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Donald Trump Randomly Calls Senators at All Times of Day and Night, Often to Talk About TV or Golf: Report
Unlike his recent predecessors, President Donald Trump reportedly calls senators on a regular basis at any time he sees fit, often to chat about what he sees on television or his favorite pastime, golf.
Trump might have a solid case for emergency declaration, analysts say
Many legal analysts who watched Donald Trump declare a national emergency over immigration on Friday thought the president had weak legal grounds for doing so. In particular, many thought Trump hurt his own case by admitting, right there in the White House Rose Garden: “I didn’t need to do this, but
Jared Kushner Cited by Democrats Investigating Trump Administration Plan to Sell Nuclear Technology to Saudis
Democrats are investigating the Trump administration’s plans to sell nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia, according to a congressional memo released Tuesday. A 24-page report from the House oversight committee noted that there are serious misgivings about the Trump administration’s plans to build nuc
Trump criticizes California over lawsuit against border wall
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday to criticize California's lead role in a multistate lawsuit challenging his emergency declaration to pay for a U.S.-Mexico border wall.
Trump expected to ramp up pressure on Venezuela's Maduro in speech
Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump is expected to urge Venezuelan military officials to back the country's self-declared interim president Juan Guaido and allow humanitarian aid to flow into Venezuela.
< Andrew McCabe: FBI Investigations Into Trump 'Were Extraordinary Steps'
This is FRESH AIR. I'm Terry Gross. My guest, Andrew McCabe, the former acting director of the FBI, has written a new memoir that offers new insights into the investigations into Donald Trump. When McCabe served as deputy director of the FBI, he oversaw the investigation into Russian interference in
Cohen to testify before Congress with 'chilling' details of working with Trump, his attorney says
Michael Cohen plans to describe his “chilling” time working for President Trump as part of the Trump Organization when he testifies before Congress, his lawyer Lanny Davistold ABC News.
Former Bush Ethics Attorney Richard Painter Explains Why Donald Trump Has To Go
Richard Painter, the former chief ethics attorney for President George W. Bush, has explained why he believes President Donald Trump has to be removed from office immediately. Painter described Trump’s declaration of a national emergency to pay for his promised wall on the U.S.-Mexico border as “cle
Trump 2020 Strategy: President Workshopping Nicknames for Democratic Challengers
With no serious contenders for the Republican nomination yet announced, President Donald Trump has been brainstorming nicknames for his Democratic challengers, The Associated Press reported on Tuesday.
Trump 'Boasted' Years Ago That Immigrants Kept His Golf Courses 'Beautiful' and 'Green,' Advocate Says
Years before he became president of the United States, Donald Trump boasted to a group of high-profile immigration advocates about how immigrants kept his golf courses "beautiful" and "green."
Nicolas Maduro attacks Trump's 'almost Nazi-style' speech after US president calls on military to abandon Venezuela leader
Nicolas Maduro has accused Donald Trump of speaking in an “almost Nazi style” after he called on Venezuela‘s military to abandon its beleaguered president. On Monday, President Trump said the US stands behind opposition leader Juan Guaido and condemns Mr Maduro and his government’s socialist policie
Trump rages about Washington Post fact-checkers skewering 'your all time favorite President' after takedown of 'rambling' border speech 'chock-full of false and misleading claims'
President Donald Trump slammed The Washington Post' Fact Checker as a 'fake fact checker' after it claimed his speech declaring a national emergency on the border was 'chock-full of false and misleading claims.'
'Atmosphere of Hate' Under Donald Trump Reason People Believed Jussie Smollett Story, MSNBC Contributor Says
As more details come to light about the alleged attack on actor Jussie Smollett, they’ve raised the question that he possibly staged the assault and MSNBC contributor Jonathan Capehart credited life under President Donald Trump for why people were so quick to believe the actor’s account.
Whistleblowers sounded alarm about nuclear deal pushed by Trump advisers: Report
Whistleblowers sounded alarm about nuclear deal pushed by Trump advisers: Report originally appeared on abcnews.go.com. Multiple whistleblowers sounded alarms about a plan backed by close advisers to President Donald Trump to transfer sensitive nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia, according to a new
Donald Trump Reportedly Workshopping Nicknames For 2020 Challengers
President Donald Trump is reportedly already dreaming up nicknames for his 2020 election challengers. The president has been workshopping potential labels within the West Wing and in conversations with confidantes, sources close to Trump told The Associated Press.
White House Claims Crowd Cheered After Pence Mentioned Trump in Munich Speech. It Didn't
The White House claimed that world leaders applauded Vice President Mike Pence when he dropped the name of President Donald Trump into a speech, but videos of the address show a different story.
Giant statue of Trump as Warhammer warrior revealed at parade in Italy
A gigantic statue of what appears to depict President Donald Trump as a horrifying Twitter sword-wielding “God-Emperor” character from the Warhammer 40,000 video games loomed over Italy during a weekend parade over the weekend.
< Trump Pushes Ahead With 'Space Force' Despite Hurdles
President Trump signed a directive this afternoon to create a brand-new Space Force. He envisions an entirely new military branch that would ensure, as he puts it, American dominance in space. NPR national security correspondent Greg Myre looks at how the concept is being received.
Michael Cohen Will Share 'Chilling' Donald Trump Experiences, Says Lawyer Lanny Davis
The lawyer for Michael Cohen—the former so-called fixer and attorney for Donald Trump—said his client is primed to share "chilling" personal experiences he had with the president.
Have Trump’s policies ‘lifted’ nearly 5 million Americans off food stamps?
“Nearly 5 million Americans have been lifted off food stamps.” — President Trump, during the State of the Union address, Feb. 5, 2019. “We’ve lifted 4.3 million Americans off of food stamps.”