Emmy-winning TV director and producer Christopher Misiano has sold his home in historic Los Feliz for $4.3 million, or $100,000 over the asking price. Designed by Arthur R. Kelly, the residence was once owned by Earle C. Anthony, the early business pioneer who founded KFI-TV and what would later...
Authored by Wayne Madsen via The Strategic Culture Foundation, While vaudevillian comedy-like shouting matches broke out in the West Wing of the White House between President Donald Trump and his senior advisers and between the White...Show More Summary
While President Trump might have had a rough couple of weeks in office, professional impersonator Anthony Atamanuik was on hand at Vulture Festival to explain what’s been going on for the last four months in American politics. After disclosing several “state secrets” (there’s definitely aliens among us) with New York ... More »
For the second time in a week President Trump and his White House are in full crisis mode. The bombshell revelation that Trump revealed classified information to Russian diplomats in the Oval Office last week has the West Wing struggling to do damage control. The underlying information came from a foreign ally—officials strongly suggested Israel—and…
"Do not ask me about how this looks, we all know how this looks,” said one senior aide, after reports that Trump gave highly classified information to Russian officials.
Politico says there's a "seemingly endless Game of Thrones " taking place inside the West Wing, with aides vying to get information furthering their own agenda in front of President Trump—even if that is an internet hoax, from an iffy source, or "fake news," per a handful of White House...
Donald Trump is reportedly considering a team reshuffle that could result in a number of key players facing the axe. According to White House sources, the president may have a “huge reboot” of his team that could affect everyone from Press Secretary… Read The post Trump Mulls West Wing Shake-Up of Key Staff Members appeared first on Towleroad.
It is not yet clear if the president intends to lower the axe or if he is merely attempting to improve the performance of key players on his team.
West Wing intrigue continues. The post Was Steve Bannon the Last to Know About Comey’s Firing? appeared first on RedState.
The New York Times reports: Mr. Trump is growing increasingly dissatisfied with the performance of his chief of staff, Reince Priebus; the communications director, Michael Dubke; and Mr. Spicer, a Priebus ally, according to a half-dozen...Show More Summary
After this week's SNAFU of conflicting reports of the timeline surrounding Comey's dismissal, The New York Times reports 'anonymous' West Wing officials have stated that President Trump is considering the most far-reaching shake-up of...Show More Summary
Donald Trump is curdling my brain. Now he’s saying we shouldn’t necessarily expect everything his spokespeople tell us to be true, whether at the podium in the West Wing or in the darkness among bushes outside the White House.
The White House has refused to confirm or deny whether someone in the West Wing is in possession of a recording of a dinner between President Donald Trump and former FBI Director James Comey that Mr Trump has implied could challenge Mr Comey’s description of that evening.
Politico tells us that many in the West Wing had no idea that James Comey was going to be fired: The news... startled all but the uppermost ring of White House advisers, who said grumbling about Comey hadn't dominated their own morning senior staff meetings. Show More Summary
The Post’s reporting on President Trump’s decision to fire James Comey contains this nugget: Within the West Wing, there was little apparent dissent over the president’s decision to fire Comey, according to the accounts of several White House officials. [Donald] McGahn, the White House counsel, and [Reince] Priebus, the chief of staff, walked Trump through how […]
According to one of the president's West Wing confidants, the problem isn't with Comey's dismissal, but rather, with us asking about the timing of the dismissal
CULTURE OF CORRUPTION: Study documents how profitable access to Obama’s White House was. On April 12, 2017, former Boeing CEO Jim McNerney sat down in the West Wing with President Trump. Trump had, on the campaign trail, advocated abolishing the Export-Import Bank, a federal agency that typically subsidizes $10 billion a year in Boeing exports. […]
There is another big profile of Ivanka Trump in the New York Times today, "Ivanka Trump's West Wing Agenda." I'm not going to link to it; it's easy enough to find if you're so inclined. I want to highlight this passage, because it so...Show More Summary
The first daughter has the president’s trust and a widening portfolio. So what will she do with it?
More than a decade ago, actress Allison Janney played White House press secretary C.J. Cregg on the NBC drama The West Wing. So it's not shocking that Samantha Bee borrowed that character for the opening skit of her "Not the Correspondents' Dinner" special on TBS on Saturday night. Show More Summary