President Donald Trump’s unabashed use of his @realDonaldTrump Twitter account has been met with praise by some and eye rolls from others.
Inside the 18-acre White House compound, the National Security Council process—making key decisions and overseeing their execution—is still in transition nearly five months after President Donald Trump took office. The sooner this transition concludes, the better for our security. In the long run, getting this transition right is far more important than any of the administration’s discrete decisions that have dominated the news since January 20.
Russian President Vladimir Putin sees an opportunity under President Donald Trump's administration to crack America’s NATO military pact with its main Western allies, says a former top U.S. diplomat.
"I suspect [Putin] sees an opportunity to do what military force alone could never do, and that is crack the NATO alliance,” Doug Lute, the former U.S. ambassador to NATO in the Obama administration, said on Sunday.
On Aug. 27, Harry Reid, then the Senate Democratic leader, sent a letter to James Comey, then the FBI Director, asking for an investigation of ties between Donald Trump and Russia. “The evidence of a direct connection between the Russian government and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign continues to mount,” Reid wrote.
Mitch McConnell's Dirty Secret
Senate Republicans are about to upend our entire health care system. Worse, it’s happening in secret.
The public is entirely in the dark. Democrats haven’t seen the bill. The press hasn’t seen the bill. In a bizarre twist, Politicoreported that not even the Secretary of Health and Human Services knows what the Senate is planning.
All we know is that, according to Senator John Cornyn,it will contain 80 percent of what was in the House bill.
Donald Trump’s legal problems have intensified after it was revealed that Special Counsel Robert Mueller will investigate the US President for possible obstruction of justice.
Mr Mueller is investigating alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election and the possible collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign.
As early as this week, Mr Mueller will interview three top intelligence officials as part of the probe, The Washington Post reported.
What do the directors of the Transportation Security Administration, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the FBI have in common?
Easy question, you may think: They are all important law enforcement officials with roles in combating terrorism. But at the moment, they have nothing in common. Why? Because they don't exist.
The jobs, you see, are vacant. Each has to be filled by presidential appointment, and Donald Trump has felt no urgency in filling them. Only this week did he even offer names for the TSA and FBI.
Klaus Iohannis, in vizita istorica efectuata in Statele Unite. Romania, cea mai pro americana tara.
Președintele Klaus Iohannis, în vizita istorică efectuată în Statele Unite: România este cea mai pro-americană țară din Uniunea Europeană.
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Former FBI Director James Comey’s prepared statement for the Senate Intelligence Committee set Twitter ablaze, but most lawmakers did not rush out to react. Sen. John McCain called the statement “disturbing,” but generally did the John McCain thing of trying to give the media a good mavericky quote without actually bucking his party, saying “I think there's going to be many shoes to drop before this one is over."