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Nomination Accusations

The White House is standing firm behind President Trump's embattled choice to take over as Secretary of Veterans Affairs.

A scathing Congressional report has come out, blasting President Trump’s choice to head the Department of Veterans Affairs. However, White House doctor Ronny Jackson says he is still moving forward with his nomination. Multiple sources said Jackson’s nickname was “Candyman” because he would provide prescriptions with no paperwork. Some of the accusations against him include Jackson allegedly being unreachable when…

Taking on the Travel Ban

The Supreme Court will begin the final case of the term today: President Trump's travel ban.

The Supreme Court will begin to hearing arguments today over whether President Trump crossed a line when he largely banned entry to travelers from seven countries, most of the them Muslim majority nations. Opponents point to President Trump’s statements about Muslims during the presidential campaign, arguing that the his motivations matter. Supporters of the ban say this is about security…

Summit Talks Surface

The White House is laying the groundwork for what would be a historic summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

Both the United States and North Korea are moving forward with plans for this summit, even after President Trump expressed both willingness and skepticism in a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Wednesday. One meeting with Kim Jong Un has already taken place. CIA director Mike Pompeo, who’s been nominated to be Secretary of State, met with Kim Jong…

Comey Tells All

Scandalous details from fired FBI Director James Comey's new book have been leaked.

The most anticipated political tell-all of the year from former FBI Director James Comey is set to be released next week, and early details are explosive. President Trump fired Comey almost a year ago., and this is Comey’s not so flattering take on trump. Even the title of his book — A Higher Loyalty — seems to be a jab…

Trump Talks Infrastructure

President Trump is in Ohio toda, trying to breathe life into his stalled infrastructure plan.

President Trump is traveling to Ohio to tout his administration’s plan to overhaul the nation’s aging roads and bridges, visiting a trade union representing heavy equipment operators. Trump’s appearance in the battleground state comes as the infrastructure proposal he formally unveiled in February is now stalled in congress. Democrats argue it doesn’t include enough federal dollars, and puts too much…

Defaming the Storm

Stormy Daniels has filed suit against President Trump's lawyer, accusing him of defamation.

Another legal layer to the presidential saga of Stormy Daniels. The adult film star is now suing president trump’s lawyer for defamation. Monday’s legal action revises her current lawsuit against the commander-in-chief, to include attorney Michael Cohen. Daniels essentially says Cohen harmed her reputation last month, when he accused her of lying about her alleged 2006 affair with Trump. Daniels…

A New NSA

Another major shakeup for the Trump Administration with National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster on his way out, former UN Ambassador John Bolton taking his place

Former UN ambassador John Bolton has a distinctive image and a combative diplomatic approach. His newest appointment as National Security Advisor may signal a real shift in foreign policy for the administration. Bolton will replace H.R McMaster, a three star army general with vast experience, but also someone who didn’t always see eye to eye with the president. Bolton has…

Collusion Collateral

President Trump is beefing up his legal team and taking more shots at the special counsel investigating possible collusion with Russia.

The White House says the president is not thinking about firing Robert Mueller, but the President and his supporters are clearly building a case against the team that Mueller leads. President Trump’s legal team is expanding, bringing on board veteran Washington attorney Joe Digenova who has, in the past, not hidden his contempt for those investigating the president. Much of…

Presidential Gun Safety

President Trump has unveiled his new proposals to improve school safety.

President Trump’s gun safety plan calls for arming school teachers, and an audit of the FBI’s tip line. The White House is set to formally endorse bills that would improve federal background check systems and give grants to states developing plans to counter school violence starting Monday. The administration is also creating a commission on school violence that will be…

Northern Exposure

President Trump is planning to meet North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un to discuss the country’s nuclear ambitions.

An historic announcement Thursday from South Korea’s national security adviser at the White House: President Trump will meet with Kim Jong-Un at a place and time to be determined. The President received credit from South Korean leaders for the breakthrough. It’ll be the first time in Kim Jong-Un’s six year reign that he will have ever met with a United…