French President Emmanuel Macron’s government is unveiling a bill to boost military spending, notably amid demands by NATO and U.S. President Donald Trump for European countries to pitch in more for their own defense.
From the White House chief of staff to the FBI director, from leaving for a new job to learning of his firing from a television, here’s a running list of those who have left the Trump administration.
Former White House strategist and ex-Trump campaign manager Steve Bannon will not appear Tuesday before the House Intelligence Committee, bucking a subpoena for his testimony and setting the stage for a showdown as the panel probes Russian interference in U.S. elections, Fox News has learned.
North Korea on Sunday slammed President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address and said its nuclear capabilities would “deter Trump and his lackeys from showing off on the Korean peninsula.”
Congressional Republicans once bracing for a predicted Democratic “tsunami” in this year’s elections now appear on the offensive — bolstered by new polls suggesting Americans like their recent tax cuts and the opportunity to bounce on Democratic House leader Nancy Pelosi dismissing the bonuses and paycheck increases as “crumbs.”
For the first time in more than 30 years, the Pentagon plans to develop two “low-yield” nuclear warheads to be launched from ballistic-missile submarines as well as warships, to send a message to Moscow who the Trump administration accuses of amassing a stockpile of tactical nuclear weapons.
In his State of the Union address Tuesday, Trump offered to support not just legal status, but a path to citizenship for nearly two million illegal immigrants — the “dreamers” who were brought to the United States as children through no fault of their own — if Democrats would agree to fund his border wall and limit chain migration.
After just over a year in office, President Trump has clearly established a foreign policy predicated on America’s national interest and the assertion of American power.
The controversial memo detailing alleged federal surveillance abuses was declassified and released Friday following approval by President Trump.