House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi on Friday touted a campaign to formally censure President Trump following his controversial response to the violence that resulted from a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va.
There’s a line about Donald Trump in Bret Stephens’ New York Times book review of the new Steve Bannon biography that, for me, perfectly sums up both the President’s appeal and his fatal flaw.
Donald Trump was never part of the Washington in-crowd.
Recent events in Charlottesville, Va., where white nationalists clashed with counterprotesters, have brought new attention to a coalition of radicals unafraid to scuffle with right-wing extremists.
As the president’s advisory councils were disbanding, a few corporate chieftains made a case in terms of business self-interest, patriotism and pragmatism.
An email sent Thursday by Mr. Murdoch, the chief executive of 21st Century Fox, on President Trump’s response to the violence in Charlottesville, Va., last weekend.
In a tweet, President Trump referred to a long-debunked myth about how Gen. John J. Pershing crushed a Muslim rebellion in the Philippines more than a century ago.