Hillary Clinton backer paid $500G to fund women accusing Trump of sexual misconduct before Election Day, report says
One of Hillary Clinton’s rich friends paid $500,000 in an unsuccessful effort to fund women willing to accuse President Trump of sexual misconduct before the 2016 election, the New York Times reported Sunday.
President Trump on Sunday wished a happy new year to the people who elected him to the White House — and those who kept him in the headlines.
Liz Peek: What Trump DIDN'T do in 2017: President's hysteria-prone critics must be sorely disappointed
Supporters say President Trump accomplished a great deal in his first year of office.
President Trump is seizing upon the anti-government protests in Iran, tweeting Sunday that Iranians are tired of their money being “squandered on terrorism” and that the U.S. is “watching very closely” for human rights violations.
Estimates say that up to a million Iranians have been protesting across the country since Thursday in what one Iranian opposition group says has turned into a protest for regime change. The president’s tweets are seen as a help.
President Trump on Saturday defended his use of social media platforms like Twitter by saying he does it to “fight” back against news coverage he views as “dishonest and unfair.”
President Trump on Saturday again expressed his support for Iran’s growing anti-government protests, saying oppressive regimes “cannot endure forever” and that “the world is watching.”
British police have arrested a fifth man suspected in plotting an extremist attack.
It’s been said that good fences make good neighbors. But in Aspen, Colo., this week, Vice President Mike Pence has something different posted between his vacation lodging and that of the people next door.
As 2017 wraps up, media watchdogs and political pundits are mocking CNN for its obsession this week with a white truck that blocked the network from filming President Trump playing golf Wednesday in West Palm Beach, Fla.