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Former Kansas Sen. Bob Dole (R) was honored with the Congressional Gold Medal in a Capitol Hill ceremony Wednesday.
"Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace said President Trump's comment about the U.S. accepting immigrants from "s***hole countries" will make it more difficult to reach a deal on immigration reform.
President Trump's legal team on Thursday sent a letter to the publisher and author of a forthcoming book about the Trump White House demanding they immediately stop its publication.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders responded to questions about President Trump's planned "most dishonest and corrupt" media awards, scheduled for next week.
Author Kristin Tate believes President Trump made a mistake Wednesday by getting into a war of words with his former chief strategist and Breitbart News executive Steve Bannon.
Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk said Democrats would have supported the Republican tax law if President Obama had introduced it.
President Donald Trump this week held an Oval Office meeting with advisers from inside and outside the White House to discuss the 2018 midterms and concerns that the Republican Party could sustain significant losses.
President Donald Trump celebrated Wednesday's passage of the new tax law, calling it the "largest tax cut in the history of our country."
"Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace said it's "not crazy" for President Donald Trump to be concerned about bias in the FBI.
President Trump spoke Wednesday afternoon on tax reform, saying a final bill from the House and Senate is getting closer and he is hopefully he will be able to sign the legislation before Christmas.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders sparred with the media Tuesday over President Trump's tweets critical of New York's junior senator.