The president at one point proposed shutting down the entire 1,954-mile border, including shuttering ports of entry and blocking trade flows.
Suzanne Israel Tufts, a senior official at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, resigned Friday from the federal government, according to administration officials.
President Trump on Oct. 19 threatened to deploy the military to the U.S.-Mexico border to stop a migrant caravan from entering the U.S., calling a ‘big percentage’ of the migrants criminals.
Trump doesn’t regret praising congressman for assaulting reporter
Trump signs memorandum on western water
President Trump said Oct. 18 that his administration has created "such an incredible economy" that "everyone" wants to enter the country.
Donald Trump’s shifting rhetoric on Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance
With White House Counsel Donald McGahn’s departure, President Trump’s large and ever-changing legal team is thrown into turmoil once again.
The former vice president and possible 2020 contender harshly criticized Trump during a television interview.
McGahn, who is replaced by veteran Washington lawyer Pat Cipollone, said goodbye to President Trump on Wednesday, sources said.
Age is a "totally legitimate thing to raise" in a presidential campaign, the former vice president said.
In a Facebook post, Housley said that a chimpanzee from a 1951 film “stood up straighter than Michelle. Uh-oh, someone is going to make a comment.”
When political allies and foreign leaders are accused of wrongdoing, President Trump often turns to their denials for evidence.
President Trump on Oct. 15 called himself an “environmentalist” when asked about climate change, but said “that doesn’t mean we have to put every one of our businesses out of business.”
President Trump on Oct. 15 said Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin had not yet made a decision whether to attend a Saudi investment conference later this month following the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.