Rumors of Candidates for 2020 Begin

Several members in the Republican party have begun strategizing for a possible campaign for the presidential elections in 2020. Many within the party believe Trump will not seek reelection due to his abysmal approval ratings and chaos within the West Wing. “They [Donors] see weakness in this president,” said Senator John McCain (R-AZ). A candidate in the 2016 election, Governor John Kasich, has refused to … Continue reading Rumors of Candidates for 2020 Begin

Trump Dictated Son’s Statement on Meeting with Russian Lawyer

On Air Force One returning from the G20 Summit last month, President Trump met with advisers to discuss how to respond to a new revelation that Donald Trump Jr. had met with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 campaign. Trump told his oldest son to tell the media that the meeting was about “a program about the adoption of Russian children” and emphasized that the … Continue reading Trump Dictated Son’s Statement on Meeting with Russian Lawyer

Amtrak’s Budget Cuts Could Derail Service in 220 Cities

During the campaign, President Trump said he would “Make America Great Again” but this plan does not include the once great railroads of America. The new budget proposed by Trump would cut Amtrak’s budget by $630m, which would eliminate the service altogether in over 220 cities and in 23 states. These states are almost entirely in the middle of the country, and who voted for … Continue reading Amtrak’s Budget Cuts Could Derail Service in 220 Cities

New Comms Director Unleashes Vulgar Rant at WH Comms Staff

Anthony Scaramucci did not hold back. In a recent phone interview with The New Yorker, Scaramucci unloaded on White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and members of the communications team. Priebus blocked Scaramucci’s appointment to a White House position before Trump took office in January, which was the beginning of bad blood between the two. Since coming to the White House, Scaramucci has pointed … Continue reading New Comms Director Unleashes Vulgar Rant at WH Comms Staff

Priebus Out as Chief of Staff

White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus has been pushed out of the White House by President Trump due to his failure to impose order on a chaos-wracked West Wing. Trump announced on Friday that he will be replaced by Secretary of Homeland Security John F. Kelly, a retired four-star Marine general. Priebus has failed to limit the number of leaks coming out of the … Continue reading Priebus Out as Chief of Staff

Trump Ponders Recess Appointment for Sessions

According to sources close to the president, Trump is considering replacing Attorney General Jeff Sessions through a recess appointment if Sessions leaves the job or is fired. A recess appointment allows the president to fill the post with anyone of his choosing if the Senate goes on recess for a period of more than 10 days. However, many Republicans see Sessions as their representative in … Continue reading Trump Ponders Recess Appointment for Sessions

Trump’s Isolationism is E.U.’s Benefit

Since taking office, Donald Trump has pulled out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and is currently re-negotiating the existing NAFTA treaty with Canada and Mexico. This has opened the door for the E.U., already the largest trading bloc, to set global trade rules due to America’s current trajectory. The E.U. is currently pushing deals with Japan, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, and Malaysia, … Continue reading Trump’s Isolationism is E.U.’s Benefit