White House Director of Strategic Communications Mercedes Schlapp said it would be a "losing strategy" for Democrats to talk about impeaching President Trump.
White House Director of Strategic Communications Mercedes Schlaap said Tuesday on America's Newsroom that the White House is standing behind Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh despite the sexual assault accusation against him.
Mercedes Schlapp said that Democrats want to use the issue of migrant family separation at the border as an "emotional, divisive political play" ahead of the midterm elections.
President Trump is going after Republicans again on Twitter, this time taking aim at Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), who questioned the president's "competency" after Charlottesville.
A former IT aide for Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) has been indicted on four counts including conspiracy and making false statements.
Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch is denying reports she assured the Clinton campaign that the FBI's email server investigation would not go too far.
CNN reporter Jim Acosta confronted White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer today over cameras not being allowed at the briefing.
Mercedes Schlapp and Emily Tisch Sussman joined Martha MacCallum on "The Story" tonight to debate the GOP health care bill and what the repeal and replace of ObamaCare would mean for everyday Americans.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has hired another donor to Democrats to work on the Trump-Russia investigation.
Former Attorney General Eric Holder is reportedly joining the anti-President Trump "resistance" and mulling a presidential run in 2020.
Mercedes Schlapp questioned whether some of the lawyers hired by Special Counsel Robert Mueller for the Trump-Russia investigation are truly neutral.