William Barr has become one of the most polarizing figures in Washington, and the ongoing Ukraine scandal has further thrust the attorney general and his relationship with President Trump under
Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney adopted a new approach to President Donald Trump’s war on impeachment in a Thursday press briefing: admitting a gigantic amount of wrongdoing in one sitting and daring Republicans to care.
The avalanche of confessions began in the White House briefing room, where Mulvaney revealed that the United States will host the upcoming G7 summit of world leaders at Trump National Doral in Miami, the president’s own Florida resort.
Mulvaney even admitted: “There’s plenty of other good places in this country to hold a large event. There’s no question.” And yet, they still chose absolutely the most corrupt place to do it.
WASHINGTON — Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer Sunday signaled that there’s little hope for an end to the government shutdown as both sides continue to hold firm on the fate of funding for President Donald Trump’s border wall.
Appearing on “Meet the Press,” Hoyer, the Maryland Democrat who is the second-highest ranking Democrat in the House caucus, cited a list of Republicans who have questioned the need for a wall on the southern border in the past, arguing that even GOP members of Congress don’t believe it is a smart use of federal dollars.