik, a Russian state-owned website accused of being an arm of Moscow's international propaganda apparatus, is petitioning the White House for press accreditation.
The Health and Human Services Department's watchdog will investigate the Trump administration's decision to yank pro-Obamacare advertisements during a critical week of signups earlier this year, Senate Democrats said Friday.
Bipartisan bickering surrounding the Kremlin's involvement in last year's White House race is playing right into the hands of Russian President Vladimir Putin, former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said Thursday.
The House Intelligence Committee has asked FBI Director James B. Comey and NSA Director Adm. Michael Rogers to testify in closed session for the ongoing investigation into Russian interference in the presidential election and allegations of Obama administration surveillance of the Trump campaign.
The Trump administration is close to announcing a new slate of economic sanctions aimed at containing Iran's ballistic missile activities, a day after senators introduced bipartisan legislation to expand such measures, as well as those targeting Iranian human rights abuses and support for terrorism.
The head of the House Intelligence Committee said Friday that President Trump's former campaign chairman has agreed to talk with the panel as part of its investigation into Russia tampering in the presidential election.
A Democratic member of the House Intelligence Committee stopped short of calling for Rep. Devin Nunes to be stripped of his chairmanship over the Republican's decision to go public with allegations that communications from the Trump transition team were inadvertently intercepted by U.S. spy agencies before sharing the information with Democrats on the panel.
Hours before the House was to vote on crucial health care legislation Friday, President Trump raised the ante for conservative lawmakers planning to vote against him, issuing a thinly veiled warning about possible 2018 GOP primary challenges if they cross him.
The head of the Department of Health said Friday he believes President Trump will follow through on his plan to move on to other issues if the GOP's health care bill dies in the House.
President Trump signed permits Friday for construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline that had been blocked by the Obama administration, saying the reversal is part of his efforts "to do things right" for American jobs and energy production.
Rep. Chris Collins of New York said Friday he is "counting on" his colleagues in the House to join him in passing the GOP's health care plan, saying they have the choice of voting to get rid of Obamacare or to keep it intact.
Pro-Obamacare groups are calling on Congress to shoot down the House GOP health care bill as part of a last-minute public relations push to kill the bill.
A national tea party group is supporting the health care bill that President Trump and House Speaker Paul D. Ryan are urging lawmaker to pass on Capitol Hill.
President Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka Trump will have a security clearance, a West Wing office and the ear of her father on important policy matters. But don't call her an employee.
Former President Barack Obama says there's nothing wrong with Obamacare that couldn't be fixed by President Trump doing a better job of managing the health care law.
President Trump is supposed to be in command of the vast resources of the U.S. intelligence community, but so far he has shown himself unable — at least publicly — to use the authority to root out leakers or get to the bottom of alleged surveillance of his transition team.
The federal government ruled Thursday that President Trump's five-star hotel in Washington, D.C., doesn't violate a lease that stipulates no government officials can profit from the property.
House Republicans beat an embarrassing retreat on health care Thursday, postponing a long-promised vote to repeal Obamacare after President Trump struggled to sway reluctant conservatives who said the GOP replacement wasn't good enough.
Roger Stone, President Trump's former adviser, accused Democrats of fear-mongering and "red-baiting" this week after minority members of the House Intelligence Committee narrowed their sights on White House insiders while looking for evidence of collusion between Russia and the president's 2016 campaign.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is urging President Trump to reconsider proposed budget cuts to the National Endowment for the Arts, arguing that the agency helps underprivileged kids across the country "test-drive their God-given creativity."
Still trying to win over reluctant Republican lawmakers, President Trump called on voters Thursday to pressure their representatives to support a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare.
President Trump didn't give an inch on his claims about wiretapping and voter fraud in an interview published Thursday, and told the journalist, "I can't be doing so badly, because I'm president and you're not."
Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer said Thursday that Democrats will attempt to filibuster Judge Neil Gorsuch's nomination, saying he would tilt the Supreme Court too far away from what Democrats want to see.
Donald Trump Jr. is facing criticism for tweeting in the hours after Wednesday's London attack a months-old comment from London Mayor Sadiq Khan that terror attacks are part of living in a big city.
President Trump on Thursday kicked off a last-minute lobbying push for the House GOP's health care legislation by urging Americans to call their members of Congress and assuring them the Republican plan is going to be "terrific."
Barely two months into his presidency, Donald Trump is risking much of his agenda and his political muscle on the outcome of Thursday's House vote to repeal and replace Obamacare.
President Trump said he felt 'somewhat' vindicated after being briefed Wednesday by House intelligence committee Chairman Devin Nunes, who says Obama officials were in fact monitoring communications of Mr. Trump's top aides.
Revelations that Trump transition officials were "unmasked" and included in surveillance reports circulated within the Obama administration potentially confirm President Trump's allegations that his campaign was "wiretapped," House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes said Wednesday.
President Trump will deliver the commencement address at Liberty University in May, the school announced Wednesday.
President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, secretly worked for a Russian billionaire to advance the interests of Russian President Vladimir Putin a decade ago and proposed an ambitious political strategy to undermine anti-Russian opposition across former Soviet republics
Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on Wednesday said President Trump has the "potential" to be a great president.
President Trump's proposed cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency would take it back to the staffing levels it had under President Reagan and to a budget it outgrew in 1990, marking what would be the most dramatic rollback in the agency's 47-year history.
Judge Neil Gorsuch refused to tip his hand on how he might rule on President Trump's extreme vetting executive order, telling senators Tuesday that he wouldn't want to hurt his ability to hear the case either on his current appeals court or on the Supreme Court, should he win confirmation.
President Trump put NASA on course for a mission to Mars and beyond Tuesday, signing a bill that authorized boosting the agency's current year budget to $19.5 billion and restoring its focus on manned space flights.
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on Tuesday said health care was President Trump's "top priority" but that getting it done will allow Mr. Trump to move onto other parts of his agenda.
President Trump exerted some friendly pressure on Sen. Rand Paul Monday night in his home state, telling a crowd in Kentucky that Americans won't get tax cuts unless Mr. Paul and other reluctant Republican lawmakers support the administration-backed health care law to replace Obamacare.
President Trump was not backing down Monday from his claim that the Obama administration "wiretapped" Trump Tower during the campaigning, despite the FBI director testifying that there was no evidence, said the White House.
President Trump on Monday declared the notion that he colluded with Russia during last year's election "fake news," as the House Intelligence Committee prepares to hold its first open hearing tied to its probe into Russian interference in the 2016 campaign.
President Trump's is eyeing a 30-foot border wall, and wants it to be particularly imposing to would-be illegal immigrants pondering an attempt to sneak into the U.S. from Mexico, Homeland Security officials said in contract documents released Friday as the administration officially solicited bids to build the barrier.
Justice Department: President should have power to fire head of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
The Justice Department told a federal appeals court Friday that President Trump must have the authority to fire the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a powerful regulatory agency created under President Obama.
President Trump's unproven claim that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower last year is eroding diplomatic relations abroad and needs to be put to rest, top Democrats said Sunday.
Vice President Mike Pence told an audience in Florida Saturday that the White House is "working around the clock" with Republican lawmakers to pass an administration-backed health care bill to repeal and replace Obamacare ahead of a House vote next week.
About a dozen people protesting the U.S. Women's Open being played at a course President Donald Trump owns left peacefully Saturday after security officials asked them to leave the front entrance of the LPGA Tour's Bank of Hope Founders Cup.
President Trump on Saturday defended the success of his first face-to-face meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, dismissing a barrage of critical news accounts that describe it as "awkward."
President Trump's new border wall is supposed to be 30 feet high and should look imposing to potential illegal immigrants, Homeland Security officials said in documents Friday that officially requested the first bids to begin building the barrier along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Addressing his claims that President Obama wiretapped his campaign, President Trump told German Chancellor Angela Merkel Friday with tongue in cheek that they have "something in common."
Standing beside German Chancellor Angela Merkel, President Trump pushed back Friday against the perception in Europe that he was pursuing isolationist trade policies, declaring that he was a "fair trader."
President Trump welcomed German Chancellor Angela Merkel to the White House Friday for meetings expected to focus on trade and security, although hanging over the talks were Mr. Trump's harsh campaign rhetoric that she "ruined" her country.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Friday it may be necessary to take pre-emptive military action against North Korea if the threat from their weapons program reaches a level "that we believe requires action."
Health secretary Tom Price prodded divided Republicans on Friday to "get together and collaborate" on a health care overhaul as GOP leaders hoped to push the legislation through the House next week.
This week's rulings against President Trump's revised executive order on travel and refugees have sparked heated pushback from Republicans on Capitol Hill, who say judges have crossed the line to become adversaries of this White House — and suggested retribution could be coming.
Forget about the Twitter tirades, the yawning differences in leadership style and the not-so-subtle jabs that started flying across the Atlantic even before President Trump's inauguration in January.
Lawmakers, advocates and survivors gathered Thursday to mark the anniversary of the U.S. designation of Islamic State genocide against Christians, Yazidis and other religious minorities in the Middle East, urging the Trump administration to turn those words into action.
Hours after the Senate Intelligence Committee said it had no evidence to back up President Trump's claim of being wiretapped last year, the White House lashed out at the media Thursday, alleging a double standard in press coverage of the issue.
Many Donald Trump voters cast their votes for the president because he's "authentically inauthentic" and serves as a "middle finger" to the mainstream news media, according to NBC's Chuck Todd.
Rep. Raul Labrador of Idaho said Thursday the House GOP health plan must be flawed, because people keep calling his office and attacking it.
The Senate intelligence committee announced Thursday that it can find no evidence to back up President Trump's claim that U.S. intelligence officials were eavesdropping on him during the campaign.
At the annual "Friends of Ireland" luncheon Thursday at the Capitol, President Trump praised the contribution of Irish immigrants to the U.S. and vowed that the bonds between two countries would endure.
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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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