Retired Four-Star Marine General and Resident Adult in the Room John Kelly has reportedly called Donald Trump an “idiot” on multiple occasions and took credit for pulling the president back from the certain calamity of signing a bipartisan deal to save DACA, NBC reported on Monday.
A new FBI timeline given to Congress says the White House knew that former aide Rob Porter had some skeletons in his closet for nearly a year prior to his resignation, which came after two former ex-wives went public with allegations of abuse.
President Trump not only keeps in touch with Rob Porter, but privately expresses hope that his disgraced former aide could someday return to working at the White House, the New York Times reports.
As yet another senior Trump administration staffer heads for the door—this time, top economic adviser Gary Cohn—White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders insisted on Wednesday that everything is super normal in the White House.
As much as the White House might like to publicly tout Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump as playing an integral role in President Trump’s administration, it’s become painfully clear to just about everyone working there that “Javanka” are pretty much just a waste of precious West Wing office space at this point.
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly told reporters on Friday that he had “absolutely nothing to even consider resigning over” when it comes to his handling of the scandal surrounding former White House Staff Secretary and accused domestic abuser Rob Porter. He conceded, however that the people at the White House…
It was revealed late Tuesday afternoon that John Kelly had downgraded Jared Kushner’s security clearance, adding to a very bad day overall for one Jared Kushner. Now, apparently, some of the Trump family is rallying around Kushner against Kelly. It’s a war where you hope everyone loses!
When Donald Trump last spoke about Rob Porter—his former aide who resigned after multiple accusations of domestic violence, he did exactly what you would expect from him and defended Porter. “We wish him well. He worked very hard,” Trump said. He also emphasized that it is a “tough time” for Porter.
Mr. President, do you believe Rob Porter’s ex-wives?
The Trump Administration’s already-sketchy Rob Porter narrative continued to unravel on Tuesday, with a new report claiming that White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders personally arranged an off-the-record chat between Porter and a group of journalists before he officially resigned his post as White House…
Kellyanne Conway surprised precisely zero people when, during an interview with Jake Tapper Sunday evening, she heavily insinuated that “strong” women don’t allow themselves to be emotionally or physically abused by their partners—a message not at all off brand for a White House that has consistently defended, and …
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders found herself stuck in a glitch in the matrix on Monday, hopelessly repeating stock platitudes about the Trump administration’s handling of the scandal surrounding former Trump aide Rob Porter’s alleged domestic abuse.
Days after former White House aide Rob Porter left his post following reports that he physically and emotionally abused two ex-wives, there is still no cohesive story—or sense of accountability—from the administration about who knew what about Porter’s history, and when.
It’s pretty hard to spin the reality that the Trump administration has knowingly staffed white, male aggressors who have been accused of all kinds of abuse toward women throughout their lives, including the president himself.
On Friday, during an impromptu appearance before the White House press corps, President Donald Trump gave his first public remarks on the resignation of his former Staff Secretary Rob Porter, who has been accused of multiple instances of domestic violence.
The more we learn about accused domestic abuser and onetime top aide to President Donald Trump Rob Porter, the worse he seems. Thursday night provided two different accounts of the depths of Porter’s inhumanity.