Two days before President Bill Clinton was questioned by a grand jury about his relationship with Monica Lewinsky, Brett Kavanaugh gave independent counsel Ken Starr a list of tough, explicit questions to ask.
President Trump on Monday escalated his attack on Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, labeling the special counsel “disgraced and discredited” and Mueller's investigators a “National Disgrace.”
President Trump on Friday suggested that he is close to revoking the security clearance of a current Justice Department employee who had been in contact with author of the controversial dossier alleging ties between Trump and Russia.
President Trump on Friday blamed Washington, D.C., lawmakers for ballooning costs that forced the cancellation of his planned military parade.
The current and former presidents are paying tribute to soul legend Aretha Franklin, who died Thursday of pancreatic cancer at her home in Detroit. She was 76.
President Trump on Thursday accused national newspapers that are participating in a Boston Globe-led editorial campaign protesting his attacks on the press of colluding against him.
A day after President Trump revoked John Brennan’s security clearance, the New York Times published a blistering op-ed by the former CIA director, who disputes Trump’s assertion that there was no collusion between his campaign and Russia.
President Trump on Tuesday continued to lash out at Omarosa Manigault-Newman over explosive claims in his former “Celebrity Apprentice” co-star turned White House aide makes about him in her new book, “Unhinged.”
Stephen Miller, the architect of some of Trump’s most controversial anti-immigration policies, has been assailed by critics who are quick to point out that Miller himself is a grandchild of refugees. Now Miller’s own uncle is joining the outcry.
The organizers of the Road to Change tour have visited over 50 cities in an effort to register and mobilize voters ahead of the 2018 midterm elections — and to build a coalition of youth in communities affected by gun violence.
“It’s hard to just take joy in something like a Pulitzer when you know that it came because of such a tragic event.”
“It was very painful. I cannot tell you how close we were. These folks live with you all day, 24/7. It was like losing a family member.”
President Trump was excoriated for blaming “both sides” for the deadly violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., last August. Nearly a year later, those affected by the events of that weekend haven’t forgiven him.
President Trump on Wednesday called on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to shut down special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Trump campaign’s contacts with Russia and Trump’s obstruction of the probe.
President Trump on Friday disputed reported claims by his long-time lawyer Michael Cohen that then-candidate Trump knew in advance about the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with a Kremlin-connected lawyer who was thought to have political dirt on Hillary Clinton.
President Trump on Wednesday blasted his lawyer Michael Cohen after CNN aired a recording of their secretly-taped conversation about a hush-money payment to squash a Playboy model’s story of an alleged affair with Trump.
While addressing a high school leadership summit in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions laughed as students broke into the “Lock her up!” chant usually reserved for Donald Trump rallies.
The White House announced on Monday that President Trump is exploring the possibility of revoking security clearances of former U.S. intelligence officials who have sharply criticized his administration.
President Trump says he’s already dreaming about a potential Democratic opponent in the 2020 presidential election: former Vice President Joe Biden.
President Trump said on Wednesday that Russia is not currently targeting the United States or its elections, contradicting his own director of national intelligence’s warning that the Kremlin is doing precisely that.
Facing a continued firestorm over his attempt to clarify his comments at his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Trump on Wednesday accused his critics of being “haters” who wanted to see his diplomatic efforts fail.
A day after President Trump’s jaw-dropping joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, former President Barack Obama seemed to reference the surreal nature of the spectacle while bemoaning the “utter loss of shame among political leaders who won’t quit lying.”
President Trump emerged from his historic summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki on Monday saying he doesn’t believe that Russia interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.