Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) gave his philosophy on leadership and ended with a veiled death threat against Kevin McCarthy.
The National Archives had found that Donald Trump stole classified materials when he left the White House, and by law, they are required to alert the DOJ.
Trump was flushing government documents down the White House toilets in behavior that is both bizarre and illegal.
Some documents former President Trump took to his Mar-a-Lago residence were reportedly marked as “top secret,” according to a ne
Sparse call records and missing documents hinder the House panel as it tries to piece together what President Trump was doing during the attack on Congress.
The Senate GOP knows that "legitimate political discourse" isn't a winning midterms message.
Upcoming primaries will test whether embracing Donald J. Trump’s election falsehoods is a litmus test for Republican voters.
The existence of documents officially labeled as classified in the trove — which has not previously been reported — raises new questions about why the materials were taken out of the White House.
Trump isn't admitting wrongdoing, but he's also not fighting such accusations as vociferously as he usually does.
Mitch McConnell has at least picked a side in the brewing internecine GOP conflict; McCarthy, as usual, just hopes it goes away.
White House call records now in the possession of congressional investigators do not reflect calls made to or from then-President Donald Trump as the violence unfolded on Capitol Hill on January 6, 2021, leaving them with gaps so far in their understanding of what transpired that day, three sources familiar with the House investigation into the insurrection tell CNN.
Maggie Haberman's new book "Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America" reveals that staff in the White House during Trump's presidency say they found documents periodically flushed down the toilet in the White House. Maggie Haberman joins New Day to further discuss.
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