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John Kelly replaces Reince Priebus as White House chief of staff

President Trump late Friday replaced his embattled chief of staff Reince Priebus with Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, the decorated retired general who had been leading his administration’s charge on immigration enforcement. The seismic shake-up capped another rollercoaster week in the West Wing, rocked by the public clash between Priebus and new White House Communications

Trump lawyer told Carter Page to ‘cease’ calling self adviser, as Russia concerns intensified

Donald Trump’s legal team was trying to distance the president from international businessman Carter Page in the aftermath of the 2016 White House race, amid mounting questions about Russia influencing the outcome, according to a letter obtained by Fox News.   Attorney Don McGahn told Page in a December 2016 letter to “immediately cease” saying

Trump gets revenge, helps oust Kasich loyalist from Ohio GOP post

Donald Trump claimed some measure of political revenge against Ohio Gov. John Kasich for shunning his presidential campaign, after helping oust a key Kasich loyalist from atop the state Republican party. Trump threw his support behind Jane Timken, who on Friday narrowly defeated Ohio GOP Chairman Matt Borges. The president-elect even got personally involved, calling

Activist Lessig Concedes Efforts to Turn Electoral College Against Trump on Road to Failure

Aaron Klein, Just days before the Electoral College is slated to hold its vote, Harvard law professor and progressive activist Larry Lessig conceded that as of today, only a “handful” of electors will likely ultimately vote against Donald Trump unless the number of electors who pledge to do so climbs above 40. Lessig co-founded a

Clinton’s State Department spent $5.4 million on ‘crystal stemware’

Hillary Clinton’s State Department spent millions of taxpayer dollars on lavish goods and frivolous initiatives, such as a $5.4 million “no-bid contract for crystal stemware” and $630,000 to “increase Facebook likes on four State Department pages.” The expenditures appeared in a 21-page memo, prepared by the Republican National Committee, that documented the financial mismanagement that

Trump is focusing on making his final pitch to the voters not fundraising

Donald Trump’s campaign has ended fundraising events meant to support the Republican Party’s get-out-the-vote efforts in next month’s elections.  Aides to the Republican nominee told Fox News that Trump Victory, the joint fundraising committee for the GOP and the campaign, held its most recent fundraiser on Oct. 19 and no more such events were scheduled.

Election 2016: “Let you without sin cast the first vote!!” #TrumpPence16

GOP mega-donors stand by Trump. Republican officials, big donors say he’s better than Hillary Clinton. The party’s deepest-pockets are standing by him. While some major donors and super PAC operatives in interviews on Saturday expressed disgust over the recording, none of the big-money players who have been supporting Trump indicated they were reconsidering their spending to


The Daily Caller “Between 11 p.m. Oct. 4 and 9 a.m. Oct.5, #BigLeagueTruth had a whopping reach of 23,253,508 and spread of 31,430,567, the Republican National Committee confirmed to The Daily Caller News Foundation.” “GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s #BigLeagueTruth team accomplished its goal of getting its message out to an astounding number of people

White House coordinated with State Department, Clinton campaign on email issue

Newly disclosed emails show top Obama administration officials were in close contact with Hillary Clinton’s nascent presidential campaign in early 2015 about the potential fallout from revelations that the former secretary of state used a private email server. Their discussion included a request from the White House communications director to her counterpart at the State

Grassroots Support Powers Trump Campaign With Small Dollar Donations

Please read the following excerpts from “Fueled By Small Donations, Donald Trump Makes Up Major Financial Ground” by Nick Confessore, The New York Times, 8/3/16 Donald J. Trump all but erased his enormous fundraising disadvantage against Hillary Clinton in the span of just two months, according to figures released by his campaign on Tuesday, converting

GOP leaders kill plan by anti-Trump movement to unbind delegates’ votes

A committee at the Republican National Convention defeated the effort by anti-Donald Trump conservatives to derail the presumptive GOP nominee’s drive to secure the party’s nomination, voting late Thursday to rebuff their plans to let delegates vote for any candidate they’d like. Party officials used a voice vote to reject a proposal by Colorado delegate