The group of people who put Donald Trump in the White House are becoming increasingly critical of him due to the financial distress caused by his partial government shutdown, the longest in US history.
Rudy Giuliani told Chris Cuomo on CNN last night that he “never said there was no collusion” between the Trump campaign and Russia. The former New York City mayor said that in the past he had only claimed that the president himself was not personally involved in collusion. By his statements, the president’s personal attorney basically admitted that the Trump campaign did in fact collude with Russia to help Trump win the 2016 election.
Vladimir Putin doesn't just have a president in his back pocket. He has an entire U.S. political party working on his behalf.
The Democrat pointed to the president's constant use of the government to advance his business interests as one reason he should face impeachment.
The attack in Syria showed that there are deadly ramifications to Donald Trump's irresponsible reality show governing style.
Michael Steele says being soft on Russia is no longer just isolated to Donald Trump. It has become standard Republican Party policy.
Trump got himself into the government shutdown, and he doesn't know what to do, because Speaker Pelosi isn't falling for his crazy.
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) left a meeting with Speaker Pelosi with a message for Trump that the president needs to stop tantruming and reopen the government.
Some 30,000 Los Angeles teachers on strike for higher pay, smaller classes and more staff walked picket lines in the rain for a second day on Tuesday as Mayor Eric Garcetti embraced their cause while trying to nudge the two sides back to the bargaining table.
MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace showed how losing his State Of The Union address was a political humiliation that prevents Trump from digging out of the crisis that he created.
The Inspector General's report reveals that Trump's DC hotel is unconstitutional, but the GSA ignored the Constitution and did not force Trump to divest himself of the hotel.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Leader Chuck Schumer, Independent Democratic-caucusing Sen. Bernie Sanders, and other top Democrats have introduced a bill to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
A new poll found that Trump's core base is shrinking as just 23% of voters said that they would definitely support Trump in 2020.
House Majority Whip Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-SC) said that there will be no State Of The Union speech for Trump is the government remains closed.
Democratic lawmakers on Wednesday slammed U.S. President Donald Trump's new pick to run the Environmental Protection Agency as a pro-business extremist, but harbored little hope of blocking his confirmation in the Republican-controlled Senate.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi wrote Donald Trump and disinvited him to deliver the State Of The Union due to the government shutdown.
Sheldon Whitehouse, the senior Democratic senator from Rhode Island, said yesterday that Congress is almost ready to indict President Donald Trump. He also indicated that he is hopeful that Trump may soon face actual criminal charges.
On Monday, Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, who wants to reopen the government and has taken part in discussions trying to broker a compromise, issued a threat. If talks to end the shutdown don’t work, she told Erica Werner from the Washington Post, “We’re not just going to sit back and do nothing.”
In a new column in the New York Times, Nobel prize-winning economist Paul Krugman asked a question that many others have asked about Donald Trump’s White House: Why are his top advisers sticking around when it is apparent that special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation has been gathering evidence of many different Trump crimes, and the president is probably on his way down?