According to the deep dive by the Washington Post into Donald Trump’s combative meeting with Congressional leaders over immigration reform, the president abruptly scoffed at the idea of meeting the Congressional Black Caucus.
Former White House political strategist Steve Bannon is testifying before the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday — and Republican strategist Rick Wilson thinks there’s a good chance he could turn on his former boss.
Recently, some Republicans have tried to defend President Donald Trump’s declaration that he wants fewer immigrants from “sh*thole” countries in Africa by saying the president actually referred to those countries as “sh*t houses.”
In a scathing commentary in the Washington Post, a speechwriter for former President George W. Bush tore into Republicans who continue to stay silent as Donald Trump’s administration descends into chaos and questions about his competency arise.
While Trump’s comments about Haiti and African nations being “sh*tholes” got all the media attention — with the Post now reporting Kelly didn’t even blink when Trump said it — little has been reported on why Trump killed the deal which has infuriated Republicans and Democrats alike.
An attempt to try to strip President Donald Trump’s name from a hotel building in Panama has turned bitter, with the U.S. leader’s hotel company refusing to leave the Central American country without a fight.
“The White House should be making the best use of their ultimate salesman and tool — Donald Trump and the power of the presidency — to sell its tax cuts, low unemployment and surging market. Instead, Trump has Fox on the tube, and Twitter by his trigger finger.”