President Trump is set to meet with one of his biggest A-list celebrity fans — rapper Kanye West. That’s according to the New York Times, who reported the news Monday.
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President Trump recently highlighted his utmost support for GOP Congressman Pete Sessions as the candidate seeks to fend off a challenge from the left for the state’s 32nd District.
Congressman Mark Meadows is threatening to subpoena Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein if he doesn’t show up to testify in front of Congress.
The deputy attorney general is expected to meet with President Trump, following the bombshell New York Times report detailing insubordination at the Justice Department. One America’s Alex Salvi takes a deeper look at the controversy surrounding Rod Rosenstein.
There is developing news in Washington, D.C. as Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is reportedly heading to the White house, where he is expected to be fired.
The New York Times is defending its report Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discussed secretly recording President Trump, in an effort to remove him from office. Deputy managing editor of the Times Matt Purdy released a statement Saturday, saying the paper stands with Mike Schmidt and Adam Goldman who broke the story.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein releases a second statement, denying claims he wanted to secretly tape President Trump with the aim of removing him from office. Rosenstein said Friday, he never pursued or authorized any surveillance of the president, and the idea that he was looking to invoke the 25th amendment — as reported by The New York Times — is absolutely false.
Headlines continue to circulate regarding The New York Times release of an op-ed from a source allegedly within the White House. However, the publication has yet to name the author or provide any details about their position. One America’s Luke Glaze has more on how the White House is responding to this week’s media storm.