First Lady Melania Trump’s parents were sworn in as United States citizens on Thursday.
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow and several of her peers falsely accused the White House of editing out a damaging question from the transcript and video of the Helsinki press conference with President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladamir Putin.
The White House is calling the latest line of attack attempted by opponents of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh a “shameful” part of a “left-wing partisan smear campaign.”
President Donald Trump announced Thursday that former Fox News co-president Bill Shine will join the White House staff as assistant to the president and deputy chief of staff for communications.
The White House on Thursday announced its plan to merge the Departments of Labor and Education into a single Cabinet agency in order to reduce unnecessary bureaucracy and streamline overlapping regulations and department functions.
The New York Times angered journalists and progressives by deciding not to publish the audio recording of an interview conducted with White House policy adviser Stephen Miller, citing confusion over its original ground rules.