MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE, UNITED STATES (NOVEMBER 09, 2017) (NBC) – Former Trump administration strategist Steve Bannon on Thursday (November 9) compared an exclusive report in the Washington Post which described alleged sexual misconduct by U.S. Senate nominee Roy Moore to the newspaper’s publication last year of the leaked Access Hollywood video tape of then-presidential candidate Donald Trump. Continue reading
INTERNET (JULY 10, 2017) (SOCIAL MEDIA WEBSITE) – President Donald Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr., defended his meeting with a Kremlin-linked lawyer on Monday (July 10), one day after a New York Times report said he had agreed to meet with her during the 2016 election campaign after being promised damaging information about Hillary Clinton, citing three advisers to the White House. Continue reading
Comedian Hasan Minhaj digs into U.S. President Donald Trump during the White House Correspondent’s Dinner, which takes place without Trump himself. WHCA President Jeff Mason tells journalists “we are not fake news.”
Londoners assess U.S. President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office – and they are mostly “not impressed”.
President Donald Trump says his administration will not label China a currency manipulator, backing away from a key campaign promise. Ryan Brooks reports. Continue reading
Donald Trump’s administration imposes a ban on passengers carrying electronics larger than cell phones aboard flights coming to the United States from 10 airports in eight countries, including Turkey.
Amnesty International releases its annual report for 2016/2017, and says U.S. President Donald Trump’s “poisonous” rhetoric has created an increasingly divisive politics in 2016 that had made the world a “darker” place. Continue reading
The White House defended President Donald Trump’s criticism of the Nordstrom retail chain on Wednesday, saying the firm’s decision to drop his daughter Ivanka’s clothing line for the coming season was a politically motivated attack. Continue reading
Kanye West, one of Donald Trump’s biggest celebrity supporters, appears to have deleted his tweets about his meeting last year with the then U.S. president-elect.
Top technology giants, including Apple, Google, and Microsoft are banding together and have filed a legal brief opposing U.S. President Donald Trump’s immigration ban. Linda So reports. Continue reading