Reporters in the mainstream media only want to talk about Russia, instead of what Team Trump is getting done.
I’ve come to discover an endearing political innocence in President Trump’s tweets.
The success of the Trump presidency will hinge on the passage of pro-growth tax reform that addresses the American competitiveness problem, boosts the economy, creates more jobs, and leads to higher wages.
President Trump’s decision to withdraw the Paris Climate Accord has sparked widespread hysteria in juice bars and luxury spas across Hollywood.
Americans of every stripe should celebrate the Paris agreement’s demise, for it represents a stunning victory for taxpayers and middle- and lower-income families and the elevation of science over irrational fears about the future of Earth’s climate.
After the Watergate era had ended and Jimmy Carter was in the White House and the Senate’s Church Committee had attempted to grasp the full extent of lawless government surveillance in America during the LBJ and Nixon years, Congress passed the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
By withdrawing from the Paris climate agreement, President Trump is defying the left, the media, his children, and many world leaders.
No act by the Trump administration, however slight, will be spared a full-throated “scandal” as declared by the media.
President Trump on Tuesday tweeted that government investigations into alleged Russian meddling in the U.S. presidential election are only designed to shield Democrats from bearing the responsibility for Hillary Clinton’s upset defeat, with Trump even suggesting Kremlin cronies were cackling over the histrionics.
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals’ May 25 decision upholding the injunction against President Trump’s executive order implementing a temporary halt to entry of aliens from six terrorist countries was a political decision, not a legal decision.