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Congress had just approved a big economic plan, and the president signed it into law. Then it wasn’t long until the White House appealed to Congress to slash spending. This is the script President Trump seemingly followed as he signed a bipartisan, $1.3 trillion spending package late last month. Now Trump is demanding that lawmakers rescind …
Wednesday a group of senators came up with a bipartisan immigration deal that would increase border security and give legal status to the so-called Dreamers, but fall short of President Trump’s “four pillars,” and— if passed —would likely be vetoed.
Tuesday President Trump reacted to news that the FBI blamed phone supplier Samsung for the loss of thousands of messages exchanged between FBI agents Lisa Page and Peter Strzok. At least they didn’t blame Bush.
Reuters and the Kremlin both say President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a joint statement on Saturday vowing to continue the fight against ISIS in Syria until the militants are completely defeated.
Oh those poor liberals, whining about how Trump greeted Putin. President Trump met Friday with Russia’s Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, in their first formal sit-down.
Tuesday President Trump returned fire at House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi in an exclusive interview calling the California Democrat “incompetent” and forecasting the dissolution of the Democratic Party on her watch.
The leak has to be someone sitting in on all those meetings. perhaps when he’s talking to world leaders on the phone, no one else should be in the room. Since Michael Flynn’s resignation as national security adviser, President Trump and Republican allies on Capitol Hill are turning their attention to the potentially “illegal” leaks that …
The Donald Trump campaign and Washington Republicans are calling on Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to have all of her daily schedules as secretary of state released before Election Day, after the State Department said Friday it cannot comply with the court-ordered release until after voting.
Donald Trump and Ted Cruz traded shots Sunday on the eve of the Iowa Caucus, hoping to persuade the remaining undecided voters in the first-in-the-nation voting. Both candidates hammered on familiar points, with Trump again questioning Cruz’s citizenship and financial records. Cruz, meanwhile, asked whether Trump is indeed a conservative and suggested that his bluster …