When Sean Spicer abruptly resigned last week to make way for Anthony Scaramucci, he granted his first interview to Trump loyalist Sean Hannity on Fox News. Reince Priebus, who was ousted from his chief of staff role on Friday is also scheduled to stop by Hannity later tonight, but he made the pointed decision of making his initial comments about what happened to the president’s most-hated cable news network CNN.
[ Originally published on this site as post ] While President Donald Trump has squawked about “bad hombres” invading America, the reality is that many migrants seeking to settle in the United States are not […]
[ Originally published on this site as post ] During the presidential campaign, Donald Trump the tycoon railed against big banks, claimed he cared passionately about the little guy, and vowed to make the economy work […]
[ Originally published on this site as post ] The first of only two questions President Donald Trump took during his press conference in Warsaw, Poland on Thursday came from The Daily Mail’s David Martosko, […]