JK Rowling has renewed her attack on President-elect Donald Trump, describing him as a "bigot" while calling on writers to "defend truth" against him. The Harry Potter author - already a vocal Trump critic - laid in again during an end-of-year message to ...
Trump's HHS Nominee Introduced Legislation to Help Company Soon After Investing in It: House RecordsRep. Tom Price last year purchased shares in a medical device manufacturer days before introducing legislation that would have directly benefited the company, raising new ethics concerns for President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for Health and Human Serv...3 participating
Poll: Trump's favorable ratings pre-inauguration are historically low4 participating Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders called FBI Director James Comey's handling of Hillary Clinton's emails during the 2016 "outrageous" and said "it would not be a bad thing for the American people if he did step down," during an interview on ABC's This Week .5 participating Iowa's governor wants to cut $2.8m from a fund for kids and families, as part of his plan to close down Planned Parenthood.5 participating Outgoing CIA Director John Brennan has warned US President-elect Donald Trump to avoid off-the-cuff remarks once he takes office. He said spontaneity was not in the interests of national security. Mr Trump is known for regularly making broad pronouncement...11 participating Also remember that Clinton won the popular vote by over 3 million votes. This is going to be the most hated president for sure.7 participating By Hannah Seligson Not long after her parents' very public, very mortifying divorce, an adolescent Ivanka Trump sat with her father in the back of his private plane, waiting to leave New York for Palm Beach. The doors were closed and the engines were on, ...4 participating A top aide to President-elect Donald Trump called on President Obama Sunday to tell fellow Democrats to stop questioning Trump's legitimacy - and rejected comparisons to Trump's own well-publicized doubts about Obama's eligibility to serve. The remarks fr...12 participating