“This is a pretty bad guy who did some really awful things,” Sen. Chris Murphy said Sunday. “People that took money from him should probably give it back.”
The Republican senator from Tennessee mocked Trump after the president suggested he “didn’t have the guts” to run for reelection and is now expected to “stand in the way of our great agenda.”
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders lectured reporters on the meaning of the First Amendment Thursday, in defense of President Trump’s recent tweets suggesting that the Senate Intelligence Committee investigate national news outlets.
The White House and National Rifle Association both came out in favor of reviewing regulations of bump fire stocks, the device that contributed to the deaths of 58 people in the Las Vegas mass shooting Sunday night.
Hillary Clinton told Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday that she was dumbfounded by President Trump’s priorities as Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico on Sept. 20.
Three days after the attack, the mystery of why Stephen Paddock did what he did only seemed to deepen.
Reps. Don Beyer and Ted Lieu sent a letter to White House counsel Don McGahn on Thursday calling on him to revoke the security clearances of two of President Trump’s top advisers: Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner.
As the president’s tweets have grown increasingly belligerent and erratic, and with social networking companies facing congressional scrutiny over their use by foreign governments to influence elections, the once-outlandish notion seems to be gaining traction.
“We don’t release documents provided to our committee, period," said Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., the chair of the committee.
President Donald Trump is reckoning with the aftermath of a deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas when he visits the city on Wednesday.