Trump Lashes Out At Democrats Over Impeachment ProbePresident Trump angrily lashed out at Democrats leading the impeachment inquiry and the whistleblower whose complaint prompted it, accusing a House chairman of treason and saying only "legitimate" whistleblowers should be entitled to protection from retaliation.
Dems Move Forward With Inquiry, Mike Pompeo Subpoenaed For Documents Related To UkraineThe Democratic chairmen of three powerful House committees on Friday subpoenaed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for documents related to President Trump's conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, during which he requested that Ukraine investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden.
Whistleblower Complaint Says White House Tried To "Lock Down" Ukraine Call RecordsThe House Intelligence Committee has released an unclassified version of the whistleblower complaint ahead of testimony by the director of national intelligence.
U.S. To Deploy Troops To Help With Saudi Arabia's Defense Following Attack On Oil FacilitiesPresident Trump has approved the deployment of U.S. forces to Saudi Arabia that will be defensive in nature, top military officials said Friday.
President Trump Introduces Robert O'Brien As His New National Security Advisor Before Leaving LABefore flying off to San Diego for his next stop on this fundraising trip, President Donald Trump made a big announcement Wednesday on the tarmac of LAX.
Officials Talk Dangers Of Vaping As Trump Eyes Ban On Flavored CartridgesConcerned parents packed Santa Clarita City Hall Wednesday night to hear from city, school and law enforcement officials about the growing use of e-cigarettes by teenagers as President Donald Trump called for a ban on flavored vape cartridges.
Trump Boosting Tariffs On $550 Billion In Chinese ImportsPresident Donald Trump tweeted on Friday that his administration will boost tariffs on $550 billion in Chinese imports in retaliation for China's decision on Friday to hike trade levies on $75 billion in U.S. products. The move deepens a trade war that many fear could tip the U.S. and global economies into recession.
Trump Insists US Already Has 'Very Strong' Background Checks For Gun BuyersPresident Trump insisted Tuesday the U.S. already has "very, very strong background checks" for gun purchases, noting many of his supporters "are strong believers in the Second Amendment," marking another sign he is backing away from supporting expanded checks.
Israel Denies Entry To Outspoken Reps. Ilhan Omar, Rashida TlaibThe Israeli government said Thursday it would bar two Democratic congresswomen who support the Palestinian-led boycott movement from entering the country, a move that drew swift rebukes from Democratic leaders in Congress as well as the leading pro-Israel lobbying group in the U.S.
Workers Install Final Panel Of Border Wall Project In San DiegoWorkers put in the last panel on a border wall replacement project today in San Diego.
President Trump, Republicans Sue California Over Law Requiring Release Of Tax ReturnsThe lawsuit claims California’s law is unconstitutional because it creates an additional requirement to run for president. It also claims the law would deny voters an opportunity to vote for their chosen candidates.
Trump Distances Himself From Epstein, Defends Acosta's Work As Labor SecretaryPresident Donald Trump Tuesday said he was "not a fan of" Jeffrey Epstein — now charged with sex trafficking of minors — but defended Labor Secretary Alex Acosta's actions in 2008 when he was a prosecutor in Florida.
DOJ To 'Reevaluate' Adding Citizenship Census QuestionThe Trump administration signaled on Wednesday that it is exploring a "path forward" to add a question on U.S. citizenship to the 2020 census.
Revisiting 2016 Campaign, Trump Launches Reelection Bid In FloridaDespite having 23 Democratic challengers and one Republican vying to unseat President Trump, his kickoff campaign rally on Tuesday night appeared to be more concerned with past grievances about the 2016 election and his former opponent Hillary Clinton during the official kickoff of his 2020 campaign in Orlando, Florida.
LA Mayor Calls Trump Plan To Deport Roughly 1 Million People Here Illegally 'Not Logistically Possible'Garcetti expressed serious doubts about whether Trump's plan could be implemented effectively, saying, "It's not a real plan."