Donald Trump met with lawmakers from both sides of the aisle Wednesday in an effort to cobble together gun control legislation after 17 were shot and killed in Parkland, Florida two weeks ago.
The trusted aide to Trump who was with him from the earliest days of his campaign will leave the administration in coming weeks.
White House Correspondent Saagar Enjeti joins Bre Payton on the Federalist Radio Hour. They discuss an upcoming immigration battle and the crazy of covering the administration.
For several reasons, the proposed bailout appears to trace back to one individual—Andrew Bremberg, head of the White House’s Domestic Policy Council.
We should be celebrating the Olympic medalist’s accomplishments on the ice, but instead we’re wrapped up in his feelings about Vice President Mike Pence.
Republicans voted to add the very type of spending that allegedly concerns them most, and dramatically increased the burden of government on taxpayers.
My favorite news story this week has been watching former ‘Apprentice’ contestant and ex-White House employee Omarosa Manigault Newman melt down on ‘Celebrity Big Brother.’
Judging by the reaction to the Rob Porter story, it’s time we agree to agree: egregious private behavior is concerning, and even disqualifying, for a public servant.
Rob Porter, a top White House aide, has resigned after allegations of domestic abuse from two of his ex-wives surfaced this week.
How we fund U.S. infrastructure is certainly a debate worth having. But it’s a debate worth having without ever using the word ‘crumbling.’
Here are some of the most shocking bombshells outlined in the memo, which summarizes information compiled by congressional Republicans.
What are parents to do when the president can no longer be understood as a role model for their children? My family has adopted ‘The Pork Rule.’
A simple question on the U.S. census has sent Democrats into a tizzy to obscure their political advantages of not knowing citizenship status.
During Rep. Joe Kennedy’s response to Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address on Tuesday night, the Democratic congressman got wrecked on the Internet.
The paper caved after an hour of criticism on Twitter for the initial State of the Union headline, ‘A call for bipartisanship.’
The White House asked the Guggenheim Museum for a Vincent van Gogh painting. The museum offered it a potty joke.
In this week’s episode of #ProblematicWomen, Kelsey and Bre discuss the Women’s March and the continued attacks against women in the White House.
When Anthony Scaramucci’s concerns about Steve Bannon turned out to be legitimate, it’s clear that the Mooch still has juice in the Trump White House.
Washington Examiner Commentary Writer Becket Adams joins Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the DC drama around Steve Bannon and Michael Wolff’s new book.
Comedian Chelsea Handler is doubling down on her attacks on White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders’s physical appearance.
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