District of Columbia — Less than 48 hours after two mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton rocked America to its core, President Donald Trump delivered a strong message on Monday morning from the Diplomatic Reception Room in the White House. President Trump was in Bedminister, NJ during the attacks, spending the weekend at his […]Read More A Nation In Mourning Receives A Strong Message From President Trump
District of Columbia — President Donald Trump is set to make an announcement at 1:45 PM EST regarding the ongoing trade dispute between the United States and the European Union in the Roosevelt Room at the White House. While the details are unknown, it has the potential to be a breakthrough announcement for both sides. […]Read More President Trump Set To Make An Announcement On EU Trade
District of Columbia — President Donald Trump signed an executive order Monday evening placing sanctions on Russia in response to a chemical attack in 2018. The sanctions target Russia financially, invoking power allocated to the executive office via the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, the National Emergencies Act, and the Chemical and Biological Weapons Control […]Read More President Trump Imposes New Sanctions On Russia
District of Columbia — A District of Columbia Circuit judge has ordered the State of New York not to release President Donald Trump’s state tax returns under the state’s new TRUST act, which allows for the state to turn over requested state returns to government officials upon request. The President sued over the new law, […]Read More Federal Judge Blocks New York From Releasing President Trump’s Tax Returns
District of Columbia — President Donald Trump confirmed swirling media reports on Sunday that Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats will be resigning his position, which is effective August 15th. The President also confirmed that Texas Congressman John Ratcliffe be nominated in his place. The President sent out the confirmation via Twitter, “I am pleased […]Read More Director Of National Intelligence Dan Coats Is Resigning, Texas Rep. Ratcliffe Will Replace Him
District of Columbia — In a wrap to a crazy last few hours in Washington, the United States Supreme Court ruled that the Trump Administration can start using military funds to build a wall along the Southern Border. Earlier this year in Sierra Club v. Trump, a California federal judge and the Ninth Circuit Court […]Read More Supreme Court Rules President Trump Can Use Military Funds To Build The Wall
District of Columbia — Guatemala has reached an agreement with President Donald Trump and U.S. officials to restrict asylum applications from asylum seekers from Central America. The agreement is a victory for the Trump Administration, who have taken steps to restrict the number of asylum cases reaching the U.S. border. The agreement requires migrants that […]Read More Guatemala Agrees To Third Country Agreement With U.S.