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The vice president took heat for claiming "ISIS has been defeated" the same day four Americans were killed in a suicide blast in Syria.
There's no pathway to citizenship, there's no permanent status here at all, the vice president said Sunday after some conservatives criticized the plan.
Trump's personal attorney also acknowledged that discussions about a Trump Tower deal in Moscow may have occurred through November 2016.
Government workers, through no fault of their own, can't afford to put diapers on their newborns, said GoFundMe CEO Rob Solomon.
HuffPost contacted a dozen likely presidential candidates to ask where they stand.
Whether by resignation, impeachment, a 2020 loss or finishing a second term, Donald Trump one day will no longer lead the GOP he has so radically transformed. So then what?
Special counsel's office reportedly not aware it would be key part of the story.
Maybe he can finally get his wall if we "grant citizenship to a BILLION foreigners," she angrily tweets.
The city is 150 miles north of Mexico.
And it's mostly elderly households that could face eviction.
To get his wall money, the president is offering protections for Dreamers and other immigrants.
We do not align with this message. We're pulling our sponsorship," meditation phone app Calm said on Twitter.
After Robert Mueller's team says information in the news site's Michael Cohen article were "not accurate," Giuliani tweets that media have "gone too far.
There is fear that Mr. Trump has supporters either in this country or maybe abroad that have a motivation to harm, said attorney Lanny Davis.
In a rare public statement, a special counsel spokesman said BuzzFeed's report about the president's former attorney was "not accurate.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein suggested the president could be a criminal in light of BuzzFeed's report on his former attorney and the Trump Tower Moscow deal.
Quip said it was dropping the conservative commentator after its ad was "read in a venue we did not endorse.
The "never Trump" faction of the GOP remains a distinct minority.
Trump didn't provide details on what he will announce, but previously raised the possibility of declaring a national emergency to fund his proposed border wall.
Service members "don't deserve to have their pay held hostage by their own government leadership," the ex-master chiefs wrote.