Donald Trump reminded the nation why he is the least popular first-year president in history by releasing hate-filled message wishing the country a happy new year.
Carl Bernstein said that his White House sources are telling him that Trump's lawyers are intentionally lying to him because he is out of control and they are trying to keep him from getting impeached for firing Mueller.
As 2017 ends, CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin offered a simple preview of the three questions about the Russia investigation that terrify Trump.
Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos told an Australian diplomat in May 2016 that Russia had political dirt on Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, the New York Times reported.
Dan Gilroy’s 2017 film Roman J. Israel, Esquire, starring Denzel Washington and still lingering in theaters, has either been critically panned or just plain overlooked.
The New York Times reported Saturday that George Papadopoulos inadvertently kickstarted the Russia investigation after saying too much to top Australian diplomat Alexander Downer during “a night of heavy drinking” in May 2016. Papadopoulos was Trump’s former foreign policy adviser; in October, he admitted to lying to the FBI about his communication with Russian nationals and pleaded guilty for the fact.
Erica Garner — who entered the national spotlight in 2014 after her father, Eric Garner, was killed by a police officer who kept him locked in a chokehold despite Garner saying “I can’t breathe” 11 times — has died at the age of 27. She spent the last week of her life hospitalized after suffering a heart attack.
With very little for this president to hang his hat on after a year of occupying the White House, it's no surprise that Trump resorts to telling blatant falsehoods to get him through the day.
Trump has spent one-third of his short presidency at one of his ritzy country clubs and more than a quarter of his time on a golf course.
"He is not a king! He is a president in a constitutional model of government."
Trump staged a photo op at his Florida golf course that was designed to use the presidency to promote his business.
We're welcoming the new year at PoliticusUSA by giving away a copy of Peter Baker's acclaimed biography Obama: The Call Of History for free.
Trump's Obama insecurity is boundless, as he has falsely claimed that he and the former president have the same approval rating.
Trump admitted that he is using Dreamers as hostages as part of a scheme to get Democrats to pay for his wall.
The poll Trump bragged about on Thursday shows that 53 percent of the country thinks he hasn't done a good job.
In an impromptu interview with the New York Times, Trump said, "I have the absolute right to do what I want to do with the Justice Department."
One Democratic representative called Trump a "child who hates science class."
"Here is my promise to you: I may be leaving the Senate, but I'm not giving up my voice," the popular Democratic senator said.
Trump's ignorance on this subject is obvious, but it's neither new nor is it surprising.