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How Trump’s American Technology Council will optimize government

$3.5 trillion worth of technology CEOs and business leaders met Monday at the American Technology Council in order to brainstorm private sector solutions to government problems. The White House set three objectives for the Office of American Innovation: to modernize government technology, to slash $1 trillion from government IT spending in the next 10 years, and to reenforce […]

What does President Trump want for his birthday? [VIDEO]

President Donald J. Trump turns 71 years old on Wednesday. What exactly does he want for his birthday? Our video will give you an inside look at his presents.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders is the answer to Sean Spicer

For months, people have wondered if President Trump said he would bring on the best and brightest into his administration, why would he bring in a guy like Sean Spicer to be the White House’s mouthpiece? It didn’t make sense to many in the White House press corps. as well as millions of observers. At one […]

Liberal who worked closely with Steve Bannon: He’s not racist or anti-Semitic

Ever since he was named to lead Donald Trump’s campaign in the waning months of the presidential election, Stephen Bannon has been the target of hit pieces and attacks from the media that paint him as a racist, anti-Semite, and white supremacist. In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Jeff Kwatinetz, his former business partner […]

Media praised Obama, yet blasts Trump, for willingness to meet with dictators [VIDEO]

The media loves following double standards when it comes to President Trump. Any effort made by the president is immediately shunned and criticized, but when President Obama attempted to something similar and those same critics are silent. Trump’s attempt at diplomacy is getting railed by the media and the left. They’ve expressed shock over Trump […]

Trump’s biggest deal yet? Americans released from Egyptian prison

After weeks of negotiating, President Trump pulled off his biggest deal yet by demanding the release of Egyptian American humanitarian worker Aya Hijazi, her husband, Mohamed Hassanein, and four others from an Egyptian prison. Hijazi and her husband flew back home to the United States on Thursday night. President Trump, who quietly negotiated with Egyptian President […]

Gronk hilariously crashes White House Press Briefing to help Sean Spicer [VIDEO]

Sean Spicer has been struggling as the White House Press Secretary in the first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency. However, help is on the way. On Wednesday afternoon, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski crashed the White House briefing by asking Spicer, who was in the middle of addressing a reporter, if he […]

The cost of protecting Obama vs. Trump? The media bias is astounding

The safety of the first family shouldn’t be a political football. That was my argument four years ago, facing conservative criticisms about the high cost of keeping the Obamas safe. At the time, my article received liberal praise. Times change. Today, with a less media-popular President in the White House, the media narrative has shifted. […]

Sean Spicer criticism reveals Hitler double standard

The cardinal rule in Communications 101 is to never make a comparison to Adolf Hitler and the Holocaust, unless you’re literally discussing Hitler and the Holocaust. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer learned that lesson the hard way by making an inaccurate comparison between Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad’s use of chemical weapons to Hitler. “Someone who […]

During apology for Holocaust gaffe, Spicer makes another gaffe [VIDEO]

Sean Spicer is the infinite gaffe machine for the Trump administration. As soon as one foot leaves his mouth, another one is readily available to take its place. Today, he may have even bested United Airlines’ public relations failures. Following a rough outing in the White House Press Briefing room, Spicer joined Wolf Blitzer on CNN […]

Poll: Millennials divided over Syria, Trump voters don’t want another war

President Trump’s airstrike against Syria may have earned him praise from the press, but Americans remain lukewarm about the encounter and millennials are heavily divided over the issue. According to a Huffington Post/YouGov poll released on Sunday, 51 percent of all Americans supported the airstrikes while 32 percent opposed. Among millennials, however, the polls were […]

Rand Paul, Thomas Massie rebuke Trump’s Syria strike

On Thursday night, the United States launched airstrikes against a Syrian airbase in response to bombing and chemical weapons being deployed on Syrian civilians in Idlib, killing at least 74 and injuring over 500 people. Many of the victims were young children. “No child of God should ever suffer such horror,” President Trump said in […]

Daily Show recreates Sean Spicer treating press like kindergartners [VIDEO]

The White House press corps hasn’t been too kind to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer since he took the helm in January. And the Daily Show with Trevor Noah on Comedy Central noticed. Matt Negrin, who was recently hired by the political satire show, re-imagined Spicer handling questions thrown to him from actual kindergartners […]

If Dems want jobs for millennials, why oppose Trump’s energy reforms?

Donald Trump’s energy reforms are catching heat. Some of it positive, some negative. In the private sector, there’s positive confidence that big energy projects can get going and get completed. The Obama Administration constantly delayed major projects with bureaucratic minefields and legal challenges. Most notably, the Keystone XL pipeline project. And that matters, because when […]

Trump to Planned Parenthood: You can keep you funding, if…

President Trump is giving Planned Parenthood a choice: you can keep the $500 million you receive in annual federal funding if you discontinue abortion services. The New York Times reported that not only did the White House give this ultimatum, Planned Parenthood officials rejected it. “Let’s be clear: Federal funds already do not pay for […]

Obama, Bush aides tell millennials to ‘do grunt work’

By PAUL BEDARD (@SECRETSBEDARD) The millennial fast track to success in Washington is well-worn, but the top prize of a White House job still requires experience and grunt work, according to job advice from two former top speechwriters. Cody Keenan, who wrote for former President Barack Obama, recalled pleas from White House interns seeking jobs. […]

Flashback: Obama’s DOJ had a history of secretly obtaining phone records

President Trump accused Barack Obama of wiretapping his home and office during the 2016 election. Meanwhile, the former President denied all allegations through a spokesman. Specifically, Obama refuted that he or the White House ever ordered the surveillance of a private citizen or interfered in the independent investigation done by the Justice Department. His statement […]

Bannon and Priebus come together to unveil Trump’s agenda

President Trump’s Chief Strategist Steve Bannon and White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus came to CPAC on Thursday to discuss the early goals of Trump administration. The media has debated if there’s tension between the two and their vision of the next four years. Priebus is a well-known Washington insider with establishment conservative views, […]

Trump to roll out Obamacare repeal and replacement in March

On Thursday, President Trump announced that his Obamacare alternative will be unveiled in March. When asked by a reporter about tax reform during Thursday’s press conference, the President dovetailed into Obamacare, saying, “Tax reform is going to happen fairly quickly. We’re doing Obamacare. We’re in final stages. We should be submitting the initial plan in March, […]

“Isn’t a crime”: AZ Gov. halts fines for free haircuts to homeless

Juan Carlos Montesdeoca was trying to be a good Samaritan, and show compassion for the less fortunate by providing free haircuts to homeless people living in a park. However, government licensing laws made that illegal, and he ended up being under investigation by the state. On Thursday, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) stepped in and […]