White House

Kavanaugh: “This is a completely false allegation.”

In statement released by the White House early Monday, Supreme Court Justice Nominee Brett Kavanaugh unequivocally denies an accusation of sexual misconduct dating back 35 years ago. The statement follows calls made by Democrats for Thursday’s Judicially committee vote for the nominee to be delayed.

WH considers FEMA chief replacements

The White House may be considering new options to head the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Senior officials are reportedly discussing replacements for administrator Brock Long, following investigations into his alleged misuse of federal resources. Reports also claim Long was notified about his violations, and was urged by the Homeland Security secretary to consider resigning.

Pres. Trump calls North Carolina officials to offer support

President Trump calls North Carolina officials, to offer crucial federal aid as tropical storm Florence continues to ravage areas of the state. The White House stated Friday, the president spoke to the state’s lieutenant governor, as well as the mayors of both Charlotte and Princeville. He assured them, the Trump administration is ready to assist their communities with anything they need during the natural disaster.

OAN’s Week In Review

This week has been filled with major headlines in the U.S. and around the world. One America’s Rachel Acenas takes us through the top stories of the week in OAN’s Week in Review.