Roseanne completed her ode to President Trump and his white supremacist ideology with a rant during which she yelled, "I thought the b*tch was white!" to justify her racism against Valerie Jarrett.
"We don't know what their status is except they're no longer in the system," Campos said. "We don't know where people are right now and it's been a struggle to get information."
Putin and advocates for the Kremlin's position had had no success with the campaign - until Trump became president. The Magnitsky Act of 2012 is the backdrop of Putin's proposal to Trump at the Helsinki meeting earlier this week that the United States give Russian officials access to former U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul.
A group of U.S. lawmakers are planning to visit Russia again following a rare trip to Moscow by Republican members of Congress this month, Interfax news agency cited Russia's ambassador to the United States as saying on Friday.
While pro-Trump groups struggle to pull off a single event, the president continues to face massive protests calling for his impeachment.
In a speech on the Senate floor, Republican Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona accused Donald of providing ‘aid and comfort’ to the enemy.
Furious Jeff Flake comes close to calling Trump a traitor: ‘He gave aid and comfort to an enemy of democracy’
The U.S. Justice Department announced on Thursday a policy to alert the public about foreign cyber operations like Russia's alleged hacking and disinformation campaign during the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
While Sally Yates was stunned by Trump's performance with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki this week, she says it tells us a lot about where his loyalties lie.
When they do finally reunite these families, hundreds of them will face immediate deportation – meaning they could once again face separation.
By welcoming Putin to the White House, Trump is giving the presidential seal of approval to a man who authorized an attack on the United States of America.
Schmidt is no longer a Republican, but the party he left behind should follow his lead – or face the wrath of the American voter in November.
U.S. Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said on Thursday he does not know what happened in the one-on-one meeting in Helsinki between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Ari Melber pointed out that Trump has been exposed as a coward who refuses to fight Putin.
By Andrew Osborn and Olesya Astakhova
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday accused forces in the United States of trying to undermine the success of his first summit with U.S. President Donald Trump, but said the two leaders had begun to improve U.S.-Russia ties anyway.
In a glimpse of White House dysfunction, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats was blindsided by the news that Trump has invited Putin to the White House this fall on live national television.
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on Thursday said the United States needed to be prepared for an attempt by Russia to interfere in elections in all 50 U.S. states this year, adding that there was no question Moscow interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential contest.
Russia on Thursday broadcast a series of videos showing the testing and operation of a new generation of nuclear and conventional weapons, days after Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump discussed how to avoid an arms race.
The Republican president then directed his national security adviser, John Bolton, to invite Putin to Washington in the fall, the White House said, four days after Trump held a summit with the Russian leader in Helsinki.
President Donald Trump rejected Russian President Vladimir Putin's proposal that Russian authorities be allowed to question American citizens, the White House said on Thursday, after the offer drew fierce criticism in the United States.
Trump’s Director of National Intelligence, Dan Coats, shot down his claim that it could have been other people besides Russia in humiliating fashion during an interview with NBC News’ Andrea Mitchell.