The president kicked off the first of three reelection rallies in Pennsylvania on Monday with his usual attack lines aimed at painting his Democratic opponent as cognitively challenged. But it was Trump who ended up looking confused.
While President Trump’s chief of staff on Monday attempted to clarify the assertion that the United States is “not going to control” the coronavirus crisis, the president himself complained that the media is too focused on the pandemic.
In excerpts of recent “60 Minutes” interviews with both President Trump and Joe Biden released by CBS News Thursday, the former vice president gave his most detailed answer to date on the question of so-called court packing.
Just 31 percent of respondents said they plan to vote in person on Nov. 3, while 64 percent planned to vote by mail or cast their ballots in early voting.
“We've got to get the attorney general to act,” the president said in a telephone interview with “Fox & Friends.” “He's got to act. And he’s got to act fast.”
In a lengthy digression during his rally in Carson City, Nev., on Sunday, President Trump claimed that Americans have to “flush their toilet 15 times” due to restrictions on water usage.
President Trump on Friday tweeted a fake news story published by the Babylon Bee, a satirical website for Christian conservatives, mocking Twitter for blocking users from sharing an unconfirmed report about Joe Biden's son.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, is not going to be gathering with his children on Thanksgiving because they are concerned about the threat of the coronavirus, which is surging in more than 30 states.
The nation's top infectious disease expert remains concerned that large-scale gatherings like President Trump's campaign rallies will lead to more coronavirus outbreaks.
The fourth and final day of Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation hearings wrapped up Thursday with testimony from outside witnesses both for and against her confirmation.
The confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett continued Wednesday, with Barrett facing more questioning from the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett continued on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., Tuesday, as Barrett faced more than 10 hours of questioning from the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett began Monday on Capitol Hill, where Barrett appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
“This is not about President Trump,” Pelosi said. “He will face the judgment of the voters. But he shows the need for us to create a process for future presidents.”
The president on Thursday attacked two of his closest associates for not doing enough to bring down his political opponents, as he continues to pursue his obsession with the 2016 election.
“I’m not going to waste my time doing a virtual debate,” the president said shortly after organizers announced the Oct. 15 town hall would be held remotely. “That’s not what debating is all about. You sit behind a computer and do a debate, it’s ridiculous, and then they cut you off whenever they want.”
Yahoo News provided a live fact check of Wednesday night’s vice presidential debate, highlighting false and misleading claims made by the candidates in real time.
“If there’s another term for President Trump,” Hayden says, “I don’t know what happens to America.”
With the 2020 election exactly four weeks away, former Vice President Joe Biden is leading President Trump in every national poll, opening up a significant advantage in surveys taken since the first presidential debate.
President Trump on Tuesday responded to Joe Biden’s vow to make the Supreme Court ruling legalizing abortion the “law of the land” with a tweet falsely suggesting Biden wants to kill babies after they are born.
President Trump on Tuesday continued to downplay the threat of the coronavirus after his release from the hospital, falsely suggesting that the virus that has killed more than 210,000 Americans is “far less lethal” than the seasonal flu.
McEnany announced on Monday that she has tested positive for the coronavirus, becoming the latest member of the Trump administration or campaign to be infected.