The president is fighting two impulses: not backing down against an adversary, and his aversion to a new conflict.
The president’s 2020 campaign-kickoff rally in Orlando was an attempt to hark back to the old days … of four years ago.
When the president is feeling overwhelmed, aides say, he falls back on immigration and trade policy—even when unprepared.
Democrats wary of calling for President Trump’s ouster are changing their tune.
As a driver must survey the damage upon barreling into a pothole, so too must I reevaluate the jagged gaps in my reporting.
Its members were once champions of ideological purity. But as their treatment of Justin Amash suggests, they’re now whatever the president wants them to be.
Slow-walking or flat-out disobeying Trump’s fleeting obsessions has become common practice across various sectors of government.
As the Boston Red Sox proved Thursday, even photo ops are political in the Trump era.
The president plans to use his trade war with China to attack the Democratic front-runner.
A deal with the Democrats may now be Trump’s best chance for a legislative win ahead of 2020.
The president ingratiated himself with the gun lobby—and tore up an Obama-era arms treaty for dramatic effect.
Mick Mulvaney wants you to know that he’s no narc like John Kelly.
Calls for an inquiry into the Mueller probe’s origins could help Trump keep his base engaged.
The president’s more pliant senior advisers might end up indulging his ultimately self-sabotaging behavior.
Trump aides are serenely confident that the special counsel’s fine print won’t hurt the boss.
In a time of outsider politics, can the ultimate insider resurrect his family’s brand?
The “first daughter” spent years rigorously cultivating her image. But she wasn’t prepared for scrutiny.
Apart from the president, she was the official most associated with family separations—and that won’t exactly endear her to the private sector.
Republican lawmakers and strategists fear that the president would be fixating on the wrong message at the wrong time.
The president’s team is already spinning the special counsel’s conclusions as a plus for 2020.