He criticized Angela Merkel for letting in “all these illegals,” and predicted that more countries will leave the European Union.
A Colorado Republican snuck out of his own event to dodge a group of constituents who came to challenge the repeal of Obamacare.
One official says it’s because the press is now “the opposition party” while others say it’s just about moving to a bigger space.
Trump officials are also denying a report that his first foreign trip will be to meet with Putin.
There hasn’t been a bird-related plane crash in New York since Flight 1549, but that safety record has come at an enormous avian cost.
A senate committee will probe the Trump campaign’s contact with Moscow, while the president-elect remains glass-half-full on getting along with Putin.
The Clinton hit man turned ally is organizing a donor summit with the aim of building a liberal Koch Network — and/or keeping his own groups funded.
Now begin the really challenging questions.
After publicly commenting on the FBI’s Clinton investigation before the election, Comey won’t privately discuss its intelligence on Trump.
He offers a different perspective on Charlie Kushner.
And here’s a picture of it.
He also expands national monuments at two important environmental sites, an act that will very likely be a rarity under the Trump administration.
So far, West Virginia’s Joe Manchin is just flirting. But he might have to pick sides soon.
This week, Trump’s pick for top diplomat vowed to block China’s access to its islands in the South China Sea.
A withering report from the Justice Department finds a brutal pattern of abuse by the CPD, blames it on “severely deficient” training and oversight.
She was inspired by an early admiration for astronaut Sally Ride.
This will do little to dispel concerns about Flynn’s coziness with Moscow.
But they overwhelmingly agree on one thing: Taxes on rich people should not be cut.
This will definitely prove that Republicans aren’t heartless maniacs.