There are growing whispers that if John Kelly is eased out or bails out as White House chief of staff, the job could go to Corey Lewandowski.
The White House has been rocked by many self-destructive leaks—any "idiot" can see that—but the spilling of the Robert Mueller questions is in a whole different category.
It was just like the old days, when Donald Trump would call into "Fox & Friends" and say whatever was on his mind.
Donald Trump, as candidate and as president, has been a brawler, calling critics idiots, morons, psychos, SOBs and, in the case of the media, scum.
Ronny Jackson may have declared Donald Trump to be in fantastic health, but his own nomination is seriously ailing.
On paper, there is simply no question: Mike Pompeo is qualified to be secretary of State.
President Trump just came out and said it.
It's understandable, perhaps, that much of the press is playing the latest back-and-forth on Russian sanctions as a personal slap at Nikki Haley.
I've been watching hours and hours of nonstop coverage about Sean Hannity.
James Comey, whose public persona is based on the image of an upright G-man, has tarnished his own halo.
James Comey's book tour hasn't even started and it's already becoming ground zero in the political and media war over President Trump.
Paul Ryan is one of those rare politicians who really does want to spend more time with his family.
The dramatic FBI raid on Michael Cohen's office and hotel room was a grandstanding move, no question about it.
A number of President Trump’s top appointees have been battling allegations of misconduct, from petty to profound, creating a growing distraction for his administration.
President Trump has been making some dramatic moves lately, leaving his out-of-the-loop aides scrambling to either catch up or change his mind.
Donald Trump isn't the first president to take on a business or industry he doesn't like.
The president is once again on a tear against the press.
President Trump declared in an Easter tweet that "DACA is dead."
This is how the firing of the VA secretary could have been framed: David Shulkin had gotten himself in a heap of trouble.
You might think a 93-year-old guy who hasn't been heard from in years wouldn't have the firepower to influence the gun control debate.