Wednesday’s news: Ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, President Trump submitted answers to Special Counsel Robert Mueller as well as announced his commitment to the U.S.-Saudi Arabia partnership despite CIA findings about journalist Khashoggi’s death. Also, Rep. Nancy Pelosi may be the next House Speaker after making a deal with her most ardent competitor. Plus, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is seeking an investigation on acting AG Matthew Whitaker.
President Trump’s attorneys on Tuesday submitted his written answers to a series of questions from special counsel Robert S. Mueller III about Trump’s knowledge of the Russian government’s efforts to assist his 2016 White House bid.
A Democratic insurgency seeking to force Representative Nancy Pelosi to abandon her bid for speaker and install a fresh crop of leaders at the helm of their new majority suffered a setback on Tuesday, when Representative Marcia L.
Sixteen Democrats said Monday that they will oppose Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s bid for House speaker, an act of defiance that puts the dissidents on the cusp of forcing a seismic leadership shake-up as the party prepares to take the majority.
Ivanka Trump sent hundreds of emails last year to White House aides, Cabinet officials and her assistants using a personal account, many of them in violation of federal records rules, according to people familiar with a White House examination of her
The White House Correspondents’ Association said Monday that biographer Ron Chernow will be the main speaker at its annual dinner next year, departing from the long tradition of having a comedian roasting the president.
As the final votes from the midterm elections rolled in last week, it became clear that President Trump’s near-constant campaign presence helped transform the American political map — effectively erasing lighter shades of red and blue.