After spending months rehashing the brutal GOP primary campaign and bragging about his victory, President Donald Trump has quietly launched a charm offensive, reaching out to former rivals whose help he now needs.
Utah Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz came under fire as heartless Tuesday after the said that along with the repeal of Obamacare, Americans will need to prioritize their spending.
Stronger consumer spending, rising factory production and firming inflation are pointing to solid momentum for the U.S. economy and another interest-rate increase by the Federal Reserve, potentially as soon as next month.
One of Donald Trump’s friends, after recently spending time with the President, cast doubt on White House chief of staff Reince Priebus’ ability to do his job Sunday.
Democrats are spending the opening weeks of the Trump administration trying to flex their muscle any way they can — boycotting confirmation hearings, refusing to work with Republicans on Obamacare and pondering a filibuster of President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick.
Twelve is an important number when it comes to Congressional spending. And when it comes to President Trump’s border wall with Mexico, the number 13 could emerge as even more crucial.