A two-day EU summit has opened in Brussels, with leaders set to rule out moving to full Brexit trade talks after negotiations stalled. Meanwhile, many EU leaders want to seize the opportunity created by the isolationist leanings of the Trump administration. Can EU leaders and Theresa May agree on an amicable divorce? Wang Yiwei, director […]
In an attempt to defend Trump, Kelly said he counseled Trump on how to call the grieving families of fallen troops.
Both former presidents, on separate occasions and without mentioning Trump’s name, spoke out about the country’s current divisiveness.
After the president slashed $7 billion in subsidies meant to help working-class families afford health insurance, he showed support for Congress’ plan, then revoked it.
ABC News political analyst Matthew Dowd and “The View” co-host Meghan McCain analyze President Trump’s response to Sen. John McCain’s fiery speech about nationalism and Trump’s apparent reversal on health care subsidies.
The Dow crossed 23,000 points for the first time in its history just months after hitting a previous record of 22,000 points amid expectations of tax cuts and deregulation under the Trump administration.
President Trump applauded the prospect of a bipartisan short-term deal by Senate leaders to subsidize insurance plans for low-income Americans just days after signing an executive order to halt the payments.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders insisted “the president wasn’t criticizing predecessors but stating a fact.”
After he defended his decision to slash more than $7 billion in subsidies for working-class families, two senators announced a bipartisan agreement to continue supports.