Donald Trump called everything he did, from his election to his trade deals, "historic." But his last months in office finally make that claim correct.
The day before he is likely to be impeached a second time — for inciting a violent attack on the Capitol in an attempt to retain power — Trump went to Texas to lie about his wall.
Trump’s handpicked chair, Ronna McDaniel, won reelection despite presiding over the loss of the House, White House and Senate over the past four years.
Trump’s hold on the Republican National Committee still appears strong, despite his inciting of a violent insurrection at the Capitol to overturn the election he lost.
Trump has been stirring up anger and violence among his fanatical supporters for weeks with his lies about a “stolen” election.
Democratic wins could help mainstream Republicans retake control from the reality game show host who hijacked their party five years ago.
His repeated violations of his agreement not to use the Florida estate as a residence could jeopardize his permit to operate it as a for-profit resort.
Some $8.5 million of that comes from committees Trump controls directly, while $2 million comes from other Republican candidates and committees.
This marks Trump’s 31st golf trip to his Palm Beach resort, which in total account for just over two-thirds of his golf-related travel and security costs.
While more than 100 other groups have spent money on the Senate runoffs, Trump’s Save America PAC has not, despite having likely raised $150 million.
Donald Trump is one of just a few presidents to lose reelection over the past century, but he still commands a loyal following among Republican primary voters.
The campaign and its related committees reported $119 million in the bank on Nov. 23, but much of that appears to have been raised before the election.
Trump lost the popular vote to President-elect Joe Biden by 7 million votes and the Electoral College tally by 74 votes.
The outgoing president's post-election fundraising committee could well be a legal slush fund for his personal expenses.
From trying to deny votes from being counted in majority Black cities to pushing to disenfranchise entire states to lying about having won, it’s all out in the open.
The president said in the final days of the campaign that he wanted vote counting to stop on election night – a strategy to preserve a temporary lead in the count.
Polling shows Trump’s insistence on staging in-person rallies is turning off all but his hard-core supporters, while a new study shows they are spreading the coronavirus.
Trump continues claiming that he built the “greatest economy in the history of the world,” but more and more voters aren’t buying it anymore.
States allow ballots from military personnel and diplomats to be counted as late as two weeks after Nov. 3, but Trump is insisting that all counting stop that night.
Trump beat Hillary Clinton by 17 points with voters over 65. But his margin is only half of that against Joe Biden, according to recent polls.
The president is asking for big donations after Joe Biden pulled in $280 million in small donations in the third quarter ― $64 million more than Trump.
Winning a second term could put him beyond the reach of many of the possible charges, thanks to statutes of limitations that would run out.
The contracts ― the larger of which can be canceled if Trump loses reelection ― come as the president returns to his money-losing Doral resort Thursday evening.