Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) predicted that the witnesses who have refused to testify before the 1/6 Committee will change their tune now that Steve Bannon has been indicted.
It was pretty clear for months before the 2020 election that Donald Trump never planned on winning office. Win or lose, the former president was going to stay in office.
Luckily, there were people within the administration willing to stand up to him, even if they didn’t do it publicly. In addition, the people working for Trump were completely incompetent.
Donald Trump would very much like to run for president again in 2024. He has a number of hurdles to overcome to get there. He has serious legal issues in both New York and Georgia. He is also a 75 year-old man who isn’t in the greatest physical condition. But if he’s able to clear those hurdles, Trump would be favored to be the 2024 GOP nominee.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows attempted to clarify remarks he made yesterday about controlling the coronavirus pandemic after Democrat Joe Biden said his remarks were characteristic of the Trump administration and signaled they were “waving a flag of defeat.”
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said a possible investigation into Hunter Biden is not a priority before Election Day, one day after President Donald Trump urged his attorney general to investigate Biden’s business dealings.
“Fox and Friends” host Brian Kilmeade accused Twitter and Facebook of conspiring to ensure President Donald Trump’s messaging doesn’t reach its audience.
“Aren’t they accomplishing their goal?” Kilmeade asked in an interview with White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, adding that both companies are “stopping the message of the White House and the current president from getting out.”
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows refused to mask up to talk to reporters, even though he was in the hospital with COVID Trump.
In the last two weeks, an astonishing number of people connected to Donald Trump have come down with COVID-19. And the most important person to contract the illness, of course, is the president himself.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows has spent a lot of time in the spotlight this last week since President Donald Trump tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The White House also came under fire for obfuscating information related to an outbreak that infected multiple government officials.
Speaking to the hosts of “Fox and Friends,” White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows says President Donald Trump could be released from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center later today. Meadows says Trump can return to a “normal work schedule” while he recovers from the novel coronavirus.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows says he’s physically staying by President Donald Trump’s side at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to send a positive message to members of the military that the coronavirus “ is an enemy that we will defeat, and we will do that together.”
Mark Meadows slammed the director of the FBI on Friday and suggested he didn’t know what was happening at his own bureau. He was defending unfounded claims of voter fraud.
Meadows, the White House chief of staff, told CBS This Morning that Director Christopher Wray’s sworn testimony on widespread voter fraud was wrong and that he needed to take another look.
Mark Meadows responded to William Barr’s criticism of Coronavirus lockdowns on Thursday by hinting that hyperbolic comparisons are inappropriate.
The White House chief of staff spoke to a gaggle of reporters and was asked about the Attorney General’s remarks. Barr has caused some outrage by contrasting COVID-19 measures with slavery.
Mark Meadows has dismissed potential violations of the Hatch Act at the Republican National Convention by claiming nobody actually cares if that law is broken.
The Hatch Act forbids federal officials from participating in political activity while performing their official function. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo may have violated the act with his RNC speech on Tuesday.
Mark Meadows claimed on Wednesday that Donald Trump is the only president to go after and kill a terrorist – completely ignoring the U.S. taking out Osama Bin Laden.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows tried to blame Barack Obama and the previous Postmaster General for Trump's post office sabotage.
Mark Meadows has defended Donald Trump’s claim that the recent explosion in Beirut was an attack despite the fact the government of Lebanon said it was an accident.
The Lebanese government blamed the deadly incident on an “unsecured” shipment of ammonium nitrate – a chemical used in fertilizers and industrial explosives.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows didn't answer the question but created the false impression that Trump can extend expanded unemployment benefits with an executive order.
Mark Meadows and Steve Mnuchin tried to claim that Trump is involved in the COVID relief bill negotiations until reporters pointed out that he's golfing.
Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows welcomed the efforts of foreign governments to influence the presidential election for Donald Trump.