How I became an activist instead of a Sleeping Beauty.
Up to this point, President Trump has been arguably the most impotent President in modern history.
“Let them eat cake?”
His nightmare fuel reserves are growing.
Last week, President Trump managed to distract from a moment of bipartisan condemnation of Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) by hitting the Twitter keyboard.
Despite President Trump’s best efforts to sabotage Obamacare and his insistence that the Affordable Care Act is dying, the law is actually more popular than ever before.
Sean Hannity didn’t always burn with such passionate support for President Donald Trump that as right-wing pundit Ann Coulter has said, he would ““endorse communism if Trump decided to implement the policies of ‘The Communist Manifesto.’”
President Donald Trump has made it clear he prefers to spend his weekends anywhere but the White House.
President Trump is embroiled in his latest public feud, this time with a fellow billionaire.
Facing a bruising 2018 primary battle and an increasingly hostile leader of his own party, Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) decided against running for re-election this week, instead offering a blistering rebuke of President Trump. F
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: A multibillionaire whose status was raised to new heights thanks to a successful television show is flirting with a run for office.
Retired four-star general and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly has signed up for a new kind of war.
Part of a President’s duties include calling the families of deceased soldiers and offering his condolences.
The “America First” strain of politics known as “Trumpism”—central to President Trump’s rise to office—took direct hits from influential figures in three separate speeches last week.
rom all indications, President Trump and his team may have bungled a military operation in Niger, and now POTUS has bungled his response to the tragedy.
Since the onset of Donald Trump’s presidency, he’s been able to hold on to a core of support no matter what he does.