The ousted White House chief strategist is back at Breitbart News, and he’s planning to make mischief.
President Trump is meeting with his aides on Friday at Camp David—and some unorthodox ideas are on the table.
Hard-right activists say they’re “energized” by the president’s Tuesday press conference, at which he said there were “some very fine people” among the Charlottesville protesters.
The president backtracked from his remarks on Charlottesville just a day earlier.
Two prominent white nationalist leaders held a press conference Monday in which they responded to the fallout from Saturday’s “Unite the Right” rally in Virginia.
Some members attempted to pivot away from overt racism. Charlottesville shows that they were always white nationalists.
Rumors have circulated for days that the national-security adviser’s job is on the line, and the pro-Trump media have launched an all-out assault against him.
The national-security adviser removed Ezra Cohen-Watnick, the senior director for intelligence, in his latest move to assert control of the office he leads.
The document charges that globalists, Islamists, and other forces within and outside the government are subverting President Trump’s agenda.
The departure of chief of staff Reince Priebus could jeopardize the administration’s tenuous connection with Republican institutions in Washington.
The NSC’s top official for the Middle East was abruptly dismissed on Thursday.
“I hope that my story will help you understand the methods of Russian operatives in Washington and how they use U.S. enablers to achieve major foreign policy goals without disclosing those interests,” Browder writes.
Thirty-one-year-old Ezra Cohen-Watnick holds the intelligence portfolio on the National Security Council—but almost everything about him is a mystery.
The choice of the former hedge funder and ardent Trump loyalist reflected longstanding dissatisfaction with Press Secretary Sean Spicer.
Paul Behrends, a controversial staffer associated with the California congressman’s pro-Russia stances, was pushed out of his role on a subcommittee after questions were raised about a recent trip to Moscow.
U.S. diplomats were concerned about Russian outreach to House Republican Dana Rohrabacher while on a trip to Moscow last year.
Marc Kasowitz, the president’s personal attorney, responded to a critical email with a series of hostile, obscenity-laced messages.
After months of vehement denials, Trump supporters and surrogates are trying a new tack: If collusion occurred, it was no big deal.
Trump’s legions of internet fans have a special affection for the president’s eldest son: “There’s a sense that he’s kind of one of us.”
The Foreign Policy Initiative, whose primary seed donor was billionaire Paul Singer, will cease operations soon.