By | BBC | 6 days 3 hours ago | Politics
The Labour leader criticises the US president's remarks and addresses protesters in Trafalgar Square.
By | Reuters | 4 days 21 hours ago | Politics
U.S. President Donald Trump said he intends to run for re-election in 2020 because "everybody wants me to" and there are no Democratic candidates who could defeat him, the Mail on Sunday newspaper reported.
By Tamar Auber | Mediaite | 5 days 1 hour ago | Politics
On Saturday, President Donald Trump decided to get in a round of golf at his Turnberry golf club in Scotland. He quickly found himself being shouted down by nearby protesters who made it clear they did not want him in the country. Earlier in the day, Trump had tweeted out that he was at Turnberry for meetings and “hopefully, some golf – my primary form of exercise!” I have arrived in...
By Adam Shaw | FOX News | 5 days 1 hour ago | Politics
Thousands of Trump supporters and other right-wing activists took to the nation’s capital on Saturday — a day after anti-Trump protesters had dominated the city.
By Chris Enloe | The Blaze | 5 days 7 hours ago | Politics
Fox News host Sean Hannity took to the streets of London on Friday to interview British citizens protesting President Donald Trump, who was in the city meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May and Queen Elizabeth II. Hannity asked the protesters to list specific reasons why they were protesting Trump, a question that exposed the absurdity of the protests — and as Hannity said: “You can’t make...
By | HuffPost | 5 days 13 hours ago | Politics
Teed off by the president.
By Ayesha Rascoe | NPR | 6 days 27 minutes ago | Politics
President Trump's upcoming summit with Russia's president was complicated by the indictment of 12 Russians. Trump just met with Britain's prime minister, a visit with its own issues.
By firstname.lastname@example.org (Stephanie Murray) | POLITICO | 6 days 7 hours ago | Politics
President Donald Trump denied he criticized British Prime Minister Theresa May in a U.K. tabloid, calling the explosive report “fake news” at a joint news conference on Friday. “I didn’t criticize the prime minister. I have a lot of respect for the prime minister and unfortunately there was a story that was done which was generally fine, but it didn’t put in what I said about the prime minister,”...
By Robert Mackey | The Intercept | 6 days 8 hours ago | Politics
Donald Trump’s U.K. visit was never going to be smooth, given that the American president is reviled by many Britons, including tens of thousands who plan to take to the streets in protest, but he ensured that Friday would be a day of high tension by attacking his host, Prime Minister Theresa May, in comments published as he dined with her Thursday night. The Intercept will be providing updates here...