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President Trump on Thursday hailed the success of improved U.S. relations with North Korea, and a new poll showed that a majority of Americans agree with him.
President Trump said Thursday that the denuclearization agreement with North Korea is quickly advancing following the Singapore summit, adding that he thinks they are on the verge of a "successful" peace deal.
A majority of voters blame the parents of the separated children at the southwestern border for the current immigration crisis, not the federal government says a new poll.
First lady Melania Trump made a surprise visit Thursday to a shelter for illegal immigrant children in Texas amid the furor over President Trump's rescinded family separation policy, expressing her desire to see the children reunited with their parents "as quickly as possible."
President Trump on Thursday reaffirmed the need for a legislative fix to the immigration problem, saying that the U.S. "shouldn't be hiring more judges" and that immigrants shouldn't use asylum as "their password" to get into the country.
President Trump and newly installed Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte seem to have forged an unexpected bond over two of the world's prickliest geopolitical questions: the treatment of migrants and the global role Russia should play.
President Trump slammed the media Wednesday night for ignoring American families "permanently separated" from their loved ones in crimes committed by illegal immigrants, on the same day he reversed a much-criticized policy that separated illegal immigrant children from their parents.
It was another case of President Trump taking action because of disturbing images of children on TV. Mr. Trump signed a hastily drawn-up executive order Wednesday to stop border authorities from separating illegal immigrant children from their parents, less than 24 hours after he defended his administration's policy of splitting up families.
Three of the five FBI employees dinged for anti-Trump bias in the inspector general's report ended up on the special counsel's investigation into Donald Trump's presidential campaign, raising still more questions about the team Robert Mueller assembled.
President Trump's new immigration policy now depends on either the courts or Congress overturning a 2015 ruling that the administration says forced family separations.
Senators of both parties blasted Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross over President Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs Wednesday, saying the levies are harming the U.S. economy while doing nothing to stop China's unfair trade practices.
Senators voted Wednesday to block President Trump's $15.4 billion spending cuts package, with lawmakers saying it trimmed the budget too much.
President Trump said Wednesday that he was cancelling the annual congressional picnic scheduled for this week, saying he didn't think it was appropriate to have a picnic with so much crucial work.
President Trump signed an order Wednesday ending the separation of families at the border, moving to end a crisis that engulfed his administration and threatened to derail his hopes of progress on broader immigration reforms.
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is drafting an executive action for President Trump that would direct DHS to keep families apprehended at the border together during detention.
President Donald Trump continued to level blame on Democrats Wednesday morning for the immigration crisis as criticism continues to grow over the separation policy.
Republican Pete Stauber is campaigning off President Trump's visit to Minnesota's 8th Congressional District on Wednesday, and the campaign said the president remains as popular as ever.
China expressed its strongest support so far Tuesday for the denuclearization deal between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, although concerns are mounting that Mr. Trump's aggressive tariffs on Chinese goods could lead Beijing to be less cooperative in the U.S.-led push to get Pyongyang to give up its nuclear weapons arsenal.
Republicans thought they'd found a solution Tuesday to the separation of illegal immigrant families on the border, announcing plans to let the families stay together in Homeland Security detention facilities while they await deportation. But Democrats quickly shot down any thought of signing on, saying they're in no rush to help Mr. Trump clean up the mess they say he's made.
President Trump blessed House Republicans' compromise immigration bill "1,000 percent" Tuesday, giving political cover to conservatives looking to back the bill and creating momentum ahead of a showdown vote expected this week.
A woman, reportedly a congressional intern, yelled an expletive at President Trump as he walked through the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday evening.
The White House announced the resignation Tuesday of deputy chief of staff Joe Hagin, who coordinated the logistics of President Trump's historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un just a week ago.
Anti-Trump FBI agent Peter Strzok was escorted out of the bureau's headquarters Friday, one day after an explosive report by the Justice Department inspector said his behavior had hurt the venerable law agency's reputation for fairness.
President Trump acknowledged Tuesday that even he surrenders sometimes to political correctness.
Donald Trump Jr. has canceled his participation in an upcoming fundraiser for Texas land commissioner George P. Bush because of recent criticism by Mr. Bush's father, Jeb, concerning President Trump's immigration policies, multiple news outlets reported Tuesday.
President Trump said Tuesday that he's compelled to 'take the children away' from parents at the border in order to follow through on prosecuting illegal border jumpers, and blamed reporters for being complicit with human smugglers carrying the children to the border.
Retaliation will be severe to President Trump's announcement Monday that Chinese imports could soon face $200 billion in new tariffs, China's official media has warned.
President Trump said Tuesday that China's economic exploitation of the U.S. left him with "no choice" but to hit Beijing with tariffs, while the Chinese government warned that it will retaliate for Mr. Trump's "irrational" move, and stock markets plummeted on fresh fears of a trade war.
President Trump continued Monday's line of defense on Tuesday, reaffirming the need for his hard-line border policies and accused Democrats of wanting illegal immigration to boost their voter count.
The Trump administration finalized plans Tuesday to let small companies and the self-employed band together and buy health insurance outside of Obamacare's strict rules, moving to offer coverage to people priced out of the market by the 2010 health care law.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un began a two-day visit Tuesday to Beijing for talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping, according to reports from China's state-run media.
Hawaii Sen. Mazie Hirono slammed key members of the Trump administration over the family separation policy on the U.S.-Mexico border Tuesday and specifically called for two to resign.
President Trump escalated his trade feud with China on Monday night, threatening to impose tariffs of 10 percent on another $200 billion worth of Chinese goods in retaliation for previous tariffs and Beijing's intellectual-property practices.
Congressional Republicans beat a full-scale retreat Monday from the administration's zero-tolerance border policy, joining Democrats to demand that President Trump stop jailing parents and find ways to keep families together while trying to stop a new surge of illegal immigration.
Republicans eyeing a run against President Trump in 2020 have eagerly joined the uproar over the treatment of illegal immigrant children at the border.
A top South Korean diplomat pushed back Monday against critics of the summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, asserting that the top-down approach is unprecedented and those asking "where's the beef" should realize that the joint statement in Singapore is just "the bone on which flesh should be added."
Eight months ago, President Trump established the National Space Council, pledging to bolster the nation's role in space exploration and security. The president has made good on his pledge, ordering the Pentagon to create a an indpendent "Space Force" as a sixth branch of the military.
President Trump on Monday directed the Pentagon to launch the process for creating a "Space Force" that would extend U.S. military might into the final frontier.
Fired FBI Director James B. Comey refused to appear before Congress on Monday to talk about his handling of the Clinton email investigation, and his fired deputy, Andrew McCabe, asserted his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination, Sen. Charles E. Grassley said.
President Trump challenged Democrats to "come to the table" to fix the country's immigration system, saying Monday that the current battle is over whether the U.S. should have borders.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will "soon" meet with North Korean officials to take the next step in a denuclearization deal, a top South Korea official said Monday.
Press coverage and partisan narratives have routinely downplayed the significance and productive outcome of President Trump's unprecedented meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The American people, however, appear to have a different impression of the event.
Civil liberties lawyer Alan Dershowitz on Monday joined those calling for President Trump to end the immigration policy of separating children from their parents.
President Trump responded Monday to the growing backlash over his administration's immigration policy of separating parents from children at the U.S.-Mexico border, emphasizing the need for a legislative fix and blaming Democrats for being "weak and ineffective" on security.
Republican leaders have invited President Trump to visit Capitol Hill this week to try to repair the damage he did when he said he wouldn't sign the immigration compromise that House Republicans had spent months writing.
Mere hours after the Trump administration announced new tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods, Beijing hit back, escalating the trade dispute between the world's two largest economies even as the U.S. continues to seek Chinese support in keeping pressure on North Korea.
FBI agent Peter Strzok put the Trump-Russia investigation on a fast track during the 2016 election season at the same time he was sending text messages to his lover condemning the Republican presidential candidate as an "idiot" and vowing to "stop" him.
Rep. Devin Nunes, chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, said Sunday there will "be hell to pay" if the Justice Department doesn't comply with outstanding requests this week for information related to the Russian investigation.
President Trump, father of five and grandfather to nine, has issued a proclamation recognizing Father's Day.
President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani said Sunday the president likely didn't know of Trump campaign associate Roger Stone's meeting with a Russian national ahead of the 2016 election. Mr. Stone reportedly met with a Russian national who offered dirt on Hillary Clinton in May 2016 in exchange for $2 million dollars.
President Trump said Sunday that it was his idea to agree to halt "war games" with South Korea during his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un because they're expensive, as he slammed the media and Democrats for criticizing his negotiation.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says it's "premature" to tout President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize in pursuing a peace deal with North Korea.
President Trump defended Paul Manafort, his former campaign chairman, on Friday after news broke that Mr. Manafort's bail was revoked.
A company run by former officials at Cambridge Analytica, the political consulting firm brought down by a scandal over how it obtained Facebook users' private data, has quietly been working for President Donald Trump's 2020 re-election effort, The Associated Press has learned.
President Trump said Friday that maybe his disgraced former national security adviser didn't lie after all about his conversations with a Russian diplomat in 2016, contradicting his own past comments about retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn and casting doubt on the guilty plea he entered last December.
A federal judge revoked Paul Manafort's bail Friday and ordered him to remain locked up until his trial later this year, punishing him for allegations that he tried to tamper with witnesses.
Sen. Lindsey Graham stood by President Donald Trump on Friday after media criticized the president's comments on former President Barack Obama and Crimea.
Kevin Hart isn't losing any sleep over Kathy Griffin's criticism this week for not bashing President Trump, a source close to the stand-up comic told Fox News.
President Trump's administration accused the North Korean government on Thursday of being behind another strain of malicious software, naming and shaming Kim Jong-un's regime as tensions between nations appear to reach an all-time low following Tuesday's historic summit in Singapore.
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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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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.
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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.
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