In his first address to a joint session of Congress, President Trump said his job was to be president of the United States, not president of the world.
Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) made a trip to northern Syria to visit U.S. military forces and Kurdish fighters and to discuss the campaign for defeating the Islamic State (ISIS), his office said on February 22.
This is how America would ultimately pay for Trump's promised wall on the border with Mexico: by interdicting bundles of drug money moving south into Mexico.
A key figure in former President Bill Clinton's betrayal of the United States to the Communist Chinese military in exchange for illegal campaign funds, part of a scandal known as “Chinagate” widely described as treasonous, recorded a secret “life insurance” video exposing it all. In the film, made because he was scared of being assassinated, convicted illegal Clinton fundraiser Johnny Chung explained how Democrats tried to silence him through intimidation. And now, part of the explosive video — dubbed by Chung's friend an “insurance policy” against being murdered — has been released to a leading British newspaper. The scandal continues, with the Obama administration reportedly helping shut down an FBI effort to investigate Clinton links to another Communist Chinese agent involved in the scandal.
Prior to entering the White House, Donald Trump pledged an energetic “100-day action plan to Make America Great Again.” How much will he be able to accomplish, and how will his accomplishments compare to his promises? To shed light on these questions, we survey President Trump’s executive orders and other actions as president in the following chronology, updated daily.
The father of Navy SEAL Ryan Owens, who was killed in the January 29 raid in Yemen against al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, has called for an investigation into his son’s death.
When Democrat “establishment” candidate Thomas Perez became the new Democratic National Committee chairman in Atlanta on Saturday, some hard-left groups were disappointed.
Republicans made repeal of ObamaCare a huge issue in 2014 and in 2016, but now that they have both houses of Congress and the White House, they are having trouble cobbling together the votes to actually terminate the program.
After crushing the establishment and delivering a series of blows to globalism, President Donald Trump's winning spree against the powerful forces that opposed him appears to be slowing down. In fact, with his recent selection of Lieutenant General Herbert McMaster as National Security Adviser and Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court — both of whom have been listed as members of the establishment globalist swamp known as the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) — concerns are growing even among Trump supporters and grassroots conservative activists. There were already several CFR-linked officials before the latest additions — the very same forces that viciously libeled and attacked him in their failed bid to stop the swamp draining.
President Trump received a warm response from an enthusiastic crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), where he unveiled a very ambitious plan.