‘Battle scars’ are just the beginning for a defeated president and a fractured GOP.
He has made 13 visits to his own golf courses since becoming president, likely playing golf on at least 12 of those occasions.
Former vice president Joe Biden told an audience at Colgate University that he could have won the 2016 presidential election, but he chose not to run because he felt he couldn't give "one hundred percent attention and dedication" to the job after the death of his son.
A Make America Great Again rally in Huntington Beach, Calif. became tense when anti-Trump protesters confronted the march.
On Sunday, he turned his fire on the conservative House Freedom Caucus.
"Do I regret not being president? Yes. Do I regret not running for president, in light of everything was going on in my life at the time? No."
According to the hard-right news site, the House speaker owned this bill and therefore owns this failure.
Trump administration officials and lawmakers of both parties blamed one another on March 26 following the failure of the GOP health-care care bill.
“Justice With Judge Jeanine” anchor said there was no coordination with the president.
The president took to Twitter to voice his frustration. But the head of the hard-right group did not engage.
There's no power center leading the legislative process.
A regular surrogate for Trump during the campaign, Epshteyn will be moving on from his White House post.
President Trump criticized former president Barack Obama for golfing too often. Now the White House is defending his own frequent outings.
Some Republicans blamed Ryan. Some blamed Trump. Some blamed the Freedom Caucus. They all have their work cut out to show the nation they can get things done.
The vice president also praised the president's lobbying work on the bill that failed Friday.
Speaking to a group of small business owners in Charleston, W.Va., Vice president Mike Pence said he was grateful to House Speaker Paul Ryan and House Republicans in their effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
At a gathering of small business owners in Charleston, W.Va., Vice president Mike Pence called Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil Gorsuch one of the “most respected, qualified and mainstream” nominees to the court in American history.
Will the president adjust his course or plow ahead after failing his first big legislative test?
During a floor debate on a bill to prohibit abortion in cases when the fetus shows signs of Down Syndrome or another genetic disorder, Oklahoma state Rep. George Faught (R-Muskogee) also addressed instances when babies are born out of rape or incest.
Conservative opposition to the health-care overhaul was no surprise. A promise of a “no” vote from the Appropriations Committee chairman was something else.
There was no big rally at the Capitol, because the activism in districts was seen as more effective.
‘I couldn’t get them,’ he said of Republicans opposed to the bill. ‘They just wouldn’t do it.’
If confirmed to the Supreme Court, Trump’s nominee fit comfortably on the court’s right wing.
The opposition continued despite President Trump’s ultimatum: Vote for the bill, or reject it and move on. The House Rules Committee approved the revised legislation early Friday.