A White House official on Thursday said the administration had to “move on” from Russia’s 2016 election interference, allowing for the possibility that the United States could return two compounds on US soil to the Russian government.
Trump is in Hamburg, Germany, for the meeting of global leaders, and has discussions with the Russian president scheduled for Friday afternoon. View Entire Post ›
Trump criticized how President Obama handled initial intelligence that Russian President Vladimir Putin wanted to sway the US election. View Entire Post ›
On the eve of Montana’s special House election, Republican nominee Greg Gianforte got into a physical altercation with a reporter from The Guardian newspaper — an incredibly odd and potentially damaging last-minute swerve in a race that has, of late, attracted considerable national attention and money.
Warning: may result in strong and stable laughter. View Entire Post ›
Former President Barack Obama endorsed French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron in a recorded message to the French people.