Nicolle Wallace said what the rest of the media won't that Trump is desperate and his political survival depends on the meeting.
The Trump administration moved today to block tens of thousands of women who were victims of domestic abuse from gaining asylum in the US.
Donald Trump fired off a volley of tweets on Monday venting anger on NATO allies, the European Union and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the wake of a divisive G7 meeting over the weekend.
Kim Jong-un is lowering expectations for a deal as the North Koreans are making it clear that they won't be giving up their nuclear weapons.
As China was bribing him with a $500 million loan, Trump told Macron that the EU was worse than China on trade.
Fox News described Trump arriving in Singapore for the N. Korea summit as a historic meeting between two dictators.
Trump economic adviser Larry Kudlow went on a whinefest and demanded that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologize to Trump.
Trump trade adviser Peter Navarro claimed that Justin Trudeau stabbed Trump in the back and that Canada is attacking the US political system
Trump threw a tantrum and pulled the US out of the G7 Communique because US allies refuse to be bullied on trade.
By publicly supporting Donald Trump, even though they privately know how damaging he is to the country, the Republican Party is failing an important moral test.
Trump has admitted that he isn't going make denuclearization a precondition of the N. Korea summit. The summit is a fraud.
It's no surprise that Donald Trump, already the laughingstock of the world, would hire Rudy Giuliani to do his legal work.
French President Macron wasn't playing the buddy game and beat Trump at his 1980s alpha male nonsense with a handshake that left his thumbprint in Trump's hand.
Donald Trump's solo press conference at the G7 Summit in Canada gave further evidence that his mental health is in rapid decline.
It increasingly looks as though Russia has the goods on Trump, and the president is being a good puppet for them.
The corruption and criminality of Donald Trump is such a given that the President Of The United States is being called a crook on national television.
Reps. Ted Lieu (D-CA) and Bill Pascrell (D-NJ) have introduced a resolution that would direct the Attorney General to turn over information and documents related to Trump’s use of pardons.
According to a statement from Rep. Lieu’s office, “The Lieu/Pascrell Resolution of Inquiry would ask the White House and direct the Attorney General Jeff Sessions to provide to the House any documents, recordings, memos, records, or other communications relating to any pardon Donald Trump has issued or has considered issuing, including those potentially involving Michael Cohen, Paul Manafort, Mike Flynn, George Papadopoulos, and anyone else including Trump’s family and himself.”
Robert Mueller filed a superseding indictment against Paul Manafort for obstruction of justice and conspiracy to obstruct justice.
Trump stated in front of television cameras that he has the "absolute right" to pardon himself, but since a pardon requires an admission of guilt and self-pardon will be self-impeachment.
President Donald Trump's comment on Friday that he might pardon boxing legend Muhammad Ali drew a prompt response from the late heavyweight champion's estate: thanks but no thanks.