White House touts IG report: Reaffirms ‘president’s suspicions’

The White House on Thursday touted the results of a Department of Justice watchdog report that criticized former FBI Director James Comey’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the report “reaffirmed the president’s suspicions about Comey’s conduct and about the political bias of some members of

Trump defends results of summit with Kim, announces end of joint war games with South Korea

President Trump on Tuesday denied he made any concessions in his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un even as he announced joint U.S.-South Korean military exercises will stop during negotiations. Trump also said Pyongyang agreed to destroy a “major” missile testing site after he and Kim signed a joint statement to make a

Pence appears to mimic Trump in viral video

A video of President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence is making the rounds on social media after the pair appeared to mimic each other’s movements during a meeting Wednesday. In the now-viral footage, the president can been seen removing a plastic water bottle from a table where he was sitting and placing it on

Ryan backs down on House chaplain resignation

Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) has backed down on his controversial decision to dismiss the House chaplain, saying he will let Father Patrick Conroy stay on through the rest of his term. Ryan said in a statement Thursday that he has accepted a request from Conroy to rescind his resignation letter, which Ryan had asked the

White House struggles with fallout over $130,000 payment

The White House on Thursday struggled to contain the fallout from a string of damaging revelations about the criminal investigations plaguing Donald Trump’s presidency. Washington awoke in a state of shock after Trump’s new attorney, Rudy Giuliani, disclosed that the president reimbursed his longtime personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, for a $130,000 payment to porn actress

Trump mocks DNC lawsuit: They are suing ‘Republicans for winning’

President Trump on Saturday slammed the Democratic National Committee (DNC) for its lawsuit accusing his campaign of conspiring with Russia, tweeting that Democrats are only suing because they lost. “So funny, the Democrats have sued the Republicans for Winning. Now he R’s counter and force them to turn over a treasure trove of material, including

Comey Implies That Trump Is Sexually Attracted To Him In Pathetic Meltdown

President Trump crushed James Comey in a tweet for his new book ‘A Higher Loyalty.’ “Slippery James Comey, the worst FBI Director in history, was not fired because of the phony Russia investigation where, by the way, there was NO COLLUSION (except by the Dems)!” tweeted President Trump. Comey had just finished writing an entire

Trump on firing Mueller or Rosenstein: ‘They’re still here’

President Trump on Wednesday sought to calm fears he is preparing to fire special counsel Robert Mueller and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to stymie the Russia probe, but did not rule out the possibility. “They’ve been saying I’m going to get rid of them for the last three months, four months, five months, and

California Creates Law To Ban People From Posting On Facebook Without Congressional Approval

Democrats are spitting in the face of freedom of speech more and more. In an effort to combat ‘fake news’ California senator Richard Pan introduced legislation called “SB1424 Internet: social media: false information: strategic plan.” The law essentially forces you to get ‘fact-checked’ by a government source before sharing any kind of information. It’s completely

Republicans want to know Trump’s endgame on trade

Republican senators want to know if President Trump has an endgame in the escalating trade fight with China. The fight over tariffs has sent markets into turmoil and clouded economic prospects, worrying senators ahead of the midterm elections. Prices for soybeans, corn and wheat dropped in anticipation that China will hit U.S. exports hard if