With an overwhelming amount of lawmakers in favor of impeaching US President Donald Trump in the wake of the Capitol riot, the president is quickly seeing his inner circle shrink right before his eyes, as he attempts to make the most of his last few days in office.
Iran, whose population is predominantly Shia, has long been considered an enemy of the Sunni-based al-Qaeda. Claims that the pair have collaborated in terrorist acts have been voiced before by the US; however, officials have failed to ever provide sufficient evidence to back those accusations.
Since US President Donald Trump’s arrival to the White House, the traditional means in announcing new governmental steps went out the window for the most part, as the commander-in-chief preferred revealing developments via social media, specifically through Twitter.
The latest antics by US President Donald Trump regarding the presidential election results come as the commander-in-chief has hailed congressional lawmakers who have indicated their intentions to object to the upcoming Electoral College certification.
Making the most of his remaining time in the Oval Office, US President Donald Trump has focused much of his time on drawing more attention to the upcoming Georgia run-off elections, which will determine whether the US Senate will remain under Republican control or flip over to the Democrats.
Ahead of his January exit from the White House, US President Donald Trump has recently taken the opportunity to commute various sentences and issue multiple pardons for allies, including former campaign officials George Papadopoulos, Roger Stone and Paul Manafort, among dozens of others.
During the 2017 transition to the Trump administration, social media giant Twitter allowed the follower counts on several White House-linked accounts to be transferred to the new users untouched. Now, the company is changing its tune.
With just a few days left in the White House, reports suggest that US President Donald Trump is growing increasingly frustrated with members of his administration, especially those who have distanced themselves from his unsubstantiated voter fraud claims.
With US President Donald Trump’s time in the Oval Office coming to an end after electors of the Electoral College confirmed a win by Democratic challenger Joe Biden, the commander-in-chief seems to be stuck between a rock and a hard place, as some people aren’t exactly thrilled about him living in their neck of the woods.
In the six weeks that have followed the 2020 US election, US President Donald Trump has - to no one's surprise - stuck to spewing allegations of voter fraud, even going so far as to fire the director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency for disputing his claims.
The Trump administration is no stranger to the red ink of fact checkers or even criticism from snarky, eagle-eyed netizens quick to bash the commander-in-chief over misleading claims. The administration’s offenses became so repetitive early on in the presidency that many outlets created “fact-check” sections to track all the false claims.
US President Donald Trump initiated Operation Warp Speed a few months after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in an effort to establish a quick path for the US to develop a vaccine against the respiratory disease that has claimed the lives of over 285,000 Americans.
The latest data compiled by Johns Hopkins University indicated that as of Thursday, some 13.9 million Americans have contracted COVID-19 since the onset of the pandemic; however, on Wednesday, the Land of the Free marked hospitalization and single-day death toll records on Wednesday.
Ahead of US President Donald Trump’s projected exit from the Oval Office in January, reports have suggested that the commander-in-chief is expected to issue a flurry of pardons to close associates, including former campaign officials.
US President Donald Trump has repeatedly refused to concede, arguing that the results of the 2020 election were false due to alleged widespread voter fraud. Although many lawsuits have been filed to challenge results in battleground states, many have been dismissed by judges over a lack of evidence.
The state of Michigan is one of several battleground states that US President Donald Trump won during the 2016 presidential cycle, but has now seen called for Democratic challenger Joe Biden in the 2020 election. The Great Lakes State is also one of many in which the Trump campaign has filed lawsuits alleging fraud.
Throughout the Trump administration, tensions between the US and Iran have remained on alert and on occasion seen severe escalations, most recently with the January drone strike that killed top Iranian Gen. Qasem Soleimani, among other officials.
Reports have emerged, suggesting that US President Donald Trump has reached a new level of distaste for the Fox News network and is now allegedly considering launching his own media company to undermine the conservative outlet he once favored.
It’s been three days since the US election was called for Democratic challenger Joe Biden, but US President Donald Trump has yet to concede, instead vowing to come out on top once all is said and done.
US President Donald Trump has found himself yet again at odds with social media giants Twitter and Facebook after having many of his election-related posts flagged or labeled with a “misleading” notice.