President Trump on Monday played down tensions with Iran, saying his administration currently has no signs of threatening actions by Tehran but that if that changes, the United States "will have no choice" but to respond forcefully.
President Trump warned Sunday that threats from Iran against the United States would mark that nation's "official end" – taking a sharply more aggressive tone after a rocket landed inside Baghdad's fortified Green Zone near the U.S. Embassy amid increasing tensions in the region.
'He's a Tough Man': Trump Shrugs Off Concerns About Hungary's Hard-Right Leader During White House Visit
Trump said the two would discuss trade and shared NATO concerns, but he did not publicly mention Hungary's slide into authoritarianism, its human rights and free speech abuses or growing anti-Semitism.
As Security Officials Prepare for Russian Attack on 2020 Presidential Race, Trump and Aides Play Down Threat
In recent months, U.S. national security officials have been preparing for Russian interference in the 2020 presidential race by tracking cyber threats, sharing intelligence about foreign disinformation efforts with social media companies and helping state election officials protect their systems against foreign manipulation.
November 2019 will mark the 30th anniversary of the official opening of the Berlin Wall by the East German and East Berlin government in 1989. That year witnessed world-shaking transformations taking place across the communist world.
The White House confirmed Tuesday that President Trump and first lady Melania Trump will make a state visit to the United Kingdom in early June, accepting an invitation that was first extended shortly after he took office in 2017.
The FBI can't "get in a Twitter war with the president," McCabe said Wednesday. "It's hard to publicly fight back against conspiracy theories."
Recent articles have been critical of President Trump’s foreign policy in regard to the Middle East. But Trump’s actions possess a certain coherence.
With only a few thousand apprehensions, our northern border with Canada is uneventful. But the Trump administration’s new security policy is being felt.
There is currently no evidence that family separations or criminal prosecution under Trump's immigration policy is preventing more illegal border crossings.