The White House is standing by Attorney General Jeff Sessions in the face of mounting Democratic calls for his resignation – after reports showed he spoke with the Russian ambassador, despite testimony that he did not have “communications” with Moscow.
President Trump is famously averse to germs. But congressional Republicans say they nevertheless want him to start getting his hands dirty.
While the media do everything but spontaneously combust at the sight of President Trump, they ignore the other party in turmoil.
President Trump has surprised everyone again and again
President Donald Trump delivered a formidable speech before a spirited joint session of Congress on last night.
Dr. David Shulkin, the new secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs, said Tuesday that he expects increases in the VA's $180 billion budget to come out President Donald Trump's proposals to slash domestic spending to pay for a military buildup.
President Donald Trump has delayed plans to sign a reworked travel ban in the wake of positive reaction to his first address to Congress, a senior administration official told CNN.
President Trump praised his accomplishments in an interview that aired Tuesday morning, but also faulted his administration’s messaging in the process.
President Donald Trump will sign an executive order Tuesday mandating a review of an Obama-era rule aimed at protecting small streams and wetlands from development and pollution.
The replacement would be paid for by limiting tax breaks on generous health plans people get at work.
"We'll see you next year and the year after that," President Trump assured CPAC attendees.
The White House will propose boosting defense spending and slashing funding for longtime Republican targets like the Environmental Protection Agency in a set of marching orders to agencies as it prepares its budget for the coming fiscal year.
March is shaping up to be the most important month for the Republican Party in more than a decade.
Trump prioritizes defense over diplomacy and safety net
President Donald Trump chastised the FBI Friday morning for being “totally unable” to locate the source of media leaks, renewing his campaign against government sources who have given damaging information about his fledgling administration to the press.