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“Mike is not interested in being a public face,” according to his business partner.
Trump doesn’t have to respond to a report as written. He can respond to a version of his own invention, and his backers will be none the wiser.
When “Fox & Friends” can’t let it slide, you know it’s bad.
The president reads the New York Post gossip column regularly.
It was time for the Journal to get a piece of the Trump-Russia story, and it did on Thursday.
“The biggest stories are being ignored for what I think are reflexive and simple stories.“
A possible lawsuit could test the definition of the most overused phrase in Trump-era politics.
Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough characterized Conway as an attention seeker who texts TV producers in a constant effort to get on air.
The president called stories in the New York Times and CNN “nonsense” and “fake news,“
The sniping between the Republican front-runner and the network hosting Thursday’s debate has escalated.