Republican lawmakers vocally objected to an intelligence briefing assessment that Russia prefers President Donald Trump to win in 2020 â€” and Rep. Devin Nunes of California, a close Trump ally, told the President about the election meddling briefing, according to a person familiar with the matter afterward.
A lawyer for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has said that a former US congressman offered him a pardon on behalf of US President Donald Trump, in exchange for denying Russian involvement in the Democratic National Committee email leak. The White House and the congressman have strongly denied Trump's involvement in the matter.
Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojovich, a Democrat who has served eight years of a 14-year prison sentence for a host of public corruption charges, including trying to solicit money for an appointment to former President Barack Obama's vacated Senate seat, thanks President Donald Trump after Trump commuted his prison sentence.
The White House expects President Donald Trump's two nominees for the Federal Reserve Board, Judy Shelton and Christopher Waller, to win Senate confirmation, a spokesman said on Thursday, disputing a report that Shelton's nomination would be pulled.
CNN's Anderson Cooper says President Donald Trump may not have learned the lesson Republican senators think he did after impeachment, as his attorney Rudy Giuliani continues to go after the Bidens in Ukraine.
CNN's John Avlon discusses President Donald Trump's firing of impeachment witnesses Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and US Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, and the President's ability to stay on message.
A private group that supports President Donald Trump's border wall effort is communicating with the administration on plans to build a wall along the southern border and donate it to the US government, according to interviews and correspondence obtained exclusively by CNN.
CNN's Jake Tapper says President Donald Trump's comments attacking Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) at the National Prayer Breakfast demonstrated "ego, vengeance and spite."
After months of publicly smearing Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, it appears President Donald Trump took a final shot at a man who did nothing more than faithfully carry out the duties of his job -- and issued a warning shot to anyone else who dares question him.
With a five-month impeachment saga behind them, White House aides are bracing for the prospect of another staff shake-up in the West Wing as President Donald Trump looks to enter a new chapter of his presidency.
As President Donald Trump took his place at the front of the House chamber for his State of the Union address, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi reached out to shake his hand, but Trump did not take it.