The president has a formal system for decisions but often opts for the candidate who’s a “good guy” or airs provocative ads.
The president’s boundary-breaking success has prompted a caste of politicians to act, and insult, like him
Amid the hoopla, some GOP candidates are counting on the president’s visits to spur enthusiasm in November.
As they waited for hours outside the rally venue in the hot June sun, Trump’s supporters applauded the president for doing his best and criticized the media for focusing so heavily on the issue.
In counties where voters flipped from Obama to Trump, candidates search for a compelling message.
OF AMERICA | A debate over deportation and a border wall, boosted by Trump, has gripped electoral politics in the state.
Trump named Wilkie VA’s acting secretary in March, upon firing David Shulkin.
Trump has repeatedly accused the FBI of placing “an embedded informant” inside his presidential campaign to improperly spy on him.
The president said North Korea has not directly told the White House that it wants to change or cancel a summit planned for June 12, so he has not made any decisions.
The first lady is expected to remain at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for the rest of the week, according to her communications director.
The president is revving up voters for midterm elections, but his pitch has little to do with the candidates he’s endorsing. His presidency is under attack, he tells thousands of fans, and the only way to protect him and his agenda is to elect Republicans.
President backs “great businessman” Mike Braun, and warns against reelection of Democrat “Sleepy Joe” Donnelly.
OF AMERICA | Millions of veterans rely on the agency — which is second in size to only the Defense Department —for medical care.
Throughout the vice president’s whirlwind 26-hour visit to Lima over the weekend, he repeatedly struck a compassionate tone as he described the suffering of people around the world, especially in Venezuela and Syria, and he talked about the United States’ moral obligation to help others.
Trump and his policies have prompted engagement on the left, with protests and electoral wins.
The president’s venting on immigration, China and other issues has seemed excessive — even for him.
Sixty-one percent of Republicans consider the president a good role model for children. We talked to six conservatives about their views.
President Trump ran through a litany of topics in a series of tweets early Sunday, bouncing from an attack by a gunman in France to his plans for a border wall to his personal legal team.
The U.S. president said he hopes to meet with Putin “in the not-too-distant future.”
Liddell, a former executive at Microsoft and General Motors, previously oversaw technology, innovation and deregulation efforts.