How is it possible to be seen in a positive light when simultaneously making inferences about a potential crime committed behind closed doors and, then, failing to take action beyond apparently writing a memorandum filed in a desk drawer?
The terrorism scenario is always the same. Events repeat themselves, like in the film “Groundhog Day.”
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich told Fox News’ “Hannity” Wednesday that President Trump’s first foreign trip as chief executive would be remembered as a “historic turning point” in the struggle against Islamic terrorism.
The bad news for President Donald Trump keeps coming his way, notwithstanding a generally bravura performance on the foreign stage this past week in Riyadh, Jerusalem and Vatican City.
President Trump is delivering on his promise to the American people by proposing a budget that will pay down our national debt and reinvigorate our economy over the next decade.
Unlike President Obama, Trump rallied them to “drive out” our common enemies from their own midst, as well as to confront Obama’s preferred partner, Iran.
Utah Republican Sen. Mike Lee, a key player in GOP-led Senate’s effort to dismantle ObamaCare, on Wednesday downplayed the release later in the day of the much-anticipated congressional audit of the House’s recently passed bill to overhaul the 2010 health care law.
The dedication this week of NATO’s sparkling new $1 billion headquarters in Brussels may be a source of European pride, but it also underscores Trump’s grousing that the alliance spends too much on frou-frous and not enough on defense.
The New York Times’ hostility to industry gets worse every day.
Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer said Tuesday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that President Trump may have taken a major step forward in the global fight against terrorism by helping lead a summit of Arab states during his visit to Saudi A…