‘Like a dog’: Trump has a long history of using canine insults to dehumanize enemies

Trump is the first president in more than a century not to have a dog, and his dislike for the pets shows in his frequent put-downs.

Trump at a precarious moment in his presidency: Privately brooding and publicly roaring

John Kelly intends to remain as Trump’s chief of staff through 2020 reelection bid

The retired four-star Marine Corps general has had a rocky tenure in the West Wing.

Trump threatens again to shut down federal government over border-wall funding

The threat raises the stakes ahead of a Sept. 30 government funding deadline, a political showdown before the November midterms that Republican leaders had hoped to avoid

Trump says he called media ‘enemy of the people’ in meeting with N.Y. Times publisher

The White House said Trump, who routinely attacks the news media as “fake news,” met with A.G. Sulzberger on July 20.

Venting about press, Trump has repeatedly sought to ban reporters over questions

The president has wanted to punish journalists for the way they ask him questions, White House officials say. Aides have resisted carrying out his directives — until this week.

Venting about press, Trump has repeatedly sought to ban reporters over questions

The president has wanted to punish journalists for the way they ask him questions, White House officials say. Aides have resisted carrying out his directives — until this week.

‘I’m not going to be a punching bag anymore’: Inside Michael Cohen’s break with Trump

Cohen’s actions appear to be driven more by his outrage over the president’s indifference and feelings of betrayal than by a legal strategy to help his case.

Trump to hold National Security Council meeting on election security Friday

The meeting of Trump’s national security team could include a discussion of the Russian threat.

‘Just be a little patient’: Trump pleads with farmers caught in tariffs war

As administration readies $12 billion bailout, the president asks people not to believe news reports.

Ahead of Putin summit, Trump faults U.S. ‘stupidity’ for poor relations with Russia

President Trump’s comments were in sync with Moscow’s view that Obama administration policies and the Justice Department’s probe into election interference have inflamed tensions between the two countries.

After being told of Russia indictments, Trump still aspired to be friends with Putin

The U.S. president also continued his attacks on the Mueller probe as a ‘rigged witch hunt’ this week while traveling overseas.

‘A shot of adrenaline’: Both parties use Supreme Court vacancy as a rallying cry

Democrats warn their voters that abortion rights are in peril, while Republicans hope to rally supporters who want to shift the high court solidly to the right.

Trump claims victory and vindication after Supreme Court upholds travel ban

Trump advocates depriving undocumented immigrants of due-process rights

In tweets, he described the immigrants as invaders and wrote that U.S. immigration laws are “a mockery.”

Trump, stumping in Nevada, makes immigration a central midterms issue for GOP

President says Democrats ‘just want to use this issue — and I like the issue for [the] election, too’

Trump airs his grievances and demands more credit — for just about everything

At a packed hockey arena in Duluth, Minn., the president delivered a rollicking speech that harked back to his 2016 campaign.

‘A blowtorch to the tinder’: Stoking racial tensions is a feature of Trump’s presidency

The president often dehumanizes immigrants and and cultivates tribalism under the banner of his slogan, ‘Make America Great Again.’

‘A blowtorch to the tinder’: Stoking racial tensions is a feature of Trump’s presidency

The president often dehumanizes immigrants and and cultivates tribalism under the banner of his slogan, ‘Make America Great Again.’

Donald Trump Jr. cancels fundraiser for George P. Bush over family tensions

The move came after Jeb Bush and Laura Bush criticized the Trump administration’s family-separation policy.