The Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist became known for his wit, not his wheelchair.
“Look, I didn’t need any additional fame or limelight beyond what I already had,” the lawyer for Stormy Daniels said.
The president can’t decide whether he wants to be seen as besieged by unfair coverage or as so undeniably excellent that he can win over the press.
Republican expats are united in opposition to the direction of their former party but are divided over what to do next.
Her argument is flawed but not entirely without merit.
The difference, according to Sessions, is that Nazis were trying to keep Jews in the country, whereas the Trump administration is trying to keep immigrants out of the country.
As cable news has become saturated with images of children fenced in and sleeping on floors, the White House has joined the outrage chorus — while blaming Democrats.
The special counsel seems to be making Manafort as uncomfortable as possible, in hopes that the former Trump campaign chairman will trade dirt on the president for leniency.
The president made an impromptu appearance on his favorite morning TV program.
“I know it’s hard for you to understand even short sentences,” press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told CNN’s Jim Acosta.
The report arms supporters of President Trump and Hillary Clinton with new ammunition
Trump officials sometimes cast aspersions on the newsgathering process, instead of issuing direct denials.
The president and his allies are taking no chances, as pressure on Cohen mounts.
The consistent message from the Trump administration is that journalists are misbehaving when they pose difficult or uncomfortable questions.
Speaking to Sean Hannity, the president effectively said that he gets why some observers doubted his approach.
The president made a snap judgment and when the Justice Department followed through on his wishes, the result was a major loss.
Trade adviser Peter Navarro might be sorry for his word choice, but the White House stands by its message to Canada.
The meeting represented a significant de-escalation of tensions between nuclear powers, but human rights were pushed aside.
The president’s anger at the Canadian prime minister appears to be an act for an audience of one: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
The president has invited pressure and left little room to achieve more than what he suggests is realistic at a summit with North Korea’s leader.