PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP
Donald Trump lets former aides immediately begin lobbying
The earlier restrictions, aimed at fulfilling a campaign promise to "drain the swamp," had targeted the kind of insider culture the Republican Trump had campaigned against and blocked the kind of lucrative gigs that he had said makes politicians beholden to business interests instead of everyday Americans.
Donald Trump pardons ex-strategist Steve Bannon, dozens of others
The last-minute clemency, announced Wednesday morning, follows separate wav...
European Union's top officials express relief as 'friend' replaces Donald Trump
Charles Michel, president of the European Council, said the m...
President Trump to make Mar-a-Lago estate his permanent home after leaving White House
Moving trucks were seen arriving at Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence in Palm Beach as he embraces his final day in the White House, The New York Post reported.
Donald Trump offers 'best wishes' to new administration in farewell video address
Trump has still not fully accepted the result of last November's election, which he lost to Democrat Joe Biden. Trump, a Republican, made no mention of Biden in his pre-recorded video address, but did allude to the violence at the Capitol earlier this month.
Snapchat permanently bans Donald Trump from the platform
After the attack on the Capitol by Trump supporters, social media including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube began to bar him from using their platforms. Google and Apple pulled Parler apps from their shops for digital content shops stating that the right-leaning social network was allowing users to promote violence.
Watch: Nancy Pelosi signs second Trump impeachment
President Donald Trump was impeached by the U.S. House for a historic second time Wednesday, charged with "incitement of insurrection" over ...
Donald Trump appointees pressure Census for report on undocumented
Two Trump appointees to top positions at the Census Bureau, Nathaniel Cogley and Benjamin Overholt, are the driving force behind the effort, according to the report from the Office of Inspector General posted Tuesday.
How Donald Trump made the fantasy real
Throughout the Donald Trump era there has been a debate among his critics about whether to regard this presidency as a mortal threat to the Republic or a degrading interlude in its decline, a revival of 1930s fascism or 1870s white supremacy or as something more purely virtual, performative and astonishingly weak.
President Trump's possible second impeachment is a test of America's accountability
No president has ever been impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors twice. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was weighing bringing a new article of impeachment to the House floor as early as Monday charging Trump with “incitement of insurrection” for encouraging the mob that ransacked the Capitol to disrupt the solemn process finishing his own election defeat.
President-elect Joe Biden: Up to Congress on 2nd Trump impeachment
President-elect Joe Biden says it’s up to Congress whether to pursue a second impeachment of President Donald Trump. Biden agreed with Trump...
President Trump, after promising orderly transition, vows to give 'voice' to supporters
The nearly 75 million people who voted for him "will have a GIANT VOICE long into the future. They will not be disrespected or treated unfairly in any way, shape or form," Trump tweeted, without giving any other details.
View: Biden President after US’ apocalypse day
Trump’s violent supporters broke barricades, overwhelmed the police and rampaged through offices of Congressmen and senators as the lawmakers were hurriedly escorted to safer buildings.
Trump acknowledges Biden will be next president in wake of Capitol chaos
Trump, who as recently as Thursday morning had continued to claim falsely that the election had been stolen from him, said his focus would now turn to ensuring a smooth transition to a Biden administration in a video released on Thursday evening. Biden, a Democrat, is set to be sworn in on Jan. 20.