The Trump administration wants to merge overlapping, duplicative functions, including welfare programs.

The first lady’s immigration attorney blasts the administration’s immigration policy.

In one week, the Trump administration issued a series of wildly contradictory statements on its immigrant family separation policy.

The Trump administration changed its story on immigrant family separation no fewer than 14 times in one week.

The untruths have multiplied in recent days as Trump seeks to create an alternate reality around immigration and other issues.

Department of Homeland Security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen has stretched the bounds of credulity to gain President Trump’s favor. The immigrant family separation policy is the latest example of that, The Fix’s Aaron Blake explains.

The administration’s practice of separating children from their parents has drawn criticism from Republican lawmakers and former first ladies.

On Twitter, the president urged lawmakers to pass a comprehensive immigration bill, while a White House spokesman accused Democrats of playing politics.

Lawmakers are opposed to migrant family separation, but can’t agree how to stop it.

President Trump has cited the importance of pretty much everything in office, to the point where “important” things seem to constantly supersede one another in importance.

President Trump has cited the importance of pretty much everything in office, to the point where “important” things seem to constantly supersede one another in importance.

“President Obama lost Crimea, because President Putin didn't respect President Obama,” Trump said during an impromptu news conference outside the White House.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders engaged in a heated exchange with reporters in the wake of thousands of immigrant families being separated at the border June 14.

The White House wooed Manchin in hopes of clearing the way for Republicans to win his seat in heavily pro-Trump West Virginia this fall.

The White House aide, who was admitted Monday, is doing very well, according to a statement.

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