Part of a press secretary's job is to keep the president's initial reactions out of the public, but that could change with President Trump. Former press secretary Ari Fleischer shares his insights.
President Trump spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over the phone Sunday, in their first talk since the inauguration. Trump has signaled a dramatic shift in policy toward Israel.
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Kellyanne Conway also pushes back hard against claims that the administratin misrepresented the size of the crowd at Friday's inauguration.
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President Donald Trump has praised the preaching of Norman Vincent Peale, who wrote, "a confident and optimistic thought pattern can modify or overcome the fact altogether."
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This weekend's Women's March was particularly massive. Harvard Kennedy School of Government professor Leah Wright Rigueur discusses its significance and how it compares to other marches in history.
Journalist Debra Dickerson, GQ columnist Damon Young and Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Riley address questions of race after President Obama and looking forward to President Trump.
California political leaders have positioned the state as the center of opposition to the Trump agenda. Protesters at the Los Angeles Women's March talked about what that means to them.
Ciriac Alvarez Valle was brought to the U.S. from Mexico as a young child. Now a senior at The University of Utah, she has fears about the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Pete Saenz is the mayor of Laredo, Texas, a town along the U.S.-Mexico border. He voted for President Trump, but as he tells Lulu Garcia-Navarro, he has a different take on immigration and the wall.
Alexandra Uriarte and Steven Cruz are friends and roommates, but they have very different politics that can lead to heated — yet civil — arguments. They talk about how they manage to get along.
After a weekend filled with inaugural celebrations and large protests, President Trump begins his first full week in office.
Dozens of Women's Marches took place across the U.S. and the world Saturday on President Trump's first full day in office.
In President Trump's inaugural address, he promised an "America First" vision of government. Former Republican adviser Pat Buchanan, who also used the phrase, talks about what to expect.
Throughout the crowds at Women's Marches on Saturday were thousands of knitted pink caps. People wore them to send a message to President Donald Trump.
In the first episode since Trump became the 45th president, host Aziz Ansari took on a serious and diplomatic tone, while the cast honored President Obama in a send-off tribute.
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Thousands descended on Washington, D.C. for Saturday's Women's March. "We came to show our disapproval of our new president, and I think also to draw attention to women's issues," Heather Ba said.
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The pink hats that were all the rage at Saturday's women's marches share striking similarities with the red hats Trump made ubiquitous
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Press Secretary Sean Spicer berated the press for incorrect reporting on crowd size at the National Mall, but then he cited incorrect numbers for Metro ridership and falsely claimed the mall was full.
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On his first full day in office, President Donald Trump attended a prayer service, and met with CIA agents in Langley, Va.
Hundreds of thousands of people came to the National Mall within two days, some to attend President Trump's inauguration and others to protest it. People from both sides of join this week's talk.