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How Trump's retweets about Muslims could thwart his travel ban
British Prime Minister Theresa May ’s condemnation of President Donald Trump may not be the only fallout from his recent tweeting spree. His retweeting this week of three videos purporting to show violent Muslims in the Netherlands could directly affect the outcome of his administration's proposed
10 big political moments since Trump's election
A year after Donald Trump won the presidential election in one of the biggest political upsets in modern U.S. history, he and his team have struggled to advance key parts of their legislative agenda. So some of the biggest political moments since the stunning electoral victory have come both from
Chris and Kyle Long: Hate has no place in hometown of Charlottesville
As their hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia, reels from a weekend beset by violence stemming from a series of white supremacist rallies, NFL players Chris and Kyle Long said the community will emerge stronger. "Coming from Charlottesville, it's a quiet town. The loudest it gets is on Saturdays
Trump will sign measure condemning Charlottesville violence, white nationalists: White House
The White House signaled that President Donald Trump plans to sign a joint resolution passed by Congress Tuesday condemning white supremacists, neo-Nazis and Ku Klux Klan members in the wake of violence sparked by a white nationalist rally last month in Charlottesville, Virginia. "[The president]
Trump to survey damage in Florida after Irma
Trump announced he will travel to Florida to personally see the damage from Irma and held a bipartisan dinner at the White House with senators to make a big push on tax reform.
Trump adviser defends Arpaio pardon as 'pretty straightforward'
White House Homeland Security adviser Tom Bossert defended President Donald Trump 's controversial pardon of former Sheriff Joe Arpaio as "pretty straightforward." "I think it's pretty straightforward what the president did. I think there's some disproportionate coverage of it right now," Bossert
Mother of Heather Heyer, who was killed in Charlottesville, speaks out on Trump
President trump's chief strategist Steve Bannon, a lightning rod of controversy, now out of the white house. And tonight already back at Breitbart, declaring war against the president's critzics. The country facing a fresh wave of apprehension as more racially charged protests are planned for this
Ruby Ridge siege, 25 years later, called a ‘rallying cry’ for today’s white nationalists
Public protests by self-declared white supremacists. Criticism of how police handled a violent standoff. Three deaths. These events recall last week’s outbursts in Charlottesville, Virginia, but actually describe a 25-year-old incident in a forested region of northern Idaho, about 40 miles south of
Trump rails against the removal of 'beautiful statues'
After the hate attacks in Charlottesville, Trump mourned the removal of Confederate statues and monuments.
Trump leaves for Bedminster amid criticism over Charlottesville remarks
Amid controversy surrounding the neo-Nazi protest in Charlottesville, Virginia, the president leaves for Bedminster, New Jersey.