Donald Trump Jr. Likens Sacrifices Of Fallen Troops To Those Made By His Family

Donald Trump Jr. faced fierce criticism from veterans and others on Twitter for appearing to compare the sacrifices by U.S. troops killed in combat to the financial ones he claimed his family made when his father became president. President Donald Trump’s eldest son drew scorn for how he described a visit to Arlington National Cemetery the day before his father’s inauguration […]

Read more

Republican Mitt Romney is the first Republican to condemn Trump Ukraine call over Biden, saying 'it would be troubling in the extreme'

A scandal has been building over President Donald Trump’s call with Ukraine’s new president. Trump reportedlypressured Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s son. Senator Mitt Romney of Utah just weighed in, becoming the first major Republican politician to do so. “If the President asked or pressured Ukraine’s president to investigate his political rival, either directly or […]

Read more

Idea of Warren presidency frightens investors at conference: 'She's not my candidate of choice'

Elizabeth Warren's ascendant candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination is causing a scare among finance professionals. Attendees at Thursday's Delivering Alpha conference caller her policies socialist and a threat to the economy. In a room full of avowed capitalists, policies that sound to some like socialism are bound not to go over well. That's why the recent surge by Sen. […]

Read more

Mike Pence said it was 'logical' to stay at a Trump hotel 140 miles from his meetings in Ireland because he has a big security detail

US Vice President Mike Pence defended staying at Donald Trump’s hotel in Ireland, despite it being located 180 miles away from any of his official engagements. Pence and his entourage stayed atTrump National in Doonbeg on Monday, and travelled to the other side of the country to meet Irish leaders on Tuesday. Pencetold The Associated Press it was “logical” to […]

Read more

Joe Walsh Confirms He Will Challenge Trump for Republican Nomination

Joe Walsh, the conservative radio show host and former Republican lawmaker from Illinois who rode the 2010 Tea Party wave to serve one-term in Congress, announced on Sunday that he is running for president, challenging President Trump for the Republican nomination. Mr. Walsh announced his candidacy in an interview with George Stephanopoulos on ABC’s “This Week,” while Mr. Trump was […]

Read more

After Tillerson, is Gulf crisis heading for a long 'cold peace'?

US President Trump had been at odds with Tillerson, seen as a ‘voice of moderation’ on key foreign policy issues. Washington, DC – US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s removal by President Donald Trump and the replacement of CIA Director Mike Pompeo may shift US policy in the Middle East in ways that could prolong the Gulf crisis and raise tensions with Iran, […]

Read more

Big ideas from 2020 candidates: abolish Electoral College, expand Supreme Court

As candidates muscle for support in a crowded Democratic primary, several are considering proposals that could mean changes to the Electoral College and transform the makeup of the U.S. Supreme Court. Interested in 2020 Elections? These ideas, along with such efforts as the Green New Deal and Medicare for all, amount to a wave of significant, structural proposals in a […]

Read more

North Korea should give "full explanation" of Otto Warmbier’s treatment, Bolton says

White House national security adviser John Bolton said North Korea should provide a “full explanation” of what exactly transpired in the case of American student Otto Warmbier, who died after being released from North Korean captivity. “The president’s been very clear. He viewed what happened to Otto Warmbier as barbaric and unacceptable, and I think the best thing North Korea […]

Read more

After Tillerson, is Gulf crisis heading for a long 'cold peace'?

US President Trump had been at odds with Tillerson, seen as a ‘voice of moderation’ on key foreign policy issues. Washington, DC – US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s removal by President Donald Trump and the replacement of CIA Director Mike Pompeo may shift US policy in the Middle East in ways that could prolong the Gulf crisis and raise tensions with Iran, […]

Read more
1 2 3