In a show of unity, a majority of Democratic women in the House wore white in honor of women’s suffrage as President Trump delivered his first address to a joint session of Congress.
President Trump on Tuesday morning said his joint address to Congress this evening would focus on the central planks of his campaign – the military, the border, jobs and health care – and he took responsibility for any communications miscues that have blunted the effectiveness of his message in the early days of the administration.
An attorney for a voting rights group said Monday that President Donald Trump’s administration said that the federal government no longer plans to challenge Texas’ strict voter ID law.
Former President George W. Bush offered what appeared to be a thinly veiled critique of his Republican successor on Monday, as he defended the importance of the media and immigration policies that are “welcoming.”
Former CIA Director John Brennan said Sunday in a televised interview that President Trump’s proposed executive order banning travel from seven predominantly Muslim nations was not going to help fight terrorism in “any significant way.”
The father of a U.S. Navy SEAL killed during an anti-terrorism raid in Yemen demanded an investigation into its planning and slammed President Trump for the timing of the operation.
Conservatives appear fully behind new Republican President Trump, based on a straw poll Saturday at the annual CPAC summit in which attendees gave him an 86 percent approval rating and overwhelmingly agreed that he was “realigning” the movement.
President Trump is addressing the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday.
Vice President Mike Pence sought to rally conservatives for the fight to repeal and replace ObamaCare Wednesday, telling an audience at CPAC Thursday that the health care law “has failed” and “must go.”
President Trump on Sunday attempted to clarify his remark at a weekend rally that suggested a terror attack Friday night in Sweden.