Jimmy Fallon donates to refugees after Trump tells him to 'be a man'
Jimmy Fallon donates to refugees after Trump tells him to 'be a man'
Tyler MacDonald - Oct 05, 2018
Jimmy Fallon donated to refugees under Donald Trump's name after the President told him to "be a man."
Tyler MacDonald - Oct 05, 2018
David Lynch spoke on Donald Trump and his belief that he could be "one of the greatest Presidents in history'."
Sonnet Swire - Sep 26, 2018
The meeting about election security comes about a week after Trump appeared to raise doubts about the intelligence community's conclusion that Russia is continuing to target the US.
Delila James - Sep 24, 2018
Last month, House Republicans also shot down a request for additional funds to bolster election security.
Delila James - Sep 24, 2018
Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani said the president was merely expressing his opinion.
Lagboye Kadiri - Sep 24, 2018
President Donald Trump on Thursday told lawmakers that he wants to scrap a pay raise for civilian federal.
Delila James - Sep 14, 2018
Slaughter, a microbiologist, was serving her 16th term in Congress and was dean of the New York congressional delegation.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 11, 2018
The order, to be issued by during a presidential visit, will call on the Treasury Department to review its rules for mandatory withdrawals from 401(k) plans and individual retirement accounts.
Delila James - Sep 08, 2018
Republican lawmakers expressed frustration with the Trump administration's trade war.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 07, 2018
Grassley's request to Feinstein comes amid a weeks-long battle over Kavanaugh's sprawling paper trail from his five years in the George W. Bush administration
Lagboye Kadiri - Sep 04, 2018
Sen. John McCain body has left Arizona for the last time for his final resting place in Washington D.C.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
Cohen could testify in front of the Senate before his scheduled sentencing hearing in December of this year.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
The discussion came as the governor weighs whom to appoint to the seat following the death of the late Arizona Sen. John McCain.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
The Texas senator faces a tough reelection race against O'Rourke, who has continued to gain-momentum in polls.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
The president announced on Wednesday that White House counsel Don McGahn would leave the administration this fall. Thursday morning he unleashed a Twitter tirade decrying the negative coverage of McGahn's exit.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
Trump caused a ruckus on Thursday when he sent a letter to Congress alerting of his intention to cancel a scheduled increase in federal pay for government workers.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
Trump's attack on the media came only hours after The Toronto Star reported that Trump privately said he wouldn't compromise in regards to trade with Canada.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
The rally comes the day after the President announced that his White House counsel, Don McGahn, would be departing later this year.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
DHS Secretary Nielsen canceled El Salvador's TPS designation in January,but gave beneficiaries 18 months to find a new immigration status or leave the U.S.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
President Trump directed the Army Corps to issue the pipeline's final permits shortly after taking office in January 2017.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
McCain said in the months before his death that he regretted not picking then-Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman as his running mate in the 2008 presidential election, rather than Sarah Palin.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
The-robocall reportedly featured a minstrel-style voice mocking Gillum-with jungle noises that played in the background.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
Friday marked the first day of two days of tributes to McCain by official Washington, a gesture on a scale normally given to a deceased president.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
DACA is an Obama-era executive order that protected undocumented immigrants who came to the country as children from deportation. President Trump tried to reverse the order in 2017, but federal judges have upheld the program.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
Trump'sinitial condolences expressed for McCain did not include any praise for the late senator who died Saturday after being diagnosed with brain cancer.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
After McCain's death on Saturday, several of his colleagues proposed renaming the senate building to honor his service.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
Giuliani said they don't know what Mueller is up to or the timing of any special counsel report. But they are working on a rebuttal.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
The committee passed the milestone early Tuesday morning, 10 weeks before the polls even open on Election Day in November.
Sonnet Swire - Aug 31, 2018
West Virginia has a "sore loser" law preventing major-party primary losers from running on another ticket.
Sonnet Swire - Aug 31, 2018
McGahn has played a central role in the administration's efforts to appoint conservative judges to federal courts, and colleagues of McGahn describe him as a steady force in a White House.
Rick Docksai - Aug 31, 2018
The U.S. and South Korean military forces may resume joint exercises next year, despite President Trump's suspension of exercises during the June summit with North Korea.
Sonnet Swire - Aug 31, 2018
The special counsel asked the court's permission to review "four documents," and it's not clear what those messages contain.
Sonnet Swire - Aug 31, 2018
The memorial service in Arizona is the first of a days-long procession for Sen. John McCain, who died on Saturday after battling an aggressive form of brain cancer.
Lagboye Kadiri - Aug 29, 2018
President Trump's son-in-law and current adviser Jared Kushner Companies has been hit with $210 000 fines.
Rick Docksai - Aug 28, 2018
The U.S. government's top student-loan official resigned Monday and blamed the Trump administration, whom he accused of of "betraying" student-loan borrowers and selling out to lenders.
Lagboye Kadiri - Aug 28, 2018
Seven people have been arrested Saturday during fights at a University campus where protesters earlier in the week.
Rick Sarlat - Aug 24, 2018
Rep. Beto O'Rourke says NFL players have every right to demonstrate peacefully.
Leah Williams - Aug 23, 2018
Amid an ongoing White House scandal, President Trump ridicules ESPN's 'terrible' decision to not televise the national anthem during Monday Night Football games.
Rick Docksai - Aug 21, 2018
A Defense Department spokesman said Monday that President Trump had not yet been briefed on the military parade's cost when he cancelled it last week--contradicting Trump's Friday tweet, which blamed DC politicians for charging too much money.
Delila James - Aug 20, 2018
The judge in the Manfort trial has received threats about the case.
Delila James - Aug 16, 2018
Sanders told reporters the administration is currently evaluating clearances.
Sonnet Swire - Oct 10, 2018
Following four months of scandal and media scrutiny, Texas GOP Rep. Blake Farenthold resigned Friday after he settled a sexual harassment lawsuit with taxpayer money.
Rick Docksai - Oct 05, 2018
After calling on Democrats and Republicans last week to work together to reform immigration law, President Trump tweeted Sunday.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 26, 2018
Mueller is reportedly investigating whether President Trump obstructed justice.
Delila James - Sep 24, 2018
Trump initially teased the possibility of a government shutdown in tweet on Sunday.
Delila James - Sep 24, 2018
The phony accounts organized dozens of real-time events and at least one of the pages had nearly 300,000 followers, Facebook said.
Delila James - Sep 22, 2018
The judge ruled that imposing a gag order in a non-criminal procedure would violate Avenatti's right to free speech.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 17, 2018
Internationally respected after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 for his leadership, Giuliani now is the most visible defender of President Trump, and is seen as lessening his credibility.
Rick Docksai - Sep 08, 2018
Ted Cruz's is in a much more competitive race than expected to retain his Senate seat, with a new Emerson poll showing him ahead of his Democratic challenger by only one point.
Lagboye Kadiri - Sep 08, 2018
The United States has argued that the United Nation's top court has no jurisdiction to rule in favor of Iran.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 07, 2018
Joe Biden, former vice president and longtime friend of John McCain, eulogized his departed friend at a memorial service in Phoenix on Thursday.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
Though the Toronto Star noted that Bloomberg accepted Trump's request not to reveal the remarks, the Canadian publication itself made no such agreement.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
Trump is reported to promote an official tied to Sen. Rubio to lead Western Hemisphere Affairs at the National Security Council, making him the fourth member of an unofficial team of top Cuba hardliners.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
The president regularly bashes Sessions for recusing himself from overseeing special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe. Trump has assailed the probe as a "witch hunt."
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
Trump's approval rating is down four points from April, when Trump's approval rating was 40 percent and his disapproval rating was 56 percent.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
It's not clear why McCain chose to not invite his formerly high ranking and high profile aides before his death.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
The charges-stem from his work lobbying on behalf of a political party in Ukraine between 2014 and 2018.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
Harvard is defending its policies against a lawsuit accusing the school of discriminating against Asian-American applicants, which is supported by Ed Blum, a prominent anti-affirmative action activist who has pushed past efforts to end affirmative action.
Sonnet Swire - Sep 02, 2018
Top democrats on the Judiciary and Oversight Committees, respectively, say republicans also violated House rules by sharing the Ohr-related documents because they never provided copies to Democrats.
Rick Docksai - Aug 31, 2018
Less than a day after his defense secretary said U.S.-South Korean military exercises might resume, President Trump said there is no need for them as his relationship with North Korea's Kim Jong Un is "good" and "warm."
Rick Docksai - Aug 31, 2018
Immigration officials said that, due to a massive backlog of H-1B visa applications, they will suspend expedited approval of any new applications until February of next year.
Rick Sarlat - Aug 28, 2018
"You have to respect the office. No matter who is in the office," Woods says.
Samantha Costanzo - Aug 23, 2018
Trump most recently played "Livin' on the Edge" as attendees at his rally in West Virginia entered the Charleston Civic Center on August 21.
Rick Docksai - Aug 23, 2018
President Trump had a direct hand in the hush-money payments that Michael Cohen arranged to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal, and it is provable, said Cohen's attorney, Lanny Davis, which means that Trump himself is directly implicated in committing a crime.
Rick Docksai - Aug 23, 2018
The Democratic National Committee told the FBI on Wednesday that hackers have just attempted another attack on its voter database much like the one in 2016.
Samantha Costanzo - Aug 16, 2018
The accounts are also suspended from Periscope, a Twitter-owned live streaming platform.
Sonnet Swire - Aug 15, 2018
Manafort could face up to 10 years in prison for tax fraud alone based on the level of the offense and his criminal history.
Rick Docksai - Aug 09, 2018
The Trump administration is imposing sanctions on Russia, albeit only after repeated pressure from Congress, for the poisoning of an ex-spy and his daughter in the U.K. last year.
Ephy Mukundi - Aug 08, 2018
Rosie O'Donnell leads anti-Trump Broadway sing-along at the White House.
Sonnet Swire - Aug 06, 2018
"I think Donald Trump decides where he wants to go," the Republican Ohio governor said in an interview.
Rick Docksai - Aug 06, 2018
Eight months after President Trump's tax cut went into effect, wage growth nationwide is stalling out at less than a percentage point higher than inflation.
Sonnet Swire - Aug 02, 2018
Trump also accused special counsel Robert Mueller of being "totally conflicted," in a series of tweets without offering evidence for his claims.
Rick Docksai - Aug 01, 2018
A right-of-center think tank report critiquing the potential costs of single-payer national health insurance found that it could lower health-care spending overall by $2 trillion or more over the next decade.
Sonnet Swire - Aug 01, 2018
The 18 counts facing the former Trump campaign chairman include allegedly laundering $30 million from work for pro-Russian Ukrainian politicians and hiding money overseas to avoid paying U.S. taxes.
Lagboye Kadiri - Jul 28, 2018
President Donald Trump on Thursday accused Twitter of "discriminatory and illegal practice," vowing in a tweet to look into the matter.
Sonnet Swire - Jul 27, 2018
While the impeachment option remains on the table, Meadows is walking back his articles of impeachment move by saying he hopes it will be a contempt process instead, after discussions with House leadership.
Sonnet Swire - Jul 26, 2018
An internal White House email said that the president caused "a bit of a stir" on Air Force One because the television was tuned in to CNN.
Lagboye Kadiri - Jul 26, 2018
Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell has issued a strong warning to Moscow that more sanctions.
Lagboye Kadiri - Jul 26, 2018
Russia on Tuesday remained silent about whether it would accept an invitation from U.S. President Donald Trump.
Sonnet Swire - Jul 26, 2018
Pompeo accused Russia of breaking globally agreed upon principles in 2014 when it invaded Ukraine and annexed the Crimean peninsula.
Samantha Costanzo - Jul 26, 2018
Republican state representative Jason Spencer has resigned after yelling the n-word and showing his rear on Sacha Baron Cohen's show-Who Is America?
Lagboye Kadiri - Jul 25, 2018
Paul Manafort, Trump's former campaign chairman is about to face the toughest challenge in his career as he face a federal judge.
Lagboye Kadiri - Jul 25, 2018
The Iran government on Monday responded to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's comments.
Lagboye Kadiri - Jul 25, 2018
For threatening the United States, President Donald Trump has warned Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
Lagboye Kadiri - Jul 25, 2018
Rwanda's President Paul Kagame on Monday hosted two world leaders, China's President Xi Jinping.
Sonnet Swire - Jul 24, 2018
Ryan, the republican House speaker, has consistently stated that Putin is "not our ally" and believes Russia tried to interfere with the 2016 election.
Delila James - Jul 24, 2018
Clapper called the threat to revoke his security clearance "a very, very petty thing to do."
Lagboye Kadiri - Jul 20, 2018
President Donald Trump in a tweet on Wednesday said Russia has agreed to help improve relations with North Korea.
Sonnet Swire - Jul 19, 2018
If Putin accepts the invitation, the trip would mark his first visit to the White House in more than a decade.
Sonnet Swire - Jul 19, 2018
Nielsen underscored her support for the election interference assessment, but sidestepped whether Russia's motive was to help Trump and hurt his Democratic opponent.
Lagboye Kadiri - Jul 19, 2018
President Trump has told a British interviewer Piers Morgan that Queen Elizabeth II told him Brexit is "complex".