The president rambled for more than two hours from the stage at the annual gathering of conservatives. One topic he avoided: Michael Cohen’s explosive testimony against him.
Public opinion might help the state’s embattled Democratic leaders survive.
On Face the Nation, even Mick Mulvaney couldn’t say where his boss had come up with “25,772,342 illegal aliens” in America.
Hours after chaos hit the nation’s airports, lawmakers finally appear ready to bring the 35-day standstill to a temporary end.
As the government shutdown drags on, workers’ hardship grows—and soon could become a political break point.
Brett McGurk faulted the president for completely reversing Syria policy after one telephone conversation with Turkey’s president.
Rudy Giuliani, on the Sunday shows, says the president never told Michael Cohen to lie about pursuing Trump Tower Moscow during the 2016 campaign.
The president offered three-year protection for “Dreamers” and immigrants with protective status in exchange for $5.7 billion in border-wall funding. Democrats rejected it out of hand.
While Democrats express alarm over Trump’s affinity for Vladimir Putin, Republicans see partisan conspiracy theorizing.
On Friday, the South Carolina Republican urged Trump to declare a national emergency and “build a wall NOW,” but on Sunday he proposed a short-term deal and more talks.
Media attention has focused on her comment that President Trump is a racist. But the more revealing exchanges centered on her plans for changing the Democratic Party.
Stanley McChrystal, who once led U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan, called the commander in chief dishonest and criticized his holiday visit to troops in Iraq.
The “permanent campaign” made some Republicans fear being cast as soft on crime.
On Face the Nation, the president’s trusted domestic-policy adviser said the border wall was fundamental to “whether or not the United States remains a sovereign country.”
President Trump’s lawyer has adopted a deny-nothing approach in which he argues no crimes have been committed.
The incoming House Judiciary chairman says the president has allegedly been involved in “massive frauds against the American people.”
The transcript from Friday’s closed-door hearing was made public late Saturday, and it confirms that Mueller is pursuing a possible obstruction-of-justice case against the president.
Advocates claim that the bill would pass with a supermajority in the Senate, but the majority leader says it’s dividing his caucus.
The president called out Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal for misrepresenting his Vietnam service, without reference to his own misrepresentations or his medical exemption for bone spurs.
Michael Cohen’s guilty plea has raised the specter that Russia had compromising information on President Trump related to his business dealings during the campaign.