The battle over Obamacare is far from over. On Monday, the Trump administration met with two key Republican groups, the Freedom Caucus and the Tuesday Group, to discuss healthcare reform. Last month, clashes between the two led to the failure of the House to pass a
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi was welcomed at the White House Monday. President al-Sisi is in the country to discuss security and economic matter with President Trump. The trip marks al-Sisi’s first official state visit since coming to power through a military coup in 2013.
The White House disputes allegations that a tweet by Trump aide violates federal law against government employees engaging in political activity. Political Swing previously reported on the initial exchange. It all began with a tweet from Dan Scavino Jr.. In the tweet, the Trump aide
President Trump claims the United States is prepared to act alone against North Korea’s nuclear program. In an interview with the Financial Times, that comes days before hosting Chinese President Xi Jinping in Florida, the President is signaling his willingness to act without China. Trump
Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s request for immunity in exchange for his testimony has been denied. Flynn’s lawyer has been advised the request in premature and not a deal the Committee is willing to commit to. Sources add that Flynn’s offer has also been
Presidential Aide Dan Scavino Jr. lashed out against Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI.), member of the Freedom Caucus, on Saturday. Echoing the methods of his boss, he called for members of the “Trump Train” to defeat Amash in the primary. “[email protected] is bringing auto plants &
On Saturday, President Trump called for NBC News to stop covering alleged ties to Russia. He instead wants them focus on his (thus far unfounded claims) that former President Obama had him under surveillance during the 2016 election. In a tweet posted early Saturday morning,