Apparently, getting her elected President is not a high enough priority in the Biden White House.
Joe Biden has bet his presidency on a caucus that may simply be irreconcilable.
Democrats are already jockeying to influence President Biden’s pick should a vacancy arise.
They know Trump lost the election yet are aiding his outrageous assault on democracy.
The Butterball Turkey Hotline still thrives even in the era of the Internet.
President Trump has put his son-in-law in charge of building the border wall.
Former Senator and Attorney General Jeff Sessions is reportedly considering running for his old Senate seat.
John Kelly, President Trump’s former Chief of Staff, is speaking out nearly a year after leaving office
As the vultures continue to circle above the White House, the President continues to lash out.
After the census debacle, some reports indicate that Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross may be next on President Trump’s chopping block.
It’s been three months since the White House held a press briefing. Meanwhile, the President continues his unhinged attacks on the media.
The President’s eldest son has been subpoenaed to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee regarding Trump campaign contacts with Russia.
President Trump and the top Democrats in Congress announced a purported $2 trillion infrastructure deal but there’s no reason to believe it will ever become law.
One opinion writer says that Senator Kamala Harris should be disqualified as a Democratic candidate because she owns a handgun.
The tumultuous turnover at the top of the Trump team is too much.
For the second time in a week, reports indicate that the President intervened to get a family member a security clearance.
President Trump personally overrode the objections of security officials, the White House Counsel, and the Chief of Staff to make sure his son-in-law got a security clearance.
A man somehow got elected governor without being very good at politics.
President Trump’s detailed schedules reveal a man who doesn’t seem to spend a lot of time actually working.
The initial reaction to President Trump’s proposal to reopen the government is not going over well on either side of the aisle.
As the government shutdown enters through its twenty-fourth day, attention is shifting to Senate Republicans who could be pressured to break ranks and potentially force a resolution.
As 2018 draws to a close, there’s no sign that the government shutdown will end any time soon.
Trump has selected current Budget Director Mick Mulvaney to replace John Kelly as Chief of Staff, but that’s unlikely to change how the West Wing operates.
Once again, President Trump is threatening a shutdown over the border wall that Mexico was supposed to pay for.
This time, the rumors about John Kelly leaving appear to be true.
There’s yet another rumor that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly could be on the way out.
In news replete with irony, it’s being reported that Ivanka Trump used a private email account to communicate about government business.
Hope Hicks jumps from one pro-Trump venue to another.
Reports about tension between Defense Secretary James Mattis and President Trump are becoming louder, and it’s being suggested that Mattis could be out of office after the midterms.
The Twenty-Fifth Amendment has been in the news a lot lately, but what would it actually take to use it to remove a President from power?
President Trump wants Jeff Sessions and the Justice Department to investigate the anonymous Op-Ed published earlier this week even though there doesn’t appear to have been a crime committed.