WASHINGTON (AP) — As the midterm elections draw near, President Donald Trump’s tendency to declare his campaign promises fulfilled when they aren’t has come into starker relief.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is heading to the White House expecting to be fired, sources tell Fox News, in the wake of a report that he suggested wearing a wire against President Trump and invoking the 25th Amendment to remove him from office last year.
The question is, will Donald Trump risk shutting down the government in order to force Congress to fund his wall? Donald Trump’s idea of compromise is to doubles down. Congress may believe that even Donald is not irrational enough to risk the midterms with a shutdown.
We shall see.
Trump has said it is "ridiculous" the wall has yet to be fully funded
When Trump whips up rallies with his thinly veiled racist attacks, it is not a new development. The racial divide has been a political tool for 50 years, ever since George Wallace.
When I say that he’s very outcome-driven, he has an ideological agenda, and I can sit here and talk to you about some of the cases that exemplify his, in my view, inability to be fair.”
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The First Hater does not quit. I wonder why? His ancestors immigrated here. Most Latinos are religious and hard working. They are conservatives. Why hate them? Just to feed the base?
By Yeganeh Torbati
Remember Donald Trump saying the he would replace the Affordable Care Act with a better, cheaper healthcare plan that you would love?
It was an empty promise.
Health care experts say that a bill to protect people with pre-existing conditions that is backed by Rep. Kevin Yoder and other Republicans includes a loophole that would allow insurance companies to charge people more based on their health, age and other factors.
Thursday evening, the White House released a letter from Kavanaugh saying, “I will be there” on Monday, the day on which both were originally invited to testify. The move by Ford, first reported by the New York Times, signaled a possible break in the high-stakes stalemate over whether she