Monthly Archives: January 2017

Trump tells Congressional leaders 3-5 million ‘illegals’ cost him popular vote

President Donald Trump claimed at a meeting with congressional leaders Monday that he lost the popular vote to Hillary Clinton in last November’s election because between three million and five million “illegals” cast ballots, multiple sources told Fox News. It is not the first time Trump has made the unverified claims about illegal immigrants casting…

Putin: Those who leaked Trump dossier ‘worse than prostitutes’

  In a speech that one-upped even some of the president-elect’s colorful Twitter commentary, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday called Donald Trump’s political enemies “worse than prostitutes” for disseminating a dubiously-sourced dossier last week alleging a relationship between Trump and the Kremlin. Speaking during a news conference, Putin said last week’s leak of the…

Conway: Rep. Lewis’ comments about Trump were ‘disappointing’

  Incoming Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway told Fox News Monday that Rep. John Lewis’ recent comments about President-elect Donald Trump were “disappointing.” Conway spoke to Martha MacCallum on the premiere of Fox News’ “The First 100 Days,” an in-depth preview of the Trump presidency. The Georgia Democrat told NBC’s “Meet The Press” Sunday…

Former U.S. officials urge Trump administration to work with Iran opposition

  EXCLUSIVE: Nearly two dozen former top U.S. government officials have urged President-elect Donald Trump to work with Iran’s opposition once in office, according to a letter obtained by Fox News. A letter signed by 23 former officeholders calls on Trump to consult with the Paris-based National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). The group…

Former U.S. officials urge Trump administration to work with Iran opposition

  EXCLUSIVE: Nearly two dozen former top U.S. government officials have urged President-elect Donald Trump to work with Iran’s opposition once in office, according to a letter obtained by Fox News. A letter signed by 23 former officeholders calls on Trump to consult with the Paris-based National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). The group…

NY mayor, celebs due at pre-inauguration Trump demonstration

  New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, the Rev. Al Sharpton and celebrities including Mark Ruffalo, Michael Moore and Rosie Perez are planning to rally New Yorkers to stand up to President-elect Donald Trump on the eve of his inauguration, organizers said Saturday. Organizers say they expect thousands of New Yorkers to attend the event,…

Scaramucci: Trump will ‘will go directly to the American people, right over the top of the mainstream media’

  Trump adviser Anthony Scaramucci told Fox News Friday that President-elect Donald Trump will continue to call out “falsehoods” in the news and “will go directly to the American people, right over the top of the mainstream media.” Former financier Scaramucci spoke to “The O’Reilly Factor” about BuzzFeed’s “unconfirmed, never fact-checked” dossier containing salacious allegations…

Judge rebukes EPA, orders quick evaluation on coal jobs lost over regs

  After ignoring the requirement for decades, the Environmental Protection Agency is now under court order to quickly evaluate how many power plant and coal mining jobs are being lost due to air pollution regulations. U.S. District Judge John Preston Bailey in West Virginia made the ruling Wednesday after reviewing a response from outgoing EPA…

Obama names 3 national monuments honoring civil rights

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial and the Washington Monument are seen in Washington, DC  (Reuters) WASHINGTON –  The Obama administration designated three new national monuments Thursday honoring civil rights history as it commemorates next week’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The monuments are the Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument in Alabama, the Freedom Riders…

Schumer announces opposition to Sessions for AG

  Sen. Charles Schumer, the Senate’s top Democrat, came out Thursday against Republican colleague Jeff Sessions for attorney general. Calling Sessions a “colleague” and “friend,” Schumer nevertheless said he could not support the Alabama senator for the Trump administration post. “After reviewing his record and giving careful consideration to his answers during the hearing, I…