President Trump said a simple private transaction made by his former attorney was not a campaign contribution.
Border security officials are suggesting President Trump may have been right when he claimed human smugglers are fueling the surge of illegal crossings of the Mexican border. One America’s Kristian Rouz examines those claims.
The transcipt from former FBI Director James Comey’s closed-door testimony is released by House Republicans. Perhaps the biggest takeaway from the filing Saturday, is Comey’s admission regarding the FISA used to surveil Carter Page.
President trump says the Paris climate agreement isn’t working out so well for Paris, amid the ongoing demonstrations in the French capital. He made the comment in a tweet Saturday, noting that protests and riots are happening all over France.
The president is reportedly urging South Korea to commit more funding for U.S. troops stationed in the Asian nation. According to a report from the Wall Street Journal released Friday, the president is seeking to have South Korea pay up to $1.6 billion annually.
President Trump continues to deride Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe as new revelations emerge. In a tweet Saturday, he said Mueller has failed to prove collusion after “two years and millions of pages of documents.”
President Trump is set to toss the coin before the highly-anticipated Army-Navy football game. The president will depart for Philadelphia later Saturday on route to Lincoln Financial Field, where the Black Knights are facing off against the Midshipmen. The rivalry between the Army and Navy began back in 1890. President Trump will become the 10th commander-in-chief to attend the game while in office.
New reports say White House Chief of Staff John Kelly could be the next member of the administration to leave. That’s according to Axios Friday, citing anonymous White House sources who claim the president and Kelly are butting heads. They said Kelly could be out before the holidays.
President Trump is calling on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY.) to push the “First Step Act” to a floor vote.