President Trump on Saturday celebrated the demise of conservative news magazine The Weekly Standard, a diehard voice of the never-Trump movement that will publish its last issue next week.
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President Trump said Friday that he's tapped Mick Mulvaney to be acting chief of staff at the White House, adding yet another role to the man who's already his budget director.
Special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe has cost taxpayers nearly $25 million, according to a Justice Department report Friday.
Former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos, who was released from a federal prison last week, said Friday he wants to run for Congress in 2020.
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Friday pulled himself out of the running to be President Trump's next chief of staff.
Though the news media appears obsessed with the idea of impeaching President Trump, the majority of Americans now oppose that idea, according to a new CNN poll.
President Trump on Friday said China's economic woes show that his get-tough strategy is working and improving odds for a trade deal.
The Manhattan U.S. Attorney's office opened an investigation into whether President Trump's 2017 inauguration committee misspent some of the $107 million sent in as donations, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
Michael Cohen said his former boss President Trump is lying about the Russia investigation, according to an interview with ABC News that aired Friday morning.
Michael Cohen said President Trump knew all along that the hush-money payments were wrong, according to an interview with ABC News that aired Friday.
President Trump met with former Republican presidential-primary rival Chris Christie to consider him for the White House chief of staff position.
President Trump said Thursday he never told Michael Cohen to break election laws in 2016, declaring his innocence a day after his former lawyer was sentenced to three years in prison for campaign-finance violations and other crimes.
A lawsuit accusing the Trump administration of denying nearly all visa applicants from countries under President Donald Trump's travel ban will move forward, a U.S. judge said Thursday.
President Trump posted a video to Twitter on Thursday in which he accused the Democrats of being "absolute hypocrites" on border security and his wall, using clips from numerous high-profile Democrats to support his point.
Democrats controlling the House next year will start trying to obtain President Donald Trump's income tax returns from the Internal Revenue Service, the likely next speaker said Thursday.
First lady Melania Trump has seen her popularity numbers drop by double-digit percentages in the past two months, according to a new CNN poll.
Economist Paul Krugman warned of a new "axis of evil" this week that includes Saudi Arabia, Russia, and the U.S.
The federal government is already deep in the red just two months into the new fiscal year, with the Treasury Department announcing Thursday that the deficit surged more than 50 percent so far.
President Trump on Thursday took a jab at Fox News pollsters who's recent survey gave him a 46 percent job-approval rating.
President Trump said Thursday that federal prosecutors added campaign-finance violations in the case against former lawyer Michael Cohen "to embarrass me."
First Lady Melania Trump says the hardest part of being in the White House is dealing with "opportunists."
Sebastian Gorka, President Trump's former deputy assistant, floated fired White House national security adviser Michael Flynn on Wednesday as a possible replacement for outgoing chief of staff John Kelly.
President Trump argued Thursday that he never told Michael Cohen to break the law, just one day after his former lawyer was sentenced to three years in prison for campaign finance violations.
President Trump said Thursday that savings from his new trade deal with Mexico and Canada essentially means that the United States' southern neighbor is paying for the wall.
Mexico's leftist President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said he spoke by telephone Wednesday with U.S. President Donald Trump about migration and job creation.
National Enquirer publisher American Media Inc. has been granted immunity for its role in facilitating a $150,000 hush payment to a Playboy model who alleged during the 2016 election she had an affair with President Trump, federal prosecutors in New York said Wednesday.
The publisher of the National Enquirer admitted Wednesday that the tabloid worked with the Trump campaign to make a hush payment to Playboy model Karen McDougal, as federal prosecutors continued to amass evidence that President Trump may have committed a felony by violating campaign finance laws.
Outgoing U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley revealed Wednesday that she used President Trump's "unpredictable" behavior to get fellow diplomats to work with her.
President Trump warned against efforts to impeach him Tuesday, raising the specter of a popular uprising against a Congress that did that.
President Trump and congressional Democratic leaders ripped off the bandage over their raw, partisan disagreements Tuesday in open bickering that offered a glimpse of the divided government to come in the next two years.
President Trump said Tuesday he would be "proud" to shut the government down unless he gets a massive infusion of cash to build his border wall, and suggested if Congress doesn't concede, he would use the military to erect more fencing anyway.
House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi reportedly took a swipe at President Trump's "manhood" Tuesday following a tense Oval Office meeting discussing the president's border wall with Mexico.
Stormy Daniels has been ordered to pay almost $300,000 to President Trump for filing a dismissed defamation suit against him.
President Trump said Tuesday that people are beating down his door to become the next White House chief of staff, pushing back against news reports that he's having trouble filling the high-pressure post.
North Korea's state media lashed out at mounting U.S. criticism of Pyongyang's human rights record Tuesday, delivering a blistering commentary just hours after the Trump administration leveled sanctions against three top North Korean officials for their involvement in abuses.
President Trump said Tuesday that he'd use the military to build the border wall to circumvent Democratic opposition.
He's the last man standing among the band of retired military officers President Trump once called "my generals," but Defense Secretary James N. Mattis just scored arguably the biggest win of his tenure, staving off a steep budget cut and highlighting the political muscle he still wields inside the administration.
Democratic congressional leaders are loath to acknowledge it, but President Trump has them cornered with his threat to terminate NAFTA if his new trade deal with Mexico and Canada isn't approved.
Conservative Rep. Mark Meadows of North Carolina became the first person to express interest publicly in the White House chief of staff job Monday, saying he would be honored if President Trump chose him to replace the departing John F. Kelly.
President Trump is reversing course on proposed cuts to future military budgets, instead preparing to ask Congress for a substantial increase in the Pentagon's coffers for the upcoming fiscal year.
Former FBI Director James B. Comey said Sunday that President Trump is "close" to being considered an unindicted co-conspirator to Michael Cohen's campaign finance violations.
President Trump accused Democrats on Monday of shifting goal posts away from collusion allegations after new court documents tied him to campaign finance violations, which he continued to blame on his former personal lawyer Michael Cohen.
The current chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has 10 months left on his term, but President Trump over the weekend laid out an early succession plan and said he'll tap Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley as the Pentagon's next top officer.
For most presidents, a government shutdown is a noun, an event and a signal of failure — something lawmakers fall into out of malfeasance. For President Trump, it's a verb, a tactic, something to order up if he doesn't get his way.
The likely chairman of the House Judiciary Committee said Sunday that it would be an impeachable offense if President Trump is found to be complicit in a felony.
The last time William P. Barr faced the Senate for confirmation to be attorney general in 1991 he was so noncontroversial that he was approved on a voice vote, with no less than then-Sens. Joseph R. Biden and Edward M. Kennedy backing him.
Everywhere President Trump looks, there are Democrats targeting him, from New York to Washington to Maryland, in the positions of lawmakers, prosecutors, state attorneys general, opposition researchers, bureaucrats and activist defense lawyers.
Sen. Marco Rubio on Sunday said it would be a huge mistake for President Trump to pardon Paul Manafort, Mr. Trump's former campaign chairman who has pleaded guilty to financial crimes and has been accused of violating a recent plea deal by lying to the FBI.
Sen. Angus King said on Sunday that President Trump's actions have not yet risen to the level of impeachment.
Rep. Jerrold Nadler on Sunday said it would be an impeachable offense if it's proven that President Trump directed former lawyer Michael Cohen to commit felonies.
President Trump on Sunday accused former FBI Director James Comey of lying to Congress during Mr. Comey's closed-door appearance with lawmakers on Friday.
Court filing raises question of Trump prosecution: 'There is a plausible case against the president'
For the first time, prosecutors have tied President Donald Trump to a federal crime, accusing him of directing illegal hush-money payments to women during his presidential campaign in 2016.
President Trump suggested Saturday dissolving the "ridiculous" Paris climate agreement after another weekend of rioting in France, chaos sparked by the Macron government's attempt to reduce emissions by hiking fuel taxes.
President Trump was close to naming a new White House chief of staff Sunday to replace the departing John F. Kelly, as the president braces for the culmination of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe, a new Democratic House majority and the 2020 re-election campaign.
President Trump and one of his top lawyers said Saturday that special prosecutor Robert Mueller's court filings still haven't tied the president to any collusion with Russia.
Seven in ten Republicans surveyed said they consider special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into the 2016 election to be a "witch hunt," but most would rather see him finish the probe than fired, a poll revealed Friday.
Lawyers representing President Trump's election campaign, son-in-law and two former advisers filed documents in federal court Friday seeking dismissal from a lawsuit brought on behalf of the Democratic National Committee over the theft and disclosure of internal DNC emails during the 2016 race.
President Trump seemed to undercut the price of his own border wall Friday, saying it could be built for as little as $15 billion -- far less than the $25 billion figure his administration has submitted to Congress.
President Trump called his former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson "dumb as a rock" Friday after the ousted cabinet member made unflattering comments at a charity event.
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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."
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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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