Trump National Security Team Gets a Slow Start - New York Times
Gen. Michael T. Flynn served in the military for 33 years before becoming a singular and divisive figure in the intelligence community during the Obama administration. Matthew Rosenberg looks at Donald J. Trump's
choice for his national security adviser.
Fact Checking Donald Trump's Job Creation Claims - NBCNews.com
"Because of what's happening and the spirit and the hope, I was just called by the head people at Sprint and they're going to be bringing 5,000 jobs back to the United States and taking them from other countries," Trump
told reporters back in December.
These 7 Countries Are Dreading Donald Trump's Presidency the Most - TIME
There are those outside the U.S. who will welcome Donald Trump's
arrival as the 45th President of the United States. Russia will cheer his skepticism of NATO's value, and his suggestion of a thaw in relations. The Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte, Turkey's ...
Donald Trump, the Lincoln Bible and a Page Out of History - New York Times
Only one other president has used that Bible for the oath: Mr. Trump's
predecessor. Thomas Barrack Jr., the chairman of Mr. Trump's
inaugural committee, said in a statement earlier this week that the president-elect “is humbled to place his hand on ...
Trump, Price, Pruitt: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing - New York Times
As for the transition, Donald Trump's
national security team is off to a rocky start, leaving uncertainty on urgent foreign policy issues. His team has barely engaged with the National Security Council below the most senior levels, in part because of a ...
Donald Trump's transition has hurt his popularity, not helped - Los Angeles Times
's transition to the presidency has seen his popularity decline, not expand, and he will enter the White House on Friday far weaker in that regard than any president in decades. Trump
is unique among the last seven presidents-elect: He is ...
Trump Brags About Groping Women - The AtlanticTrump
, in an apparent attempt at cleaning up the mess, issued a statement in which he said, “Governor Mike Pence will be representing me tomorrow in Wisconsin.” He said he would spend his Saturday prepping for Sunday's second presidential debate, ...
Will he go for the gold? Donald Trump's redecorating plans for the White House - USA TODAY
Nervous questions are being asked in Washington about all sorts of super-serious matters with the coming of the Donald Trump
administration, but one that might resonate in the rest of America is this: What will the gilt-loving collector of luxury homes ...
Donald Trump and Janet Yellen Look to Be on a Collision Course - New York Times
Janet L. Yellen, the Federal Reserve chairwoman, made it clear Wednesday that she believes that the American economy is pretty much back on track. And that, in turn, sets the stage for a potential conflict with the incoming Trump
administration in the ...
Trump Education Nominee Betsy DeVos Lied to the Senate - The Intercept
There are many reasons Betsy DeVos's nomination to serve as Donald Trump's
education secretary could be justifiably quashed by the U.S. Senate. Her long public record indicates she is a religious Christian zealot who does not believe in the actual ...