Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell might have publicly downplayed the jaw-dropping reports that President Donald Trump disclosed highly classified information to a pair of Russian diplomats in the Oval Office on Tuesday, but privately he is pleading
President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey just last week, but he's been very vocal about going the fast and furious route to replace his memory.
As Republicans continue patiently waiting for Donald Trump to gain some form of impulse control, the president is quickly learning that his actions are coming back to haunt him much faster than he expected.
President Donald Trump certainly knows how to spin up his wheels splattering everyone around him with dirt while keeping himself relatively clean, and Attorney General appears to be his latest victim.
Seeing his numbers tumble to thirty-six percent before the James Comey firing, Donald Trump is heading to familiar territory by attacking voter fraud much to the chagrin of Republicans.
Donald Trump understands how to quickly shift the focus of the media, and on Tuesday, in a surprise shocker, he fired FBI Director James B. Comey, according to, according to White House spokesman Sean Spicer
I cannot agree more with the three judges of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decision to allow a same-sex married couple to sue Kim Davis, the Kentucky Clerk who denied marriage licenses to gay couples in 2015.
After one cancelled Congressional hearing, former acting attorney general Sally Yates was able to tell (sort of) her side on warning the White House about former National Security adviser Michael Flynn.