President-elect Donald Trump hasn't yet publicly named a chief of staff, but already, a major tea party group is warning him against naming one of his reported top choices.
When Donald Trump becomes commander in chief in January, he will take on presidential powers that have never been more expansive and unchecked.
Eight years ago, President Obama had a chance to change the warmongering direction that outgoing President Bush and the U.S. national-security establishment had led America for the previous eight years.
DM: Trump's Actions Create 'Question Marks'
Fiercely Opposed to His Election, 'Never Trump' Crowd Now Seeks Influence
Says US Has No Idea Who 'Moderate' Rebels Actually Are
President-elect Donald Trump began laying the groundwork on Friday to take office on Jan. 20, 2017, gathering the most loyal advisers from his insurgent campaign and three of his children to plot his transition strategy.
President-elect Donald Trump wants to attend the UFC's big debut at Madison Square Garden Saturday night, but the Secret Service is trying to talk him out of it, law enforcement sources told The Post.
Silicon Valley is chock full of Technocrats who worship science and technology as they eschew legitimate political discourse. After all, the scientific engineering of society is best left to them only. Individual citizens are viewed as pesky obstacle
Donald Trump has proposed massive increases in infrastructure spending and a new federal infrastructure bank.
Democratic U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren threw down the gauntlet to Republican President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday, saying in a fiery speech that her party will fight him on social issues and to uphold financial regulation.
What has just happened in the "indispensable nation" is nothing less than a geopolitical 9/11.
Major news agencies are now commenting on Trump's first 100 days. In traditional fashion, the news outlets just copy (generally inaccurately or incompletely) without ever linking to the source.
The American electorate's preference for Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders has established two facts. One is that the majority of the American people do not believe the media presstitutes. The other is that only the "progressives" and "liberals
Donald Trump may select Jose Rodriguez, one of the primary architects of the George W. Bush torture program, to run the Central Intelligence Agency, according to a law firm with close ties to Trump.
Did Trump Team Consider JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon for Treasury Secretary?
The people loyal to the Syrian government are happy with Donald Trump winning the U.S. election:
RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, I'm getting nervous. I am already getting nervous. I know it's early. I'm not getting nervous because of anything I've heard President-Elect Trump say.
U.S. presidents possess almost unilateral power to drop bombs on other countries, says historian Thaddeus Russell, and that's why it's very good news that Trump is most libertarian when it comes to foreign policy.
Upcoming Extension May Be Last for European Leaders
Sens. Graham, McCain Overstate Trump's Opposition to Iran Deal
At some point during Tuesday night, MSNBC pundit Chris Matthews, strangely enough, was a momentary voice of reason and calm when he sarcastically pointed out that Gitmo remains open in spite of President Obama's campaign promise to shut it down.
In the follow up to the results of the US presidential elections, which many political analysts called surprising, political analyst and journalist Andrew Korybko explained to Radio Sputnik why the result was, in fact, perfectly predictable.
Here's a hoot.
"There is a lot of influence by people which are actually more powerful than our government itself"
The budding new alliance between Donald Trump and congressional Republicans hides a tougher reality:
"Building That Wall", End "War On Coal", Repeal Obamacare, Dismantle Dodd-Frank
-- here's how he could legally do it
News of Trump's election was greeted with jubilation in Moscow
Karen Kwiatkowski (Retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel), Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio) and Butler Shaffer (Retired Law Professor) share their thoughts on the election, Donald Trump's victory, and offer their perspective on what to expect,