President Trump is expected to deploy his signature catchphrase from “The Apprentice” when he returns from a tour of the Middle East and Europe that runs through this week.
Sources in the White House told One America News Network that Trump will tell multiple staffers who allegedly leaked classified information that “you’re fired” and could pursue criminal charges against them for putting Americans at risk.
Fox Sports reporter Emily Jones McCoy got a presidential photobomb during a recent Texas Rangers game when former president George W. Bush chimed in as he walked past in the stands during the live broadcast.
“Hey!” Bush shouted over McCoy’s shoulder, presumably during Thursday’s 5-1 win over the Philadelphia Phillies at Globe Life Park.
Fox News captured the clip and posted the “Presidential Photobomb” to Twitter, along with several slow-motion replays.
President Trump’s immigration policies are having their intended effect.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested more than 41,000 illegal immigrants through the first three months of Trump’s presidency, and nearly 75 percent of them — or 30,000 — are convicted criminals, according to the Department of Homeland Security.
The Department’s website features “100 Days of ICE,” which chronicles the increased immigration enforcement under Executive Orders signed by President Trump shortly after inauguration.
Between Jan. 22 and April 29, ICE arrested 41,318 individuals on civil immigration charges, an overall increase of about 37 percent over 2016 figures.
Almost 75 percent of those arrested had previous convictions for crimes like homicide, assault, sexual abuse, and drug activities.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi suffered a startling brain freeze today during a press conference where she was attempting to criticize the appointment of an investigator to look into alleged hacking of the U.S. election.
As she was saying the appointment of former FBI Director Robert Mueller as special counsel wasn’t good enough, Pelosi said, “I’m still concerned that Director Mueller will still be subject to the supervision of the Trump-appointed leadership at the Justice Department.
Planned Parenthood’s attempt to fight back against calls to end federal funding for the abortion provider doesn’t seem to be winning a lot of fans online.
The new “Watch. Share. Slay.” campaign features a new video produced by action film director Jos Whedon, who is best known for superhero shows like “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “The Avengers.”
“If there’s anything we’ve learned from Joss Whedon … over the years, it’s this … every single one of us has a hero inside; and it’s our responsibility to use our superpowers to slay,” Planned Parenthood posted to its website.
On Wednesday, former Democratic Congressman Dennis Kucinich appeared on Fox News to warn viewers about a “deep state” plan to “take down” President Donald Trump.
“You have a politicization of the [intelligence] agencies that is resulting in leaks from anonymous unknown people and the intention is to take down a president,” Kucinich said, after Fox News host Sean Hannity asked him about the deep state and their attempts to undermine President Trump.
“Now, this is very dangerous to America. It’s a threat to our republic. It constitutes a clear and present danger to our way of life.”
Kucinich: Deep state trying to “take down a president.”