Twitter puts another warning on Trump's tweet that violates company's policy against abusive behaviour
Trump tweeted after anti-racism protesters declared a 'Black House Autonomous Zone' near the White House.
Donald Trump 'not concerned' about possible exposure to coronavirus after he dined with Brazilian official who tested positive
US President Donald Trump on Thursday said he was not concerned about the possibility of being exposed to the coronavirus after dining last week with a Brazilian government official who has since tested positive for the disease
'More families will lose their loved ones': Boris Johnson warns people that coronavirus will spread further as UK predicts 10,000 confirmed cases
Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned on Thursday that many more families would see their loved ones die from coronavirus, as the government’s chief scientific adviser said Britain likely has as many as 10,000 people infected.
'Major concerns over trade barriers': US officials claim Donald Trump's visit to India will not result in 'even a limited deal'
Trump administration officials on Friday acknowledged that US President Donald Trump’s visit to India next week will not result in even a limited trade deal.
Twitter 'outage' briefly blocks Donald Trump's tweet naming alleged whistleblower who sparked his impeachment inquiry
A tweet from US President Donald Trump that identified an intelligence analyst as the alleged whistleblower who helped spark his impeachment was temporarily blocked at the weekend, with Twitter blaming an outage that affected a number of user accounts
'Gordon Sondland made Quid Pro Quo great again': EU envoy's testimony in impeachment probe against Donald Trump takes Twitter by storm
'Everyone was in the loop,' Gordon Sondland testified in opening remarks in impeachment probe against Donald Trump, 'It was no secret.'
Donald Trump impeachment inquiry: Gordon Sondland ties US president to Ukraine pressure campaign; EU envoy kept Pompeo informed
Gordon Sondland, the diplomat at the center of the House impeachment inquiry, kept Secretary of State Mike Pompeo apprised of key developments in the campaign to pressure Ukraine's leader into public commitments that would satisfy President Donald Trump, two people briefed on the matter said.
Donald Trump 'has got to be stopped': Democrats defy impeachment risks; move justified, but 'inherently dangerous', feel experts
Democrats were emboldened by Wednesday's release of a rough transcript of Trump's July call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, which confirmed that the Republican president repeatedly asked a foreign power to investigate his leading Democratic political rival, Joe Biden.
Donald Trump calls impeachment inquiry a 'joke' as Democrats accuse US president of 'mafia-style shakedown' of his Ukrainian counterpart
Donald Trump on Wednesday dismissed as a "joke" the grounds laid out for the impeachment inquiry into him, as Democrats stood firm in accusing the US president of a "mafia-style shakedown" of his Ukrainian counterpart
Donald Trump's 25 July conversation with Ukraine president Volodymyr Zelensky released: Transcript shows president pushed for Joe Biden investigation
US president Donald Trump told Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to work with the US Attorney General William Barr to investigate the conduct of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, who sat on the board of a Ukrainian natural gas company, and offered to meet with the president at the White House after he promised to conduct the inquiry.
Nancy Pelosi launches impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump: Take a look at how the proceedings work
Pelosi, who well understands the challenges Democrats might face in proceeding with an impeachment inquiry, has long resisted calls from many progressive lawmakers to initiate the the proceedings.
Nancy Pelosi announces impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump after sustained resistance to 'divisive' move; what forced Speaker's hand?
The decision of the Democratic-majority US House of Representatives to launch an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump is the culmination almost three years' worth of demands — some from even before he took charge of the White House in 2016 — by personalities from across the political and business spectrums to initiate the proceedings against Trump.
'Are you allowed to impeach a president for gross incompetence?' Donald Trump's 2014 tweet comes back to haunt him as he faces impeachment inquiry
House speaker Nancy Pelosi launched a formal impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump on Tuesday. This is how Twitter reacted to the news.
G20 Summit: Donald Trump halts new tariffs on Chinese goods post talks with Xi Jinping, says ties with Beijing 'right back on track'
The apparent truce marks a pattern for talks between Trump and Xi, who have professed their friendship with each other and hit the pause button on protectionist measures after their conversations, only to see negotiations later break down
Twitter said the new rules would apply to politicians and government officials with more than 100,000 followers.
Iran foreign minister Javad Zarif says Donald Trump's 'genocidal taunts' will not affect nation, US president had threatened of 'end of Iran' earlier
The riposte by Iran's top diplomat followed an ominous warning by Donald Trump, who on Sunday suggested the Islamic republic would be destroyed if it attacked US interests.
Muslim lawmaker Ilhan Omar says death threats have spiked after Donald Trump's attacks on Twitter over 9/11 video
US president Donald Trump attacked Democratic US Representative Ilhan Omar as an out of control purveyor of hate speech on Monday before leaving for a visit to the state the Muslim-American represents in Congress.
In a bizarre rebuttal in the ongoing feud with CNN, President Donald Trump posted a video of him punching the logo of the news network on twitter on Sunday.
So far, Trump’s tweet-machine of choice has been an Android phone, one that he’s held onto even after taking over as the President of the United States.
Donald Trump is planning to do "many big things" after being sworn in as president, his communications director said on Monday, adding that his boss has no intention to stop using Twitter.