President Trump's re-election campaign raises $10 million in 2018, $3.9 million spent in first quarter
Monday, 16 April 2018 US President Donald Trump's re-election campaign raised US $10 million in the first quarter of the year, leaving his re-election operation with US $28 million in cash, his campaign disclosed on Sunday.
During a joint news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on April 18 at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, President Trump said that “our campaign of maximum pressure will continue until North Korea denuclearizes.”
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some of U.S. President Donald Trump's closest conservative allies in Congress called for the appointment of a second special counsel on... Reuters India - WorldAlso reported by •DNA •SBS
President Trump said Tuesday the FBI's use of an informant during his campaign is a "disgrace." CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid joined CBSN to discuss why GOP lawmakers are meeting with.. Source: CBSN -
President Trump has admonished pharmaceutical companies since the 2016 campaign, and has insisted since then his administration will bring down prescription prices. Sarah Jane Tribble of Kaiser Health.. Source: CBSN -
Veteran "60 Minutes" reporter Lesley Stahl shared some insight into President Trump this week.
Stahl was asked about her first sit-down interview with Trump at a journalism awards event.
Stahl said.. Source: Wochit -
President Trump doubled down on his unsubstantiated theory Tuesday that the FBI planted "spies" in his campaign, claiming "a lot of people are saying" that's the case. Source: NYDN (New York Daily News) -
The conspiracy theories around Melania Trump continue to serve as internet fodder.
A number of conspiracies have been associated with Melania since her husband's 2016 election.
There's the persistent.. Source: Wochit -
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two Republican lawmakers, and no Democrats, are expected to attend a meeting scheduled for Thursday to review classified information relating to U.S. President Donald Trump’s.. Source: Wochit -
President Donald Trump is all in on pushing the idea, accurate or not, that the FBI may have inserted a spy into his campaign. On Tuesday, he teased the idea again, on the odd occasion of a meeting.. Source: Wochit -