New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady said he believes President Donald Trump’s comments about NFL players are “divisive” and on Monday said he supports those NFL players who are protesting during the national anthem.
Sen. Luther Strange and Roy Moore are into the final hours of a hard-fought intra-party campaign that is testing President Donald Trump’s influence with Republican voters and could set the stage for a series of GOP Senate primaries next year.
The Republican effort to repeal Obamacare is once again on life support.
It was just after lunchtime the day after Barack Obama won re-election, and Donald Trump was about to try out a new line on Twitter.
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Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price will not use private jets for government business while the practice is under investigation, he told Fox News on Saturday.
President Donald Trump drew the ire of professional athletes for comments he made at a rally in Alabama on Friday night and on Twitter on Saturday morning.