May 19, 2017
Donald Trump. White House aides often rely on the president's voracious appetite for news to push certain policy agendas, according to a Politico report published Monday. The president frequently peruses cable news, praising shows that favor him, like Fox News' "Fox and Friends," and blasting channels that are more critical of him, like MSNBC and CNN. Trump also routinely reads print publications...Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/bg0woX4
Senior editors at Breitbart News asked employees not to write stories critical of President Donald Trump's son-in-law and White House senior adviser, Jared Kushner, according to a report published Monday by Business Insider.
President Donald Trump has put in place political advisers at several federal agencies to keep an eye on the agency chiefs and make sure that they are staying in line with the President's agenda, the Washington Post reported Sunday evening. The aides hold the title "senior White House adviser"...
A majority of White House reporters believe President Trump has already established himself as the most openly anti-media president in U.S. history, according to a report from Politico.
President Donald Trump's campaign aides say they kept his propensity to get into heated Twitter battles in check partly by making sure he saw lots of positive remarks about himself – and they advised current White House aides to do likewise, according to a Politico report.
Former Gov. Jon Huntsman, R-Utah, is at the top of the list for deputy secretary of the State Department, according to a report published Monday evening. Huntsman criticized Trump during the campaign season, but has the favor of both Trump and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, according to the Wall...
As a gesture of greeting dimplomatic or ministerial guests, it is customary to shake each other's hands when offered. But, for US President Donald Trump there are no norms or customs. In a departure from the traditional gesture of greeting and interacting, Trump on March 17, 2017, ignored Angela...
U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke on the phone for about an hour on Tuesday and covered topics including Syria, Ukraine, Iran, North Korea and Afghanistan, a White House official said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – White House spokesman Sean Spicer said on Wednesday he was personally and professionally pained by his comments comparing the atrocities of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Adolf Hitler, saying he had made a mistake and let down the president. More from Global Buzz Live...
The U.S. Air Force is busy in the skies over the Korean Peninsula, a range of aircraft including F-16's running around the clock missions and exercises.
Footage posted to Facebook showing the horrific random killing of an elderly man is yet another example of how the social network has become a sort of modern-day Roman coliseum for gruesome acts.
Fox News military analyst goes on 'Hannity' to compare the foreign policy strategies of Trump and Obama
President Trump is getting lucky (again) in his enemies. Hillary Clinton is baaack and ready to rumble.
A man convicted, then cleared in the murder of Chandra Levy has been kicked out of the United States, government officials confirmed Monday.
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