President Trump on Friday announced an afternoon news conference to discuss a $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill, hours after he threatened to veto the measure."News conference at the White House concerning the Om...
Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway's warning to those who want to work in the White House is simple: "Get with the program or get out."
White House officials are confident President Trump will sign the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill approved by Congress despite his surprise threat via Twitter to veto the bill."I think ...
In the last 16 days, President Donald Trump has replaced his top economic adviser, his top foreign policy adviser and his top national security adviser.
Kellyanne Conway signaled Friday she'd be open to taking the White House communications director job, in a marked departure from her earlier comments on the job, telling "Fox & Friends," "I'm here to support the President however he sees is most import...
Seven days before national security adviser H.R. McMaster "resigned," President Donald Trump insisted that reports that McMaster was on his way out as part of a broader staff shakeup were totally and completely wrong.
Newly named White House national security adviser John Bolton tried to distance himself from his past statements on Thursday, mere minutes after being named President Donald Trump's new top national security aide.
John Bolton promised President Donald Trump that "he wouldn't start any wars" if he were hired to be the third national security adviser at the White House in just 14 months -- a claim that generated skepticism across Washington.
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said Thursday that he "doesn't remember" purchasing personal information from Facebook while working for the data firm Cambridge Analytica.
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said Thursday that if John Kelly, the current White House chief of staff, were to leave, Bannon does "not believe there will be another chief of staff."