US President Donald Trump suggested dropping nuclear bombs on hurricanes before they made landfall in the United States, Axios reported Sunday
Donald Trump invokes extraordinary national security powers to limit asylum; says people must 'come in legally'
Stung by midterm results, Donald Trump invokes extraordinary national security powers to limit asylum; says people must 'come in legally'
Donald Trump says executive order on asylum seekers coming next week; suggests US troops could open fire if migrants fling stones
Trump announced that a "comprehensive" executive order (EO) is coming as early as next week that covers asylum seekers too. He did not mention what else may be included in the EO, although in interviews this week, he has threatened to bring an EO to end birthright citizenship for children of non-citizens.
Be very afraid: Donald Trump's closing message ahead of midterm election stokes fears of immigrant ‘invasion’ as White House hawks plan more skewering
With five days to go before America’s midterm elections, US president Donald Trump’s closing message is clear: Be very afraid, because illegal immigrants, according to Trump, are “invading” America, having babies on “this side of the border” and freeloading on the country’s bounties. The messaging is so loaded with violent imagery that even the booming economy or last week’s massacre at a synagogue come a far second. As far as Trump’s White House and his campaign is concerned, the midterms and the 2020 elections are a culture war whose time has come. If it was vicious in 2016, it’s not getting better.
US midterm elections: America's racial divide on vivid display as Donald Trump amplifies hardline political strategy
After Tuesday's election, it's likely that 87 percent of Republicans in the House will be white men, compared to just 37 percent for Democrats, said David Wasserman, who analyzes races for the Cook Political Report.
'Unconstitutional': Lawyers weigh in on bizarre scenarios of Donald Trump’s relentless threats to end birthright citizenship
The morning after US president Donald Trump threatened an executive order to end birthright citizenship for US-born children of non-citizens, the full blast of the bizarre consequences that may result from what is being widely understood as a blatant election stunt is top of the rundown across the news spectrum in America.
Ivanka Trump says she does not agree that the news media are "the enemy of the people," breaking with one of President Donald Trump's frequent attacks on the press.