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  • Sen. McCain declines to label Trump as a draft dodger

    WASHINGTON (AP) – Republican Sen. John McCain declined to label President Donald Trump a “draft dodger” Monday even as he renewed his veiled criticism of medical deferments that kept Trump from serving in the Vietnam War. “I don’t consider him so much a draft dodger as I feel that the...
  • Did White House Officials just admit to violating federal record-keeping rules ???

    White House officials have violated federal record-keeping laws by not promptly forwarding private emails to public accounts, a top House Democrat said today. In a letter to House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., said White House lawyers told committee staff that “several White House employees...
  • White House defends John Kelly, the Chief of Staff for President Trump

    The White House on Friday vociferously defended President Trump’s chief of staff after he mischaracterized remarks made by a Democratic congresswoman who criticized Trump’s condolence call to a widow of a fallen U.S. solider. Facing persistent questions from reporters, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders responded that John Kelly’s four-decade career...
  • North Korea warns it could happen at any moment!!!

    North Korea’s deputy ambassador to the United Nations warned that “nuclear war can break out at any moment,” as the crisis on the Korean Peninsula “has reached the touch-and-go point.” Kim In-ryong told the U.N. general assembly’s disarmament committee Monday that his country is the only nation that has been subject...
  • Trump campaign spent $1M in legal fees in last quarter

    President Trump’s campaign spent $1.1 million over the last three months in legal fees as the investigation into alleged ties between campaign officials and Russia continues, The Hill reported. The campaign spent $802,185 to the law firm Jones Day and spent an additional $234,924 to the law firm representing...
  • Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner host dinner on criminal reform

    PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have begun working with a bipartisan group of senators weighing legislation on criminal justice reform, an issue that’s emerged as a priority for lawmakers of both parties in recent years but without getting very far on Capitol Hill. “The reason...
  • Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins visit President Trump at White House

    WASHINGTON – (AP) — After adding to the uproar over NFL players who protest during the national anthem, President Donald Trump mostly stuck to hockey in honoring the Stanley Cup-winning Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday, calling them “true champions and incredible patriots.” Trump welcomed the Penguins into the Oval Office...
  • White House to seek enormous disaster aid package

    WASHINGTON (AP) – The Trump administration is finalizing a $29 billion disaster aid package that combines $16 billion to shore up the government-backed flood insurance program with almost $13 billion in new relief for hurricane victims, according to a senior administration official and top congressional aides. The huge request is...
  • White House still supports Second Amendment after Las Vegas massacre

    A White House spokeswoman said Monday that President Trump remained a strong supporter of the Second Amendment and that tough gun laws had not stopped the thousands of shootings in Chicago. “The president is clear that he’s been a strong supporter of the Second Amendment,” press secretary Sarah Huckabee...