President Trump is happy to see his impeachment trial shift to friendlier terrain, but he's not taking any chances, openly praising Republican senators and catering to those who hold the fate of his presidency in their hands.
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President Trump has assembled a gifted team of defense lawyers who will earn the Senate's trust in his impeachment trial, former Trump lawyer John Dowd told The Washington Times in an exclusive interview.
If the illegal immigrants waiting in Mexico had a vote in the presidential election, they'd vote to oust President Trump, according to an immigration expert who is touring south of the border and speaking with those snared by the president's get-tough policies.
President Trump celebrated the title-winning Louisiana State University football team by toasting its colorful coach and predicting that its star players are in for a big payday in the pros.
President Trump's impeachment defense team will include former independent counsel Ken Starr, whose investigation led to the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, and Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz.
President Trump said Friday the Government Accountability Office, which found that he broke the law by withholding military aid from Ukraine after Congress approved it, is part of Washington's "swamp."
As senators were sworn in to hear his impeachment trial Thursday, President Trump declared the case against him "is not going anywhere."
The Senate approved President Trump's rewrite of the North American trade deal Thursday, handing him a second trade victory in as many days while he fights to remain in office.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy defended President Trump on Thursday after Congress' official legal branch concluded that his hold on military aid for Ukraine violated the law.
Congress' official legal branch has determined that President Trump broke the law by withholding military assistance from Ukraine after Congress approved the money -- fueling Democrats' argument that the president should be impeached for his actions.
President Trump issued updated rules on Thursday to ensure that public school students are allowed to engage in constitutionally protected prayer, calling his action "the Right to Pray."
The Justice Department on Thursday denied Lev Parnas' claims that Attorney General William P. Barr knew about President Trump's efforts to pressure Ukraine into announcing an investigation into former Vice President Joseph R. Biden and his son, Hunter.
Ukrainian police said Thursday they have opened an investigation into the possibility that the U.S. ambassador came under illegal surveillance by an unknown party before she was recalled from her post in May.
A close associate of President Trump's personal lawyer says he delivered an ultimatum in May to the incoming president of Ukraine that no senior U.S. officials would attend his inauguration and all American aid to the war-torn country would be withheld if an investigation into Joe Biden wasn't announced.
President Trump could be defending himself against House Democrats' impeachment charges at the same time he is touting his accomplishments during the State of the Union address, now that the House has sent over articles of impeachment to start a Senate trial.
Bill Staviscak voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016 but now says he can't rule out voting for President Trump this year, despite describing the president as a liar and a bad role model.
The White House has issued a memo directing federal agencies to detail how they will comply with President Trump's executive order to prevent discrimination against faith-based organizations in distributing federal grants.
President Trump and Chinese negotiators signed a hard-fought trade agreement on Wednesday that provides big wins for U.S. farmers and financial-services firms, a historic breakthrough in the lopsided business dealings between the world's two biggest economies that Mr. Trump achieved through his unconventional use of tariffs.
Robert F. Hyde, the Republican congressional candidate linked in new House Intelligence Committee documents to indicted Ukraine native Lev Parnas, said Democrats are taking out of context tweets he exchanged with "some dweeb we were playing with."
The U.S. and China are set to sign a phase 1 trade agreement Wednesday at the White House, giving President Trump another election-year boost on the economy even as he prepares for his impeachment trial in the Senate.
President Trump is siding with Sen. Bernard Sanders in his "he said, she said" beef with Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
President Trump boasted Tuesday he killed the "number-one terrorist in the world," recounting the raid that killed Iranian General Qassem Soleimani in Hollywood-worthy fashion and calling the Quds force leader a "son of a bitch" who killed U.S. soldiers and wanted more blood.
President Trump Tuesday called on Apple to unlock the iPhones belonging to the Saudi Air Force cadet who killed three people last month in a terror attack at a Florida Navy base.
President Trump and first lady Melania Trump were greeted with chants of "four more years" and "U.S.A.!" from a Superdome crowd of 75,000 on Monday night before the start of the college national championship football game between Clemson and Louisiana State University in New Orleans.
The Trump administration on Monday dropped its designation of China as a currency manipulator on the eve of signing the first phase of a long-awaited trade agreement with Beijing.
Goaded by a 2020 rival, President Trump threw health care back into the spotlight Monday by falsely claiming he "saved" a popular part of Obamacare and promising to offer the best-ever health coverage if voters back him in November.
President Trump calls his military clash with Iran over a besieged U.S. Embassy "the opposite of Benghazi," and people close to him say it's impossible to overstate how deeply Mr. Trump was influenced by the fatal 2012 terrorist attack on the U.S. facilities in Libya, and by President Barack Obama's weak response.
President Trump said Sunday House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Intelligence Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff should be witnesses at the Senate trial over his impeachment.
Amid growing protests and anger in the streets of Iran, President Trump on Sunday delivered a blunt warning to the government in Tehran.
The American Civil Liberties Union has nearly quadrupled its spending on advocacy since President Trump took office and plans to ramp up its activism against the president ahead of the November elections.
With the Republican-majority Senate preparing to take up his impeachment trial next week, President Trump said Saturday that Americans want Congress to "move on to other things."
President Trump suggested Friday he may attempt to stop his imminent Senate impeachment trial from including testimony from John R. Bolton, his former national security adviser.
The Trump administration sent a back-channel message to Iran not to escalate hostilities after the U.S. killed Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani, according to a report Friday night.
The White House is considering dramatically expanding its much-litigated travel ban to additional countries amid a renewed election-year focus on immigration by President Trump, according to six people familiar with the deliberations.
Confronted by persistent questions about his military action in the Middle East, President Trump and his top officials offered a string of fresh explanations Friday, with Trump now contending Iranian militants had planned major attacks on four U.S. embassies.
Top Trump officials announced fresh sanctions against Iran and its leaders Friday to punish Tehran's economy and officials who launched missile attacks at U.S. military bases this week.
The rising stock market and another strong jobs report on Friday indicate the economy will remain healthy through the election year, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said.
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi has told the U.S. secretary of state to send a delegation to Iraq tasked with formulating the mechanism for the withdrawal of U.S troops from Iraq, according to a statement released Friday.
President Trump said Thursday night that he was "ready to go" with military action against Iran this week in retaliation for Tehran's missile attacks, but backed off when he learned there were no U.S. casualties.
The Minnesota Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a Republican candidate's attempt to join President Donald Trump on the state's primary election ballot, clearing the way for early voting to begin as scheduled late next week.
Canadian and U.S. authorities said Thursday that they have incontrovertible evidence that Iranians shot down the Ukrainian airliner that crashed in Tehran Wednesday, killing all aboard.
The timing of a Senate impeachment trial could give President Trump the opportunity to exult in his acquittal right in the face of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at the annual State of the Union address.
President Trump declined to say Thursday if he would bar his former national security adviser, John R. Bolton, from testifying in a Senate impeachment trial but said his appearance could harm the executive branch.
President Trump said Thursday the second phase of his trade negotiations with China may wait until after the election, arguing it might result in a "a lot better deal."
Environmental red tape and Byzantine permit rules are making it impossible to build in the U.S., President Trump said Thursday in proposing a sweeping regulatory rewrite that would speed up federal approval of bridges, highways, pipelines and other major projects.
President Trump got a double-dose of good news from the border this week after the latest numbers showed illegal immigration continues to drop, and a federal appeals court ruling allowed him to divert $3.6 billion in Pentagon money toward building his wall.
President Trump urged all House Republicans Thursday to vote against a Democratic-sponsored War Powers Resolution seeking to limit his authority to take military action against Iran.
Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday said the administration believes that Iran was trying to kill Americans when the country launched ballistic missiles at Iraqi bases housing U.S. troops earlier this week.
Trump judicial adviser Leonard Leo is forming a new conservative advocacy group and taking a new role at the Federalist Society, The Washington Times has learned.
A hush fell over the crowd at the lunch counter Wednesday at Pee Dee's Brunch and Bar as President Trump filled the overhead TV screen and responded to Iran's missile strikes on U.S. bases in Iraq.
President Trump stepped back from the brink of war with Iran on Wednesday, announcing he'll impose "punishing" new economic sanctions on Tehran after the Iranian military launched more than a dozen missiles against military bases in Iraq that resulted in no U.S. casualties.
A new poll shows President Trump right where he wants to be -- disliked by a majority of citizens in most other countries.
Republicans decided Tuesday to place only President Donald Trump's name on Wisconsin's primary ballot this spring, making it a challenge for any long-shot GOP candidates to run against him in the state.
There was an unspecified incident involving the Secret Service at President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago club in Florida, but authorities would not say Tuesday what happened.
President Trump said Tuesday it's up to lawyers and senators to decide whether his former national security adviser, John Bolton, should testify in his looming impeachment trial.
President Trump said Tuesday it's not the right time for the U.S. to withdraw troops from Iraq, amid the turmoil over the killing of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani.
The group representing White House journalists criticized the Trump White House Tuesday for showing less transparency than the government of Saudi Arabia about a meeting between President Trump and a top Saudi official.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday shot back at critics questioning the legal basis for last week's drone strike that killed Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani, asserting that President Trump "made the right decision" by authorizing the strike to protect U.S. personnel in the Middle East.
President Trump stepped up his criticism of homelessness in Democratic-controlled cities, saying it is "not a federal problem" but he's willing to help if asked "politely."
President Trump will hold a campaign rally later this month in the New Jersey district of Rep. Jeff Van Drew, the former Democratic lawmaker who switched parties after voting against the president's impeachment.
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