Student's Trump-Inspired 'Promposal' Stirs ControversyA Wisconsin student's "promposal" is drawing both laughs and criticism after the teen referenced President Trump's policies on illegal immigration in his sign.
Woman Who Flipped Off Trump Motorcade Fired From JobA female cyclist whose "one-fingered salute" to President Trump's motorcade went viral on social media has now lost her job over the incident.
Trump, First Lady Welcome Ghosts, Goblins On Halloween EvePresident Donald Trump dressed up as himself, complete with his trademark red tie, for his first Halloween in the White House.
Scott Admonishes Trump To Be More Careful On Racial MattersScott bluntly criticized Trump for assigning blame in a way that put white supremacist protesters on equal footing with counter-demonstrators.
44 States Deny Certain Information To Trump's Voter Fraud CommissionForty-four states and the District of Columbia have refused to provide certain voter information to President Trump's election integrity commission, CNN first reported.
Comey Memo Says Trump Asked Him To Drop Flynn ProbeTrump told Comey that Flynn had done nothing wrong and he should "let this go," according to a memo Comey wrote after their meeting
Protest March In Seattle Will Feature Giant, Inflatable 'Trump' ChickenTwo protest marches -- a Black Lives Matter march and a march calling for the release of President Donald Trump's tax returns -- are planned for Saturday in downtown Seattl
White House Breaks With Obama's Tradition Of Releasing Visitor LogsThe Trump Administration has turned away from Obama's previous policy of disclosing visitor records
Do Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Trips Cost $3 Million? President Donald Trump is making his seventh trip this weekend to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. This means government watchdogs and Democrats are once again seeing dollar signs: namely, $3 million.
How Trump Was Able To Order U.S. Strikes Without Congressional ApprovalThe U.S. missile strikes Thursday on a Syrian air base were conducted without formal congressional approval
AG Jeff Sessions: Sanctuary Cities Must EndBut legal precedent suggests that would have been difficult to do
Washington State Mulling Further Travel Ban ChallengeWashington Attorney General Bob Ferguson says he's going to take two or three days to decide whether to continue challenging President Donald Trump on immigration, in light of the administration's revised travel ban.

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