The largely social-media-based effort has, at times, put Flynn’s advocates, and occasionally Flynn, at odds with his own legal team, which believes that any public attention to Flynn’s case is not helpful as he awaits sentencing.
The Russia controversy forms the cloudy backdrop of Trump’s presidency, enraging the commander in chief.
The White House press secretary plays a precarious role representing a president who traffics in mistruths and obfuscations.
His former longtime doctor says Trump dictated a glowing letter attesting to his ‘astonishingly excellent’ health during the 2016 campaign.
Claims that details of an alleged Moscow hotel encounter are false are undercut by the president’s yawning credibility problem.
Lawyer Michael D. Cohen occasionally taped conversations with associates, according to people familiar with his practice.
“It’s just like everybody wakes up every morning and does whatever is right in front of them,” said one West Wing aide.
The White House has broadly denied adult film star’s salacious allegations, but Trump has been uncharacteristically silent, friends say, because he doesn’t see political damage.
The president has used legislation and unilateral actions to push ahead with a vision often at odds with GOP orthodoxy.
The president hires Joe diGenova, a TV pundit and combative former prosecutor, to join an already fractious group.
The White House’s personnel turbulence creates uncertainty and gallows humor. As one senior official said, “Everybody fears the perp walk.”
The president dumps his secretary of state via Twitter, ending a 14-month relationship defined by mutual animosity and frustration.
The move bring major changes as the United States deals with delicate foreign policy efforts such as possible outreach to North Korea.
With the West Wing in turmoil and her family under a darkening legal cloud, Ivanka Trump attempts to navigate being both the president’s daughter and his adviser.
A day after a surreal spate of media interviews in which he defied the special prosecutor, Nunberg now says he will comply with a subpoena.
In the aftermath of Florida school shooting, the president has had a week of activity, emotion and new positions on gun measures.
The vice president’s office promoted his trip as an effort to combat what it said was North Korea’s effort to use the Winter Games for propaganda purposes and portrayed the cancellation of the meeting as evidence his mission was a success.
In aftermath of Florida shooting, Trump and his aides have escaped questions about a series of controversies. But the mayhem could return this week in Washington.
The St. Petersburg-run effort included fake rallies, false identities and divisive slogans intended to boost Trump and undermine Clinton.
The controversy has undermined the credibility of Trump’s second chief of staff, John Kelly, as the administration seeks to focus on its agenda.