President Trump filed a lawsuit against the House Ways and Means Committee, the New York state's attorney general and tax chief to block the disclosure of years of his tax returns.
When Democrats are accused of anti-Semitism, Republicans understand that coded language can be hurtful. But Trump's racist comments get a pass.
The decision came after The Intercept sought access to the filings, some of which have remained under seal for two decades.
Two operatives who report to Rudy Giuliani are meeting with Ukrainian officials to dig up dirt on Democrats in 2020.
'The 'Squad' is a very Racist group of troublemakers who are young, inexperienced, and not very smart'
Tehran claims the Iranian nationals recruited by the CIA were working at sensitive nuclear and military sites in Iran; Trump calls the report "totally false"
A trend may be emerging after the Trump administration took no action against a "repeat offender."
All fencing completed since he came to power has simply replaced existing barriers
Two Unofficial US Operatives Reporting To Trump's Lawyer Privately Lobbied A Foreign Government In A Bid To Help The President Win In 2020
Reporting directly to Donald Trump's personal lawyer, two operators waged a brazen back-channel campaign that could thrust another foreign country to the center of the next US election.
Fox News' Geraldo Rivera said that President Trump's recent comments telling four minority congresswomen to "go back" to the countries they came from have shown him that critics of Trump "were much more right than I."
The prevailing conventional wisdom among Republicans and many Democrats is that Trump semi-successfully redirected attention from negativ...
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar have been talked about a lot more on Fox than on other cable news channels this year.
A leading House Democrat says special counsel Robert Mueller will give "very substantial evidence" that will make the case for impeaching U.S.
"This is a president who has violated the law six ways from Sunday," said Rep. Jerry Nadler ahead of Robert Mueller's testimony
The Illinois Republican County Chairmen's Association (IRCCA) shared and later apparently deleted a movie poster-style meme labeling four Democratic minority congresswomen the "Jihad Squad."
Twenty-six White House staffers tasked with minimising collateral damage from Trump's tweets lift the lid on what it's like picking up the pieces
President Trump initially insisted he was unaware of the hush money payments that his former attorney, Michael Cohen, orchestrated to women who claimed they had affairs with Trump. Trump denies the allegations.
Lawyers for Trump and for the Democrat-controlled House were due to square off Friday before a three-judge panel.
'Very Substantial Evidence' Trump Is 'guilty Of High Crimes And Misdemeanors,' House Judiciary Chair Says
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler on Sunday said Robert Mueller's report presents "very substantial evidence" that President Donald Trump is "guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors" -- an impeachable offense.
Fox & Friends may have been at the root of President Trump's racist tweets directed at four democratic congresswomen last week. A report from The Washington Post, which relied on information from 26 White House aides, advisers, and lawmakers, details how even Trump's own top aides believed he did not understand the political ramifications of what he had done last Sunday when he tweeted that Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.), and Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) should "go back" to the "places from which they came." It turns out that Trump was reportedly watching Fox & Friends, one of his favorite shows, after waking up in the morning when he decided he thought it would be a good idea to "elevate" the congresswomen, whom he reportedly believes make good political foils. The big Washington Post piece on the fallout from Trump's racist rant confirms my theory that he got spun up watching Fox & Friends. https://t.co/coZK8z9Nr7 https://t.co/xZm16ANpSU pic.twitter.com/Cj4CpXAQ7R -- Matthew Gertz (@MattGertz) July 21, 2019 Senior adviser Kellyanne Conway reportedly then had to explain to the president why the tweets had caused such stirring outrage throughout Washington and the media landscape. While it's unclear what specifically about the show's segment on the congresswomen might have inspired the particular sentiment behind the tweets, it looks like another potential example of the reputed influence the cable news network has on the president's opinions. Read more about the fallout of Trump's tweets at The Washington Post. Tim O'Donnell