Who Will Be Trump’s Next Chief Of Staff? It Doesn’t Really Matter.
Trump functions as his own boss, and his family still has a lot of influence in the White House, hampering a future chief of staff’s power.
Chief Of Staff John Kelly Is Leaving The White House, Trump Says
Trump’s second chief of staff tried to impose order on a chaotic White House.
Top Republican Donors Aren’t Getting Any Information About The House Republican Campaign Arm Getting Hacked
“You would expect a little better customer service,” one NRCC donor said of the communication about the hack.
Republicans In The Rust Belt States That Made Trump President Are Worried About 2020
Republicans see warning signs for Trump in 2020 based on midterm results in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin, as his campaign considers options to boost rural turnout even more.
Trump Is Pushing A Border Wall Showdown In Congress But There’s Not Much He Can Do
Republicans in Congress have worked to limit how much Trump can threaten.
Donald Trump Has Changed His Mind On Criminal Justice, But It Might Not Be Enough For Republicans In Congress
Trump is endorsing a plan to soften some criminal sentences, something pushed by Jared Kushner and opposed by former attorney general Jeff Sessions.
Donald Trump Is Ready To “Fight Fire With Fire” In The New Phase Of His Presidency
The president has forced out Jeff Sessions. He is threatening Democrats and railing against reporters and the Republicans he thinks have done him wrong.
Donald Trump Can’t Escape Republicans’ House Defeat, Even As He Calls The Election Results A “Success”
Republicans had a good night in the Senate. But Trump can’t deflect blame for the losses in the House.
Hillary Clinton Isn’t On The Ballot. But Donald Trump Is Still Campaigning Against Her Like It’s 2016.
In the final days before the midterm elections, Trump is tying Democrats to Clinton in states that he won.
Steve King Is Beginning To Lose Support After Years Of Racist Statements. Republicans Still Expect Him To Win.
Donors and some Republicans are moving away from Steve King. But “it would take a tidal wave to knock him out.”
Trump’s Midterms Closing Argument: Be Afraid
With just a week to go before the elections, the president is playing up the caravan and talking about a new proposal to end birthright citizenship.
Trumpism Isn't Working In Two States Trump Won
The Pennsylvania and Ohio Senate races look to be out of reach for Republicans, no matter how much Trump tries to motivate voters in the states he won in 2016.
Donald Trump, Hoping To Rile Up His Voters, Is Keeping The Focus On Brett Kavanaugh
The president is leading off campaign rallies this week with digs at Democrats over their treatment of the new Supreme Court justice, who was accused of sexual assault.
Get Ready For A Lot More Donald Trump Jr. And Kimberly Guilfoyle
The president’s oldest son and his girlfriend are campaigning across the country ahead of the midterms, trying to motivate Trump voters.
Trump’s Allies Thought Christine Blasey Ford’s Testimony Was “Horrible” For Brett Kavanaugh. Trump Is Standing By Him.
“He’s the Sixth Sense nominee: He’s dead but he’s the only one who doesn’t know it,” a former White House official said earlier Thursday. But at the end of the hearing, the president demanded a vote.
Trump Spent This Week Slowly Dropping His Caution On The Brett Kavanaugh Allegations. He Explicitly Broke It Today.
From saying that a process needs to play out to tweeting that his Supreme Court nominee is “under assault” from the “radical left.”
There Will Be A Public Hearing With Brett Kavanaugh And The Woman Who Accused Him Of Assault
The announcement of the hearing comes just a day after Christine Blasey Ford came forward publicly with allegations that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in high school.
Donald Trump, Often Quick To Attack Accusers, Said He Wants To Go Through “A Process” On Brett Kavanaugh
The president is standing by his Supreme Court nominee, but so far he’s not publicly lashing out over the allegations against him.
Here’s How That Letter From 65 Women Supporting Brett Kavanaugh Came Together So Quickly
A woman who has known Kavanaugh since high school told BuzzFeed News she helped organize the letter Thursday and sent it to friends in the area, following reports of a secret allegation against the nominee.