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Huge indeed: $107 million in donations for Trump's inaugural
Rich Americans and big American companies, including owners of NFL teams, helped pour $107 million into the committee that put on Donald Trump's presidential inaugural events
Reviewing ex-manager Paul Manafort's rise and fall in the Trump campaign
White House press secretary Sean Spicer today walked back his assertion that former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort “played a very limited role for a very limited amount of time" during the election cycle, saying he “should have been more precise” in his characterization. "He had played a
Republicans change their tune on Congressional Budget Office after health care report
After the Congressional Budget Office released its report Monday on the Republican-backed American Health Care Act, estimating that 14 million more people will be uninsured next year -- a number that grows to 24 million by 2026 -- supporters of the plan were quick to levy complaints against the
A look at Trump's Cabinet picks
President Trump's Cabinet selections include one African-American man, one Hispanic man and three women -- one of whom is Taiwanese-American and another, Indian-American. Here is the full list of Trump's Cabinet picks: Secretary of state Rex Tillerson - Confirmed Feb. 1 Tillerson, a former CEO of
The Note: Priebus asks the FBI to refute Trump Russia reports
Trump’s first 100 days with ABC’s RICK KLEIN and SHUSHANNAH WALSHE Day No. 36 The big story: The Russia affair gets a new twist with the revelation that White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus asked a top FBI official to dispute reports that Trump campaign officials were in frequent contact with
Steve Bannon says media 'always wrong' about Trump, president 'maniacally focused' on agenda
Donald Trump's chief strategist, Steve Bannon, pounced on the media during the Conservative Political Action Conference Thursday, repeating his attack that the press is the "opposition party" that is "always wrong" about the administration. "I think if you look at, you know, the opposition party,"
Trump's Supreme Court Pick of Neil Gorsuch Sparks Criticism and Praise
The nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to be Donald Trump 's Supreme Court pick to replace Justice Antonin Scalia sparked a fast and furious reaction from Democrats while Republicans and conservative groups heaped praise on him, rejecting the assertion from critics that he was extreme in his views.
Trump Touts Benefits of 'Good Relationship' With Russia, Blames Democrats' 'Negligence' for Hacking
Less than a day after getting an intelligence report on Russia's alleged interference in the presidential election, Donald Trump asserted that the U.S. will benefit from a better relationship with Russia and that the hacking is an issue only because Democrats are 'totally embarrassed' by their
Donald Trump Calls Intel Briefing on Alleged Russian Hacking 'Constructive Meeting'
President-elect Donald Trump today said he received his briefing from intelligence officials on the suspected interference of Russian and other foreign entities in U.S. elections, calling it "a constructive meeting." "While Russia, China, other countries, outside groups and people are consistently