In his first trip to the Middle East as commander-in-chief, President Trump made it clear that he is not afraid to name the enemy.
It’s no secret that U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) is one of President Trump’s fiercest Republican critics, but his relentless attacks on the administration are beginning to aggravate working-class Americans.
In his final testimony before a U.S. Senate committee, regarding his decision last October to reopen the Clinton email investigation less than two weeks before the election, FBI Director James Comey appeared reflective.
For all the talk of impropriety by Gen. Michael Flynn, the mainstream media oddly appears to be tiptoeing around new developments related to his counterpart, former national security adviser Susan Rice.
One high-ranking leader in the Democrat Party is portraying President Trump’s first 100 days as “hardly a success,” while another is publicly praying for someone to “bring back” President George W. Bush.
Millions of Americans sent Donald Trump to Washington, D.C. to “drain the swamp,” break up the gridlock and make great deals for U.S. workers. Yet, as Trump strives to deliver on his key campaign promises, he is also playing the long game and looking ahead to 2018.