Unprompted, House Speaker Paul Ryan attempted to settle the country's latest social controversy today, declaring the answer to the viral debate between "Laurel" and "Yanny" a no-brainer.
"We haven't seen anything, we haven't heard anything," Trump said in the Oval Office today.
The president is closing out one of the most successful weeks of his presidency.
The TAKE with Rick Klein Donald Trump’s presidency stands at this moment somewhere between nuclear war and a Nobel Peace Prize – and somehow seems more stable than it’s been in a while. This particular split-screen – stepping toward an agreement with North Korea while bringing Americans home, stepping toward a confrontation with Iran with a fresh warning after ending the nuclear deal – may be united by little beyond the notion that if President Barack Obama did it, his successor wants to do the opposite. But it’s also the fulfillment of a fundamental campaign promise, one based on Trump’s instinct: to disrupt. This he is doing, with reverberations felt this week alone from Teheran to Damascus to Pyongyang to Jerusalem. Even Trump critics will muster credit for the president if the result is a more peaceful world. That conclusion, though, is not preordained. The pieces Trump is moving on the global stage interact with each other in unpredictable ways – some that may adjust for...
Gina Haspel, Trump’s pick to head the CIA, on Wednesday affirmed that, should she be confirmed, she will not bring back the agency's detainee and interrogation program,
Trump and McConnell earned the right to celebrate the first batch of primaries.
Female candidates appear to be resonating with voters, winning almost every Democratic primary in contested races on Tuesday.