‘It gets real personal, real fast’: Dems fear targeting Trump kids could backfire

House Democrats have already gone to war with President Donald Trump. But there’s one target they’re skittish of hitting too hard: his children. In public and private, Democrats see potential pitfalls in dragging Trump’s adult… Read More

In Blow to Trump, America’s Trade Deficit in Goods Hits Record $891 Billion

America’s trade deficit in goods with the rest of the world rose to its highest level in history last year as the United States imported a record number of products, including from China, widening the… Read More

The politics of Trump nightmares

by Brent Budowsky The single most important fact in American political life is the degree that so many Americans believe, with a deep sentiment of dread and foreboding, that the Trump presidency has become a… Read More

White House prepares for Robert Mueller’s report — whatever it says

The White House made a quiet but notable personnel change a few weeks ago, moving a veteran staff attorney to a press office that is preparing a response to the much-anticipated final report from special… Read More

John Bolton puts his singular stamp on Trump’s National Security Council

As national security adviser to President Trump, John Bolton has been the chief translator of Trump’s un­or­tho­dox foreign policy views to the vast U.S. bureaucracy. To his critics, Bolton is the hawkish whisperer in Trump’s… Read More

Impeachment Support Inches Up | Monmouth University Polling Institute

 Public finds little new info in Cohen testimony West Long Branch, NJ – President Donald Trump’s job approval rating remains stable but support for impeachment proceedings has ticked up in the latest national Monmouth University… Read More