President Donald Trump on Tuesday issued a warning shot after Republican Sen. John McCain questioned "half-baked, spurious nationalism" in America's foreign policy.
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President Trump said Tuesday that Rep. Tom Marino withdrew his name from consideration as the new drug czar.
Sen. Tom Cotton said that those who do not support President Trump's message need to resign.
President Trump endorsed an intraparty revolt Monday aimed at ousting Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, but hours later stood beside the Kentucky Republican in the Rose Garden and said their relationship was "outstanding."
Democrats are attacking President Trump for "dismantling" President Obama's legacy on everything from Obamacare subsidies to immigration amnesty, but nobody knew better than Mr. Obama how vulnerable his go-it-alone agenda would be if Mr. Trump won the election.
President Trump has replaced the carefully placed story with the Washington press corps with tweets to his more than 40 million followers at a time when less than a third of Americans trust the news media, according to polls.
President Trump on Monday seemed to be pushing back a year-end deadline for the GOP to get tax reform done, saying there's still "a long way to go" and that it took President Ronald Reagan "years" to accomplish his overhaul of the tax code.
President Trump said Monday that he had personally penned letters to the family members of four American special forces soldiers killed in Niger, but he came under intense criticism for the nearly two-week delay.
A federal judge who'd ruled President Trump's previous travel ban illegal seemed more sympathetic to the latest version in a hearing Monday, casting doubt on whether the president's opponents can continue to use his campaign rhetoric about Muslims to besmirch everything he does at this point.
President Trump scoffed Monday at Hillary Clinton's defense of NFL players kneeling for the national anthem, saying that kind of thinking is what cost her the presidential election.
President Trump on Monday blamed a mental malfunction with causing the Las Vegas shooter to carry out the most deadly mass shooting in U.S. history.
President Trump said Monday that he's eyeing another major government reform -- this time tackling welfare.
Sen. Susan Collins on Monday urged fellow Sen. Bob Corker and President Trump to end their public feud and focus on the issues.
President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell are set for an interesting meeting at the White House on Monday.
President Trump's decision to pull back from the nuclear deal with Iran is a clear insult to U.S. allies who helped broker the Obama-era pact, a top Iranian official said Sunday, predicting the administration's efforts to decertify the deal will result in chaos and confusion for American interests in the region.
The U.S. plans to remain in the nuclear deal with Iran but will push to make sure Tehran lives up to its end of the bargain, administration officials said Sunday, as President Trump asks Congress for help in beefing up an international pact he once derided as "the worst deal ever."
Democrats on Sunday downplayed talk of forcing a government shutdown after President Trump launched a twin assault on Obamacare, saying they will continue their uphill push to negotiate fixes to the law after the administration halted critical "cost-sharing payments" to insurers and ordered agencies to explore the sale of cheaper plans across state lines.
Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson on Sunday downplayed a Republican senator's claim that President Trump has "castrated" him on the world stage.
Reince Priebus, President Trump's former chief of staff, was interviewed Friday by members of special counsel Robert Mueller's team of investigators as part of the Justice Department's sprawling probe centered around last year's election, according to his attorney.
President Trump said Friday he's decertifying the Iranian nuclear deal forged under the Obama administration, but stopped short of ending the international agreement, instead giving Congress 60 days to take a tougher approach toward Tehran's lawless behavior.
President Trump will announce Friday afternoon a new strategy toward Iran, decertifying Iran's compliance in the nuclear agreement but stopping short of ending the deal, instead giving Congress 60 days to decide on a new course.
Rep. Jim Jordan said Friday that President Trump's decision to stop cost-sharing payments is in line with what Republicans promised they would do in the health care debate.
Missouri State Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal posted a meme on Twitter Thursday depicting President Trump to Adolf Hilter.
President Trump will take a leap into the diplomatic unknown Friday if -- as expected -- he strikes a blow at the 2015 deal that the Obama administration and other global powers reached with Iran to curb its nuclear activities.
Amid reports that President Trump is increasingly frustrated and angry in his job performance, the White House called in the Marines on Thursday in the form of chief of staff John F. Kelly, who chided the media for exaggerating dissension in the West Wing and said he's not quitting his new post.
President Trump praised Pakistan Thursday for helping to gain the release of an American woman and her family held captive by an Islamist terrorist group, saying it's a sign of growing respect for the U.S. under his leadership.
President Trump's recent comments about potentially revoking broadcasting licenses from network news outlets critical of his administration has prompted a member of his own party to question the commander-in-chief's commitment to upholding the constitutionally protected right to free speech.
President Trump, frustrated by the Senate's failure to repeal Obamacare, took his first unilateral steps to tweak the struggling heath care system Thursday by signing an executive order that clears the way for giving consumers more insurance alternatives.
President Trump tweeted Thursday that emergency services cannot remain in Puerto Rico indefinitely.
President Trump said Wednesday the North Korea situation "should've been handled 25 years ago."
The Republican chairman of the House intelligence committee has subpoenaed the head of the Washington firm that commissioned the sensational anti-Trump campaign research dossier — adding fresh intensity to the behind-the-scenes scramble among lawmakers to grasp how the infamous document fits into the Russian election meddling investigation.
President Trump promised an audience packed with truckers Wednesday that tax cuts will create jobs and raise wages, moving to blunt the chief criticism that Republicans' proposed tax reforms would be a giveaway to the wealthy at the expense of the middle class.
President Trump said Wednesday he'll nominate Kirstjen Nielsen, a longtime Bush administration official and now top aide to White House chief of staff John F. Kelly, to be the new head of Homeland Security.
North Korea's nuclear weapons development is spooking most Americans, and two-thirds of them say President Donald Trump's war of words with the isolated nation's leader is making the situation worse. Less than 1 in 10 thinks Trump's comments are making it better.
President Trump rejected a report Wednesday that he wants a ten-fold increase in the U.S. nuclear arsenal, saying instead he wants to upgrade and modernize the current weapons stockpile.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday scrapped one of the legal challenges to President Trump's travel ban, saying the new policy the White House announced late last month supersedes the older policy.
President Trump's coalition in Pennsylvania that has begun to fray at the edges. His core supporters remain enthusiastic, but his base is shrinking and eroding his political capital in a state he narrowly won.
President Trump escalated his battle with pro football players protesting the national anthem by urging the government Tuesday to end use of tax-exempt municipal bonds used to build or renovate National Football League stadiums.
President Trump was jesting when he suggested he's smarter than Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson, his spokeswoman said Tuesday.
Wisdom was an elusive quality in the Oval Office on Tuesday as President Trump questioned the brains of his secretary of state and the Senate's top Republican on foreign policy, while allies questioned his wisdom in picking those fights.
One of the public watchdog groups pursuing President Trump laid out a case Tuesday that he "likely" obstructed justice by trying to woo, then subsequently firing, former FBI Director James B. Comey.
Even as President Donald Trump's advisers encourage him to accept the realities of special counsel Robert Mueller's probe, longtime friends and allies are pushing Trump to fight back, citing concerns that his lawyers are naive to the existential threat facing the president.
President Trump suggested he and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson compare IQ tests in an interview out Tuesday.
Sen. Tim Kaine said Tuesday that Sen. Bob Corker is not alone in questioning President Trump's fitness for office, even on the Republican side.
President Donald Trump is suggesting the U.S. change its tax laws to punish organizations like the NFL if members are "disrespecting" the national anthem or flag.
President Trump said Tuesday that he will act on health care with or without Congress.
Administrations come and go, but wasting taxpayer money on costly government travel remains a constant in Washington.
The White House is struggling to get Republicans to sign up to President Trump's 70-point immigration crackdown plan, with key lawmakers saying that while they appreciate his input, they will take over from here.
The stock market has rallied and roared since Americans for the first time sent a billionaire businessman to the White House, with the Dow Jones industrial average setting 62 record-high closings since the Nov. 8 presidential election.
Sen. Bob Corker accused President Trump of treating the presidency like "a reality show" and said his actions could put the U.S. "on the path to World War III," according to an interview in Sunday's New York Times.
President Trump tweeted Monday that Vice President Mike Pence was praised for leaving Sunday's football game during a protest by NFL players.
EXCLUSIVE: Determined to finally solve illegal immigration, the White House submitted a 70-point enforcement plan to Congress Sunday proposing the stiffest reforms ever offered by an administration -- including a massive rewrite of the law in order to eliminate loopholes illegal immigrants have exploited to gain a foothold in the U.S.
It took just minutes for the first lawsuit to be announced last week after the Trump administration said it was rolling back Obamacare's contraceptive coverage mandate, creating an exemption for faith-based organizations that said paying for employees' birth control violated their faiths.
The last thing the NFL needed as it struggles with declining ratings, falling ticket prices and fan outrage was a major take-a-knee dust-up Sunday involving Vice President Mike Pence, but that's what the league got.
President Trump launched a Twitter attack against retiring Sen. Bob Corker, saying he "didn't have the guts" to seek re-election. The Tennessee Republican quickly fired back, calling the White House "an adult day care center."
President Trump renewed his push Friday for the Senate to end the filibuster rule, calling it "a death sentence" for Republicans.
President Trump has accused Iran of not living up to the "spirit" of its nuclear deal, amid reports that he plans to withdraw certification of the agreement reached in 2015 under President Barack Obama.
President Donald Trump delivered a foreboding message Thursday night, telling reporters as he posed for photos with his senior military leaders that this might be "the calm before the storm."
President Trump urged voters Thursday to throw their support behind Republican Ed Gillespie in the gubernatorial race in Virginia and cast his opponent as weak on immigration.
President Trump told senior military leaders Thursday night that he wants them to give him military options "at a much faster pace" when national-security emergencies erupt around the world.
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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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