Republican lawmakers are telling President Trump to lay off of Jeff Sessions amid Trump's repeated criticism of his own attorney general. Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina were among those voices rallying around...Show More Summary
On The Five, Juan Williams butted heads with his co-hosts over the ongoing feud between President Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
The ailing senator gave a stirring address, but after doing the president's bidding.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — No knot-tying demonstrations. No wood-carving advice. President Donald Trump went straight to starting a fire in a speech at a national Boy Scout gathering.
President Trump is promising a steel renaissance in Youngstown but the city’s entrepreneurs are looking to the future, not the past.
“With the exception of the late, great Abraham Lincoln, I can be more presidential than any president that’s ever held this office.” — President Trump, quoted by Fox News.
“On the day the Senate moved on long-promised health-care legislation, President Trump signaled his next priority: overhauling the tax code to push corporate rates down and give middle-class taxpayers a break, even if it means some of the wealthiest pay [...]
AT&T chief executive Randall Stephenson is hardly the first corporate leader who has also been national president of the Boy Scouts of America. Current Secretary of State and former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson held the role from 2010 to 2012. The CEO of Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream, Rick Cronk, held it in the mid-2000s. But Stephenson is almost certainly the […]
Bruce Logan is exactly the type of voter Donald Trump needed to reach, exactly where the President needs him. A 70-year-old former salesman, Logan had been a registered independent who usually voted for Democratic candidates. Then, along came Trump, a brash businessman who was the anti-politician. The Youngstown resident registered last year as a Republican…
President Donald Trump addressed a room full of supporters on Tuesday night during a rally in Ohio, rejoicing in the fact that he was "far away from the Washington swamp to spend time with thousands of true American patriots." (July 25)
Lawyers for President Donald Trump say he had a First Amendment right to urge his supporters to eject “disruptive protesters” from his campaign rallies, including the “right to use reasonable force” to remove those who are not welcome. The legal claim came in an emergency motion asking a U.S. appeals...
I asked two ppl close to Trump why he is tormenting Sessions instead of firing him. The answer from both, paraphrased: Because he can. — Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) July 25, 2017 President wants to remove his handpicked AG for not handling criminal investigation of him in more politicized manner. Unthinkable pre-Trump https://t.co/0Q9d9gzYEY — Brendan Nyhan […]
When President Donald Trump went on stage in Youngstown, Ohio, for a rally Tuesday night, he also introduced a supporter he called one of the "Democrats that voted for Trump." "[Fox News] had a man on this morning who was a DemocratShow More Summary
The House approved a raft of new sanctions against Russia Tuesday that included explicit restrictions on President Trump’s ability to modify or lift the sanctions without congressional approval. The 419-3-vote in support of financial...Show More Summary
Ivanka Trump has spoken at a fundraiser Tuesday night in Washington for Vice President Mike Pence's political committee. That's according to two people who attended the fundraiser and demanded anonymity … Click to Continue »
WASHINGTON (AP) — Ivanka Trump has spoken at a fundraiser Tuesday night in Washington for Vice President Mike Pence's political committee. That's according to two people who attended the fundraiser and demanded anonymity to share information...Show More Summary
On Tuesday night, Fox News's Tucker Carlson and Brit Hume defended Attorney General Jeff Sessions as President Trump continues his attacks against him.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump issued a veiled threat against Iran on Tuesday, warning Tehran to adhere to the terms of a nuclear deal with world powers or else face "big, big problems."
The Senate Appropriations Committee moved to sustain funding for energy research and development, breaking with the president and House of Representatives -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com