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Crossroads Media founder Mike Dubke is reportedly taking on the job.
In what is becoming a common Team Trump tactic, the nominee for ambassador to Israel says obnoxious remarks during the campaign should not matter now.
He confirmed his attendance late to a G20 session, so he’s staying at a health clinic miles from his counterparts.
The administration hopes a revised travel ban can cure its legal problems. But Trump’s expressed desire to discriminate against Muslims won’t go away.
Yesterday’s press conference proves Trump overestimates his competence as commander-in-chief.
In this week’s diary on life in Trump’s America: What if Donald Trump isn’t being blackmailed by Vladimir Putin? Plus: Stephen Miller, with sympathy.
Everyone else ordered from the menu, but the president said, “Chris, you and I are going to have the meatloaf.”
His faulty memory and misinterpretation of the word “sanctions” could save him from felony charges.
Ana Navarro doesn’t seem upset about getting “under President Daddy-in-Law’s skin.”
A friend of retired Vice Admiral Robert Harward said he called the offer “a sht sandwich.”
During a crowded worship service.
Highlights from the president’s 77-minute tirade about how dishonest the media is — and how racist he isn’t.
He’s “the least racist person” you’ve ever seen.
Shermichael Singleton was preparing for confirmation by Ben Carson, whose campaign he had previously worked on.
In a remarkable 80-minute presser, Trump did not try to reach people with a message via the media; the message itself was to mistrust the media.
One official told CNN that “you never want to have a barrier in place that will obstruct your vision.”
With no time to spare and no margin for error, the new OMB director must somehow give Congress guidance after resolving his differences with Trump.
Last month in Russia, Trump received more media attention than Putin.
The president then asked a black reporter if she were friends with the black caucus – and denied the existence of recent anti-Jewish hate crimes.
The first hearings for Scalia’s seat --- now vacant for more than a year --- will begin March 20.