Kanye West remained defiant Wednesday amid mounting backlash from fans over the rapper's positive words about President Donald Trump, tweeting a picture of himself wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat with the caption, "we got love."
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders on Wednesday defended Dr. Ronny Jackson's record as "impeccable," suggesting the Department of Veterans Affairs nominee's position as White House doctor means he has been more thoroughly vetted than other Cabinet nominees.
The friend who once reportedly gave President Donald Trump a Super Bowl ring privately used words like "divisive" and "horrible" to label Trump's effort to vilify players kneeling for the National Anthem as a social protest, The New York Times reported Wednesday.
President Donald Trump is expected to visit the United Kingdom in July, according to two people familiar with the matter, a trip that would conclude a months-long back-and-forth over when Trump would at last visit America's closest ally.
For a self-professed man of action, President Trump often casts his fate to whims of forces of beyond his control. In recent days, Trump has relied on one of his most often-used verbal tics, using variations of the phrase "we'll see what happens" concerning charged issues such as North Korea.
The top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee is asking the Justice Department to provide former federal prosecutor John Durham's investigative report into the destruction of CIA interrogation tapes ahead of CIA director nominee Gina Haspel's confirmation hearing next month.