"Reproach and censure in the strongest possible terms are necessary," members of the President's Commission on Arts and the Humanities tell Trump on their way out.
Democrats said the removal of the White House chief strategist isn’t enough to change the president’s agenda.
Democrats are now faced with finding another rallying point in their battle against Trump now that his most divisive aide has left his side.
Harley Rouda, a Democrat running against Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) in 2018, has asked the FBI to probe the Republican congressman's “political and financial ties to Russia."
“I was removed for political reasons,” Eugene Hudson Jr. said. But he is not going quietly.
Trump's political opponents have seen him benefit tremendously in moments of protest and conflict, when blame could be shifted to a violent left. And analysts wonder whether a president who proved Republican orthodoxy wrong, maximizing white voters instead of offering policy gains to nonwhites, had lucked into another coup.
Facing a complicated issue, legislators want the president to focus and set aside feuds.
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman criticizes the president forcefully.
Nancy Pelosi called for the immediate removal of a dozen of them from the Capitol.
Conservative hosts who have been generally supportive of President Trump have spent the week endorsing his evolving message.