President Donald Trump is expected to address the suspected explosive devices sent to prominent Democrats during a White House event Wednesday.
Trump is scheduled to deliver remarks regarding the opioid crisis at an event at 2:00 p.m. (ET).
Suspicious packages have been sent to former U.S. President Barack Obama, former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and former CIA chief John Brennan.
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Internet rains hell on Trump for comparing his impeachment to a ‘lynching’: ‘How dare you’
On Tuesday, President Donald Trump furiously took time Twitter, blasting the effort to impeach him over the Ukraine scandal as a "lynching" and threatening that a future Republican Congress will cook up charges against a Democratic president.
Trump's outburst did not impress many commenters on social media, who quickly dogpiled him in criticism and mockery:
You are seriously comparing your impeachment to hate crimes against African-Americans?
Corrupt Ukraine oligarch has enlisted Trump allies to help with defense
A Ukrainian oligarch fighting extradition to the U.S. has aligned his legal strategy to match President Donald Trump's, and even hired two attorneys associated with the president and Rudy Giuliani.
Dmytro Firtash is wanted in the United States on bribery and related charges, and he hired pro-Trump attorneys Joseph DiGenova and Victoria Toensing to help paint his prosecution as part of a global conspiracy involving Joe Biden, reported the Wall Street Journal.
Entire staff in Trump’s chaotic White House ‘on thin ice’: NYT’s Haberman
Appearing on CNN's "New Day," New York Times White House correspondent Maggie Haberman addressed Donald Trump's threat to "terminate" the Times and revealed that White House aides are under the gun as the president's impeachment grows nearer.
Speaking with hosts John Berman and Alisyn Camerota, Haberman a was asked about Trump's Monday threat to terminate the New York Times -- believed to mean the White House would be canceling its subscription -- and deadpanned that the venerable newspaper would probably survive the economic hit.
Host Camerota then asked about the status of embattled acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney who suffered a rough week after a disastrous press conference appearance and an equally disastrous Fox News interview.