Justice Department lawyers asked a federal appeals court Friday to replace President Donald Trump with the United States as the defendant in a defamation lawsuit brought by a woman who says he raped her in the 1990s.
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President Trump served up a brief summary on Thursday of his achievements in stopping U.S. involvement in "endless" wars, days before he is to leave office.
President Trump and his supporters were likened to dictators, despots, terrorists, and genocidal maniacs this week by dueling cable news competitors and elected officials.
With President Trump's fate at stake, dozens of House members on Wednesday cast their votes by proxy, under special coronavirus rules allowing them to offer their input through the use of a designated voter. And in doing so, they may have given Mr. Trump a legal angle to challenge the move.
President Trump called on Americans on Wednesday night not to engage in political violence, while he criticized Big Tech for "dangerous" censorship following the riot at the U.S. Capitol.
President Trump watched his second impeachment Wednesday from the White House in seclusion, blacklisted by social media and reduced to issuing a formal statement and a video address telling his backers not to engage in violent protest.
President Trump potentially faces a torrent of criminal charges when he leaves office, including charges linked to the deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, making prosecutors worry that he is a flight risk.
President Donald Trump was in the Oval Office as the House of Representatives voted to impeach him.
Ten House Republicans voted with Democrats on Wednesday to impeach President Trump for inciting insurrection at the U.S. Capitol last week.
With last week's attack on Congress ringing as a battle cry, the House voted Tuesday to impeach President Trump for the second time in his four-year tenure, accusing him of inciting insurrection.
One of President Trump's most faithful fans has withdrawn support for Mr. Trump -- and is calling for him to resign -- in a painting that he had once sued to have displayed in the Smithsonian Institution's National Portrait Gallery.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Wednesday that the city is cutting its business ties with the Trump Organization, following through on the threat to respond to last week's insurrection at the U.S. Capitol by Trump supporters.
YouTube banned President Trump's video posts for the remainder of his presidency, effectively completing the Big Tech blockade of social media.
The House voted late Tuesday to approve a resolution begging Vice President Mike Pence to trigger the 25th Amendment and sideline President Trump, a largely symbolic spanking that was a prelude to a bigger fight over impeachment.
Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday blasted Democrats' demand that he trigger the 25th Amendment to oust President Trump with little more than a week to go in office, saying it was a distraction from critical issues the country must face.
President Trump proclaimed his border wall "completed" Tuesday as he traveled to Texas to declare victory on a signature campaign promise, even if it had been scaled back and Mexico hadn't paid for any of it.
President Trump offered condolences on Tuesday on the death of casino magnate and philanthropist Sheldon Adelson, a major political donor to the campaigns of the president and other Republicans.
President Trump's bankers are walking away from him after the riot at the Capitol, deepening the uncertainty about the future of his business empire as he prepares to leave office next week.
President Donald Trump is issuing an emergency declaration for the nation's capital amid growing concern among local and federal authorities about violence in the leadup to and during President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Jan. 20.
President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence met on Monday night for the first time since the riot at the U.S. Capitol last week and pledged to stay in office until the end of their term on Jan. 20.
President Trump will visit the Texas border on Tuesday in one of his last official acts to make sure Americans remember The Wall.
Big Tech's censorship of President Trump and other conservatives since last week's storming of the U.S. Capitol provoked backlash Monday, with their stocks falling and rebukes from political figures around the world.
President Trump is the most "masculine" person to ever hold the office, a spokesman for Mr. Trump's campaign said Monday.
The State Department is investigating what appears to be a "prank" after its website suggested President Donald Trump's term would end Monday evening.
A slim majority of voters want to see President Trump kicked out of office early, according to a new poll released Monday.
President Trump awarded the Medal of Freedom on Monday to Republican Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio as he continues to honor his staunchest political allies.
First lady Melania Trump said Monday she is "disappointed and disheartened" by the deadly assault on the U.S. Capitol, and complained of "unwarranted personal attacks, and false misleading accusations on me" related to the attack.
Big Tech's battle with President Trump has become an all-out war on conservatives' free speech, Republican critics said Sunday after social media banished the president and his supporters from the Internet platforms.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said last week that she spoke to Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, about preventing President Trump from using nuclear launch codes if necessary.
With his father muzzled by social media, Donald Trump Jr. said Saturday that Big Tech's ban of President Trump is "sick and sad," and he urged followers to sign up for his web site in anticipation that he will also be banned from the platforms.
The American Civil Liberties Union on Friday is raising concerns about social media platforms banning users, in the aftermath of Twitter's decision to permanently suspend President Trump.
The country is almost perfectly divided over the question of whether President Trump should be forced from office immediately, according to a new poll released Friday evening, in the wake of this week's attack on the Capitol.
President Trump struggled to communicate with his followers on social media Friday night after Twitter banned him, telling supporters on an alternate account that he was exploring other sites or even building his own platform to evade a censorship conspiracy by Big Tech and leftist radicals.
Twitter permanently banned President Trump, @realDonaldTrump, the company said on Friday evening.
Rep. Maxine Waters, California Democrat, said Friday that President Trump "has got to be stopped dead in his tracks," either by impeachment or having him stripped of the powers of his office via the 25th Amendment to the Constitution.
A top adviser to President Trump on Friday called Democrats "jackals" for moving forward with another impeachment effort.
President Trump's attempt to give local governments a veto over having refugees resettled in their communities was rejected by a federal appeals court Friday, with the judges upholding a lower court that found the policy likely illegal.
President Trump, under siege for his conduct as the end of his presidency nears, said Friday that his followers will be a political force for years to come.
Retired police officer Paul Beakman Jr. enthusiastically voted for President Trump in November after being moved to tears by the outpouring of respect and support he felt for law enforcement at a Trump rally in Pennsylvania this summer.
President Trump is out of time. Congress' certification of an Electoral College win for President-elect Joseph R. Biden early Thursday left the president with nowhere else to turn to challenge the results of November's balloting, even if he had a desire to do so after Wednesday's violence at the Capitol.
Democrats and even a smattering of Republicans eyed options Thursday to immediately oust President Trump from office, but they faced the more likely prospect that they will have to live with him through the Jan. 20 change of power.
In his first comments on Congress certifying the victory of President-elect Joseph R. Biden, Mr. Trump said serving as president "has been the honor of my lifetime."
President Trump said Thursday night that he is "outraged" by his supporters' attack on the U.S. Capitol and called for "healing and reconciliation," moving to stave off an avalanche of condemnation for his role in the attack.
President Trump abruptly canceled plans to travel to Camp David on Thursday, instead opting to hunker down at the White House amid a growing backlash over the protest violence in Washington a day earlier.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama on Thursday urged tech companies to permanently ban President Trump.
Sen. Charles E. Schumer, the top Democrat in the Senate, on Thursday became the highest-ranking official to call for President Trump to be immediately ousted from office after Wednesday's attack on the Capitol.
President Trump's first official event after Wednesday's debacle in Washington will be to award the Medal of Freedom to famed golfers Annika Sorenstam and Gary Player.
Twitter and Facebook walled off President Trump's social media accounts Thursday in a dramatic escalation of the years-long feud between Big Tech and the president.
Iranian leaders said Thursday that President Trump has done irreparable harm to the U.S. and that the storming of the Capitol by pro-Trump rioters a day earlier represented the "annihilation of Western democracy."
Republican Party officials from across the country are not blaming President Trump for the party's defeats in Georgia's runoffs but instead are rallying to make election security its top priority in the next cycle.
Facebook on Wednesday evening said it has temporarily blocked President Trump from posting on their platform.
The chief of staff for first lady Melania Trump resigned Wednesday, reportedly over the protests at the U.S. Capitol.
President Trump took to Twitter in the early hours of Wednesday to plead with his vice president to help overturn the Electoral College count. Thirteen hours later, after Vice President Mike Pence signaled he wouldn't be part of a usurpation, Mr. Trump tweeted that Mr. Pence "didn't have the courage."
Twitter on Wednesday evening suspended President Trump's account, @realDonaldTrump, and threatened to permanently ban him from their platform.
President Trump said the violence at the U.S. Capitol Wednesday is the type of event that happens when an election is "stripped away," adding the protesters should go home peacefully.
President Trump supporters went wild on Wednesday when he offered a succinct reason for his late-night turn of fortune during the 2020 election: "Explosions of bulls--."
President Trump told tens of thousands of supporters Wednesday that he'll "never concede" the election to President-elect Joseph R. Biden and called on Vice President Mike Pence to send the Electoral College results back to states for re-certification.
President Trump urged Vice President Mike Pence to show "extreme courage" on Wednesday to send back states' electoral votes for a recount when Congress begins to receive the Electoral College totals.
President Trump said Tuesday night that he and Vice President Mike Pence are "in total agreement" that Mr. Pence can decertify states' electoral votes in the final counting that will begin in Congress on Wednesday.
President Trump ordered the banning of eight Chinese software applications Tuesday over concerns Beijing is using the apps to spy on Americans and steal massive amounts of data to support its communist system.
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