A new poll from Monmouth University finds President Trump's approval rating at 42 percent and Republicans moving to within two points of Democrats on a generic ballot.
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Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell heaped high praise on the accomplishments during President Trump's first year in office.
During a press briefing on Monday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said the Trump administration had nothing to do with the "removal" of FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.
On "The Daily Briefing" on Thursday, Mary Anne Marsh said President Donald Trump is going to have to speak to Special Counsel Robert Mueller one way or another, and he'd better tell the truth.
Rep. Charlie Dent took on his Republican colleagues over their criticism of the FBI and Justice Department.
A Democratic senator who has long championed keeping oil drilling away from his state's coastline blasted the Trump administration for what he called a "political game."
Political strategist Josh Holmes said Democrats' calls for Oprah Winfrey to run for president are an indictment of the party's lack of leaders.
President Donald Trump appears to have moved to the right politically since he took office, according to new analysis by OnTheIssues.org.
Fox News political analyst Gianno Caldwell said Michael Wolff's controversial book about the Trump White House may contain some untruths, but it also has plenty of truths, which makes it a "bad look" for Steve Bannon.
Karl Rove joined Dana Perino on "The Daily Briefing" to react to President Trump's apparent break with Steve Bannon.
Ari Fleischer said that President Trump took a "2x4 to the head of Steve Bannon" with his fiery response to criticism from his former chief strategist.
President Trump tweeted Friday morning that he will not make a deal with Democrats to fix the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program unless the U.S.-Mexico border wall is part of the agreement.