Despite record job growth, the Dow over 22,000, illegal immigration down 70 percent and massive deregulation, the mainstream media still reports that Donald Trump’s presidency is a failure.
President Trump made a surprise endorsement on Tuesday night in Alabama’s Republican Senate primary, throwing his support behind incumbent Sen. Luther Strange over the other conservative candidates running just one week before election day.
I realized as I wrote this that I’ve never met a Kelly I didn’t like, who wasn’t admirable.
A new round of White House intrigue has erupted around a letter National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster sent to his Obama predecessor Susan Rice giving her continued access to classified information, but his backers say the letter was standard operatin…
I follow the news closely, but until I researched this column, I didn’t know that Congress actually raised spending on the very agencies Trump wanted to cut.
Democrats have no idea how to win back the Rust Belt voters who propelled the ultimate political outsider, Donald J. Trump, to the presidency.
The media may be awash in stories describing the White House as being in chaos — especially with a communications director who lasted 11 days — but President Trump has a drastically different view: “Highest Stock Market EVER, best economic numbers in years, unemployment lowest in 17 years, wages raising, border secure, S.C.: No WH chaos!”
Anthony Scaramucci’s brief tenure as communications director showed him to be unfit for that role.
Retired Gen. John Kelly made it very clear he was in charge as White House chief of staff on is first day on the job Monday.
Early last week, a friend who is generally supportive of President Trump offered his view that the president had only one move remaining — firing special counsel Robert Mueller.