The protests against Trump's Muslim ban are having an impact on the White House as the President has released a statement defending his executive order.
Senate Democrats are planning to make Republicans pay dearly for not standing up and speaking out against President Trump's Muslim ban.
A large crowd has gathered outside of the eastern side of the White House and chanting, "No hate, no fear, refugees are welcome here" to protest President Trump's Muslim ban.
On Meet The Press, White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus made the situation worse by expressing no regrets over the Trump administration's decision not to mention Jews in their Holocaust Remembrance Day statement.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) showed a stunning lack of political courage when he refused to criticize President Trump's Muslim ban during an interview on ABC's This Week.
During an interview on ABC's This Week, White House press secretary Sean Spicer tried to blame the Obama administration for the seven Muslim-majority countries that were listed in Trump's Muslim ban.
Donald Trump in his inauguration speech promised to put America first, but his rhetoric and policies are doing just the opposite.
The ACLU sued President Trump and won in court, as a judge has blocked the Trump administration from deporting Muslim immigrants who are currently stranded at US airports.
Divisions have emerged among advisers to President Donald Trump over whether to rescind a signature policy of his predecessor, President Barack Obama, that shields young immigrants from deportation, according to congressional sources and Republicans close to the White House.
Trump's presidency, with its emphasis on law and order, is trying to sell us the idea that a repressive society is a free society.
Trump’s narcissistic mental defect puts him in the same category as infamous tyrannical dictators like Muammar Gaddafi, Adolf Hitler, and Saddam Hussein.
But barely visible in Philadelphia, there are potential flashpoints of disagreement within the Republican rank-and-file in Congress as well as between Republican lawmakers and the unorthodox new president.
“I urge the admin to halt enforcement of this order until a more thoughtful and deliberate policy can be instated"
An initial volley in a potential barrage of legal challenges to President Donald Trump's new restrictions on immigration came on Saturday on behalf of two Iraqis with ties to U.S. security forces who were detained at New York's JFK Airport.
“This should not happen in America...We must fight this executive order in the streets, in the courts, anywhere, anytime. We must resist."
"There is no moral equivalence between Obama's reluctance to militarily intervene in Syria and the #MuslimBan."
"May making her "strong statement about the role of women" there, by standing simpering next to a powerful racist."
"The Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran...will take reciprocal measures in order to safeguard the rights of its citizens"
Donald Trump has proved that it is not always true that the only place you can go is up. He has gone down instead.
The addition by an anonymous hero is certainly accurate, as Ryan has shown himself to be completely spineless when it comes to Donald Trump