The White House has succeeded in killing, for now, the White House Daily Press Briefing and in making itself the least transparent Administration in recent history.
President Trump took to Twitter late this morning to fire his third National Security Adviser.
Stephanie Grisham, presently a top aide to First Lady Melania Trump, has been named the new White House Press Secretary and Communications Director.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is leaving office at the end of the month.
It’s been three months since the White House held a press briefing. Meanwhile, the President continues his unhinged attacks on the media.
The tumultuous turnover at the top of the Trump team is too much.
President Trump declared a national emergency at the southern border while at the same time undercutting his own case for doing so.
The President is an ignoramus and a blowhard and a petulant child but he’s operating within the Constitutional limits of his office.
President Trump announced today that James Mattis would be out as Secretary of Defense by the end of the year.
The White House and CNN have settled the dispute over Jim Acosta’s press pass, but future conflict between this Administration and the press corps seems inevitable.
Despite a court ruling that says otherwise, the Trump White House appears prepared to once again revoke the press pass of CNN reporter Jim Acosta.
A Federal Judge in Washington ruled that the White House acted improperly when it arbitrary revoked CNN reporter Jim Acosta’s press pass.
CNN fires back in the Administration’s ongoing war with the news media.
President Trump is heaping praise on a Congressman who physically assaulted a reporter.
Not surprisingly, the President’s visit to the United Kingdom wasn’t exactly diplomatic, or even borderline polite.
President Trump waded back into the National Anthem debate when he revoked the invitation of the Philadelphia Eagles to come to the White House today.
In the Trump Era, the White House Press Briefing is becoming shorter and less informative.
Another one of Trump’s lawyers bites the dust, and hired someone with some very specific experience.
President Trump won’t attend nerd prom again this year. That’s a good thing.
A Trump judicial nominee who could not answer basic legal questions in a hearing last week has withdrawn his nomination, but this is likely to happen again unless the Administration fixes some obvious flaws in its selection process.
For seventy-seven minutes yesterday, President Trump held forth in a press conference that confirmed the most dire predictions about what he’d be like as President.
It’s been two months since the President has taken questions from the reporters who cover him.
Mitt Romney’s campaign is mishandling their response to the Bain story, and hurting the candidate in the process.