White House counselor Kellyanne Conway interrupted an interview on this morning’s Fox & Friends to congratulate the program’s hosts on being named the “most influential media figures” and praise the show for helping the administration “get our message out.”
Amid growing outrage over the “astonishingly corrupt” $300 million no-bid contract given to Whitefish Energy to rebuild Puerto Rico’s electrical grid, the Trump White House on Friday denied that the federal government had “any role” in crafting the agreement and placed all responsibility for the deal on shoulders of local Puerto Rican officials—despite language in the contract saying the Federal Emergency Management Agency “reviewed and approved” the agreement.
The White House on Friday confirmed its official stance on the women accusing President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct: They are lying.
Steve Schmidt tore into the White House in one of the most truthful expositions of what’s going on there we’ve heard yet.
At the end of a week of convulsions, Donald Trump is punting on the appointment of a politically inexperienced US Marine general to magically halt the chaos.
The new White House communications director has threatened to fire the entire communications staff.
The former U.S. Representative tells Jeremy Scahill of The Intercept that militarily and politically, it makes no sense “to engage in a chemical weapons attack.”
The former head of Breitbart, Stephen Bannon, is the chief strategist to the president of the United States, Donald Trump. We are only starting to see how far-reaching the impacts of that relationship will be:John Kerr, Sarah Wasko, Dayanita Ramesh, and Alazar Moges contributed to this video.
Reince Priebus asked the FBI to dispute media reports that Donald Trump’s campaign advisers contacted Russian intelligence agents during the election, a White House official says.
The president’s Friday outburst is only the latest in a flurry of assaults against U.S. intelligence.
The operation is not exactly running smoothly in the West Wing, as sources say the problems likely start at the top