White House News
New White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci 'deleting old tweets'
Anthony Scaramucci, the newest member of the Trump administration, took to Twitter Saturday to say he’s deleting some old tweets that “shouldn’t be a distraction.” Full transparency: I'm deleting old tweets. Past views evolved & shouldn't be a distraction. I serve @POTUS agenda & that's all that
Mixed signals from Trump White House on health care strategy
Trump's mixed messages on "Obamacare" raise questions over White House strategy on health care
Spicer's leaving White House , not necessarily TV screens
Just because he's leaving White House doesn't mean Sean Spicer won't be seen on television anymore
White House communication chief already at the mic for Trump
Anthony Scaramucci jumps into White House communications job with an on-camera debut fielding tough questions
Sean Spicer hit bumps in road from first day at White House
Sean Spicer's tenure as presidential press secretary was memorably rocky from the start
White House threatens Iran over detained Americans
The White House is threatening Iran with "new and serious consequences" unless it releases all U.S. citizens who are detained there/
White House questioning whether the president can pardon himself
As White House aides are trying to discredit Robert Mueller, the president is exploring ways to pardon himself and his family members from the Russia investigation.
Sean Spicer resigns as White House press secretary
The news comes just as the White House names Anthony Scaramucci as the new communications director.
Financier Anthony Scaramucci accepts Trump offer to head White House communications
Prominent Wall Street financier Anthony Scaramucci has accepted the position of White House communications director offered to him by President Donald Trump . Scaramucci is replacing Mike Dubke, who resigned in May only three months after being hired. Axios first reported the planned hiring of
Sean Spicer feeling 'relieved' after resignation as White House press secretary
Sean Spicer is feeling "relieved" in the wake of his resignation as the White House press secretary, he told ABC News Friday afternoon. When asked how he's feeling, he said: "How do I look like I'm feeling? Relieved." The reason for his departure? "Organizationally, they need to get a fresh start,"