The late Arizona senator and war hero “was the embodiment of a lifetime career politician,” one Trump backer said.
Abbe Lowell, Kushner’s attorney, challenged aspects of the account by the Democratic chairman of the House Oversight Committee.
"I didn’t get a thank you. That’s okay. We sent him on the way. But I wasn’t a fan of John McCain,” Trump said at an event in Ohio, even as Republican senators rose to McCain's defense.
In a morning tweet, the president took fresh aim at George Conway, a conservative lawyer who has questioned Trump’s mental fitness. He later told reporters Conway is a “wack job.”
The Trump administration maintains that the requests are too expansive or infringe on presidential privilege. Democrats say the White House is preventing it from conducting oversight.
Conway, the husband of one of Trump’s top aides, said in an interview that his tweets criticizing the president are “so I don’t end up screaming at her about it.”
The president’s statements fit a pattern of tepid reactions when Muslims are the victims of an attack.
The president took the lead on matters typically left to the FAA.
Li ‘Cindy’ Yang has drawn scrutiny for a business that offered access to President Trump at Trump properties and her activities with a pro-China group.
The president faced rare booing from Republican lawmakers when he criticized Rep. Mark Sanford of South Carolina, who was not in the room.