Former Defense Secretary James Mattis makes light of President Trump calling him “the world’s most overrated general” during his keynote address at the annual Al Smith dinner, a philanthropic event where roasts are tradition.
President Donald Trump on Thursday compared the attack by the Turkish military on Syrian Kurds, onetime American allies in the fight against ISIS, to a schoolyard fight after praising a ceasefire agreed to earlier in the day.
Outgoing acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan announced on Thursday the restoration of previously frozen foreign aid to the Northern Triangle countries of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.
President Donald Trump is not pleased with acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney’s press briefing and his acknowledgment on Thursday of a quid pro quo, according to a source close to the President.
Members of President Donald Trump’s own party are privately alarmed at his demeanor this week and his apparent lack of understanding of the consequences of his Syria policy, according to a Republican source familiar with a recent White House meeting.
As details emerged Thursday about the tentative United Auto Workers agreement with General Motors, one thing became clear: The shuttered GM plant in Lordstown, Ohio, that President Donald Trump hoped to save will stay closed for good.
When Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo shook hands on the tarmac at Joint Base Andrews Wednesday before boarding separate planes, the view inside the White House was grim.
US Vice President Mike Pence announced Thursday that he and President Erdogan of Turkey agreed to a ceasefire halting Turkey’s incursion into northern Syria.
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Retired Adm. William McRaven said Thursday that the US is under attack from President Donald Trump, who he believes is “destroying” the country from “within” and “without.”
A top White House official said on Thursday that President Donald Trump had withheld nearly $400 million in military aid to Ukraine in order to pressure the country to open an investigation that he thought would politically benefit himself, worrying some Republicans in Congress in the middle of an impeachment […]
White House acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney made a stunning admission Thursday by confirming that President Donald Trump froze nearly $400 million in US security aid to Ukraine in part to pressure that country into investigating Democrats.
Recognizable names like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff are the public faces of the fast-moving impeachment inquiry related to Ukraine. But it’s the legal mind many haven’t heard of who is advising and helping to coordinate the impeachment fight behind the scenes.
The White House has settled on its defense for President Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani’s actions on Ukraine: It’s all about 2016, not 2020.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry notified President Donald Trump that he plans to resign from his post, two administration officials confirmed to White House reporters on Thursday.