POTUS: GOP Senators Look Like “Fools” After Skinny Repeal Failure

After the “skinny repeal” bill failed to pass the Senate, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell lamented that more couldn’t be done to help Americans who are dealing with Obamacare’s failures, but that it was “time to move forward. “The American people are going to regret that we couldn’t find a better way forward,” McConnell said on…

Mike Pence Says Administration is “On the Verge of an Historic Accomplishment” on Healthcare

In a Saturday night keynote address to the Maverick PAC conference Vice President Mike Pence rattled off a list of President Trump’s accomplishments, noting that in seven months he’s signed 40 bills and 40 Executive Orders, approved the Keystone and Dakota Pipelines, rolled back the Obama clean power plan, withdrew from Paris Climate Accord, and…

FBI document dump reveals secrets of Clinton probe as new director nominee faces Senate

Some 42 pages of highly redacted documents from the FBI’s criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of highly classified materials paint a picture of a serious, but flawed investigation hindered by a lack of cooperation, according to a key watchdog group. The materials, all part of the probe dubbed “Midyear Exam,” included several documents designated as “grand…

Ann Coulter: Republican Obstructionists ‘Hate Trump Every Bit as Much as MSNBC Does’

Tuesday on Fox Business Network’s “Varney & Company,” conservative columnist Ann Coulter said Republicans on Capitol Hill were “slow-walking” President Donald Trump’s agenda. She went on to add that they “hate Trump every bit as much as MSNBC does.” Coulter said, “I do think we’re getting a little Republican obstructionism with Trump as well. Come…

Donald Trump Jr. releases ‘entire email chain’ regarding Russian meeting

Donald Trump Jr. on Tuesday released what he said was the “entire email chain” of his conversations setting up a disputed meeting with a Russian attorney, showing what appeared to be an offer to provide information that would “incriminate” Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as “part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump.”…

Comey memos reportedly had classified info; Trump says ‘That is so illegal’

President Trump on Monday accused former FBI Director James Comey of having illegally leaked classified information, on the heels of a report saying more than half the memos he wrote detailing Russia-related conversations with the president contained such information. The Hill, quoting “officials familiar with the documents,” reported overnight that Comey penned a total of…

Trump, Putin set for first face-to-face meeting during G-20 summit

President Trump previewed his heavily anticipated Friday showdown with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin with a series of early morning tweets, promising to “represent our country well” and ambiguously adding the two larger-than-life leaders had “much to discuss.” Trump and Putin were set to participate later Friday morning in a bilateral talk at the G-20 summit…

Sen. Toomey Explains GOP’s Unpreparedness in Repealing Obamacare: ‘Didn’t Expect Donald Trump to Win’

Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA) gave an extremely candid response Wednesday evening at a Town Hall meeting when asked about the Senate GOP’s struggle to repeal and replace Obamacare despite years of complaining about it. “I didn’t expect Donald Trump to win, I think most of my colleagues didn’t, so we didn’t expect to be in this situation,”…

UN Ambassador Nikki Haley warns North Korea America has ‘considerable military options’

Nikki Haley, the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, warned North Korea Wednesday that America has considerable military options at its disposal, following that country’s intercontinental ballistic missile launch Tuesday. Her remarks came during an emergency Security Council meeting on North Korea. Haley warned Pyongyang that while the U.S. doesn’t seek conflict, it is prepared…

Trump travel ban: White House defends interpretation of ruling

he Trump administration on Monday said it was opposed to opening the door to grandparents from six Muslim-majority nations who have grandchildren that are U.S. citizens, saying that the government’s interpretation of the scaled-down travel ban is based on longstanding immigration law. The Supreme Court ruled last week that parts of Trump’s executive order that…