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Trump can hate on SNL all he wants, but he won't stop watching
Bill Carter, a media analyst for CNN, covered the television industry for The New York Times for 25 years, and has written four books on TV, including The Late Shift and The War for Late Night. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his own.
U.S. House Democrats move to block Trump's emergency declaration on border
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives plan to introduce a resolution on Friday to end President Donald Trump’s national emergency declaration on border security, according to aides to Representative Joaquin Castro.
Donald Trump Accuses Jussie Smollett of Making 'Racist' Comments: 'What About MAGA?'
President Donald Trump on Thursday jumped into the drama surrounding Jussie Smollett—an actor accused of paying off people to invent a hate-filled attack against him. Smollett faces a felony disorderly conduct charge, with Chicago police accusing him of concocting an attack in which men wearing red
Ivanka Trump Retweets Praise Of Administration As 'Driver For Science,' Twitter Gags
Ivanka Trump on Thursday retweeted a White House message hailing the administration as a “driver for science” — and Twitter was agog. The initial tweet was posted the White House Office of Science and Technology after it issued a report titled “Science & Technology Highlights in the Second Year of
Trump butters up Barr amid signs of Mueller conclusion
Facing the possible completion of a special counsel investigation that could upend his presidency, Donald Trump is lashing out at everything and everybody — except his new attorney general, Bill Barr.
Former Trump campaign chief Manafort to be sentenced March 8
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, will be sentenced for bank and tax fraud on March 8, according to a court filing posted on Thursday, just days before he is due to be sentenced in a separate case for lobbying violations.
Trump to visit Japan twice in months after North Korea summit
(CNN)Donald Trump will visit Japan twice in the coming months, a US official has told CNN. The US president will pay a formal visit to the close ally in late May, likely to Tokyo, after the country's current crown prince Naruhito becomes Japan's 126th Emperor.
Jim Jordan: Michael Cohen’s testimony a ‘charade’ to begin impeaching Trump
The top Republican on the House Oversight Committee said Michael Cohen’s appearance before the panel next week will be “phase one of the Democrats’ coordinated campaign” to impeach President Donald Trump, accusing Democrats of orchestrating a “charade” meant to embarrass the president.
'Maybe he's overstayed his welcome': Trump confidant speculates on the future of top intel chief
'Maybe he's overstayed his welcome': Trump confidant speculates on the future of top intel chief originally appeared on abcnews.go.com. Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats' job security is on the line, according to one confidant of President Donald Trump.
Pelosi: House moving ‘swiftly’ to block Trump’s emergency declaration
Speaker Nancy Pelosi is throwing her muscle behind a legislative effort to block President Donald Trump’s national emergency declaration, the first formal step to counter Trump and squeeze Republicans on the border wall.
Colbert Hits Trump For Attacking 'SNL,' Ignoring Alleged White Nationalist Terror Plot
Stephen Colbert slammed President Donald Trump for failing to condemn Christopher Hasson, the Coast Guard lieutenant arrested in an alleged terrorism plot. Hasson, a self-identified white nationalist, allegedly had researched Democratic lawmakers and members of the media and had an arsenal of weapon
Ivanka Trump Silent on Malia Obama Attacks While Former First Daughters Come to Her Defense
Some of the younger first daughters came to the defense of ex-President Barack Obama’s 20-year-old daughter Malia Obama when she was photographed and recorded drinking wine with her friends in Miami, but first daughter Ivanka Trump was not one of them.
Now Andrew McCabe says the deputy attorney general had at least TWO Trump Cabinet members in mind for 25th Amendment plot
Andrew McCabe, the former deputy director of the FBI, now claims that the deputy attorney general had two Cabinet members in mind when he floated a plan to invoke the 25th amendment and remove Donald Trump from office.
Hogan rips RNC for shielding Trump from primary challenge
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday he expects to make a springtime trip to New Hampshire as he weighs a 2020 challenge to Donald Trump — and accused the Republican National Committee of going to extraordinary lengths to shield the president from a potentially draining primary.
50 Cent Claims Donald Trump Offered Him $500,000 to Attend His Inauguration: 'All Money Is Not Good Money'
Rapper and actor 50 Cent, also known as Curtis Jackson, claimed last night that President Donald Trump’s inaugural committee had offered him $500,000 just to attend the inauguration ceremony in January 2017.
'It's dangerous': New York Times publisher responds to Trump's media rhetoric
A few hours after President Donald Trump described The New York Times in a tweet as “a true ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE,” A.G. Sulzberger, the newspaper’s publisher, accused him of a “reckless” and “dangerous” attack that could put the lives of journalists at risk.
Trump dangles auto tariffs in Europe trade talks, but carmakers aren't happy
New York (CNN)President Donald Trump is considering new tariffs on foreign cars and auto parts, but some of the strongest opposition is coming from the industry they are meant to protect: American automakers.
White House braces for shakeup after Trump privately complains about Coats
Washington (CNN)White House officials have begun to have preliminary discussions about replacing Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats amid concerns that President Donald Trump may soon dismiss him, two senior administration officials told CNN, despite the President's public denial he's consid
Trump leaves timing of Mueller report release up to new attorney general
Even if special counsel Robert Mueller releases his report on the 2016 election as soon as next week, while President Donald Trump is over 8,000 miles away in Vietnam, the president doesn’t seem too concerned.
Trump says he hasn't thought about firing intel chief Coats
President Donald Trump denied Wednesday that he is considering firing Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, despite several reports that the president is frustrated with the chief intelligence official.