Sounds like Melania Trump won’t be letting that White House glam room go to waste after all. TMZ is reporting that Melania and Barron Trump will “absolutely [be] moving after the school year.” Not only that, but staffers are already hard at work primping the White House for the First Lady’s arrival with some spiffy new paint and whatnot. There have been a lot of rumors about whether or not Melania and Barron would stay in New York City for an indeterminate amount of time or whether they’d head there after the school year was over. In February, a source told
Whether they do or they don´t, really has nothing to do with anything concerning the American people. She was not elected and other than attending required functions, shouldn´t be required to "be there". I´m sure Ivanka is ready and able to hostess. Through out the countrie´s history, there have been times when other family members hosted for the president. It´s a big nothing burger passing for news.
The First Lady was always moving to the WH just exactly as they told everyone in January. She will be an excellent and involved First Lady, I suspect. I think Ivanka´s new WH post is because after June, she won´t be filling in for her stepmom any longer.
Although Washington is not the best place to raise a child, I would think that the President and Melania would want to be together especially for Barron´s sake. Children are resilient and living in the White House as the President´s child is an experience of a lifetime. I used to think it would be safer for him there but with all the missteps being made by the secret service, I am not all that confident. Who would have thought that this formerly exemplary organization would ever find itself called into question regarding its ability to protect the President and his family. Everything in Washington has been compromised to some extent by the foul stench of partisan politics. The left has relinquished all sense of duty for the dogma of the leftist agenda. It´s all about politics now.
Insurers may be forced to leave Obamacare markets or dramatically increase premiums if they don´t get answers soon on Republican plans to either repeal or modify the law, industry groups and experts say. Insurers could only watch as Republicans moved to repeal Obamacare, then abandoned that effort, and then said this week they want to try again in the next few months. That uncertainty is making it almost impossible for insurers to predict the state of the law in the short term, even as they have to quickly decide how engaged they´ll be in the Obamacare marketplaces. The uncertainty
House Speaker Paul Ryan says he´s concerned that President Trump might strike a deal with Democrats should Republican lawmakers fail to come up with a follow-up to the failed American Health Care Act. In an interview set to air Thursday, Ryan told "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O´Donnell: "What I worry about, Norah, is that if we don´t do this, then he´ll just go work with Democrats and try to change Obamacare and that´s not — that´s hardly a conservative thing." House failed Friday to bring the Obamacare replacement bill to a vote on the floor because it was
Sen. Marco Rubio says former members of his failed presidential bid have twice come under attack from possible Russian hackers. Staffers “who had access to internal information” to Rubio’s 2016 White House campaign “were targeted by [internet protocol] addresses” from a location inside Russia last July, the Florida Republican said Thursday during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Moscow’s alleged election-year cyberattacks. The attacks came shortly after Rubio announced he would seek re-election to the Senate. Rubio added that a second hacking attempt was made on Wednesday morning, again from IP addresses within Russia. Both attempts were unsuccessful, according to Rubio. His comments came hours
Last week I was taking an Uber (I know, I’m sorry, it was a necessity) across an unfamiliar town when the driver, whom I’ll call Randy, started telling me about this cool dude named Jesus. Randy’s big opener, earlier in the ride, was to gesture at a homeless man panhandling by the side of the road and say: “Isn’t it terrible?” “Yeah,” I agreed, though I was unsure whether he was referring to homelessness as a blight or a form of state violence. “I can’t believe my tax money pays for the president’s golf vacations while people are freezing to
WASHINGTON -- Congress has sent President Donald Trump legislation that would kill an online privacy regulation, a move that could eventually allow internet providers such as Comcast, AT&T and Verizon to sell the browsing habits of their customers. The Federal Communications Commission rule issued in October was designed to give consumers greater control over how internet service providers share information. But critics said the rule would have stifled innovation and picked winners and losers among Internet companies. The vote is part of an extensive effort that Republicans have undertaken to void an array of regulations issued during the final months
Not long after President Donald Trump told his Twitter followers to watch Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro´s show Saturday night, the host and Trump ally took to the screen to deliver a harsh rebuke of House Speaker Paul Ryan. "Paul Ryan needs to step down as speaker of the House," Pirro said. "The reason? He failed to deliver the votes on his health care bill. The one trumpeted to repeal and replace Obamacare. The one that he had seven years to work on. The one he hid under lock and key in the basement of Congress. The one that had
Speaker Paul Ryan and House leaders had been toiling behind closed doors for weeks assembling their Obamacare repeal bill as suspicion on the far-right simmered to a boil. So on March 7, just hours after Ryan unveiled a plan that confirmed its worst fears, the House Freedom Caucus rushed to devise a counterstrategy. The few dozen true believers knew that pressure from House leaders and President Donald Trump to fall in line would be immense and they were intent on not getting boxed in. In a conference room in the Rayburn House Office Building, the group met that evening and made a
The Wall Street Journal is delighted to hear Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s tough words on North Korea and China. “Let me be very clear: The policy of strategic patience has ended,” Mr. Tillerson said, referring to the Obama Administration policy of waiting for North Korea to give up its nuclear ambitions or collapse. A day earlier he criticized “20 years” of a “failed approach” to the North’s nuclear ambitions. I, too, appreciate the secretary of state’s candor. But straight talk isn’t going to be enough. As the Journal concedes, He and President Trump are trying to persuade China that the new
The Washington Post detailed the House GOP’s fight over the ObamaCare repeal and replacement plan this week, rounding up the dramatic details of leadership’s fight to win support for the measure. At one point, the paper said, House Speaker Paul Ryan (Wis.) got down on one knee to plead with Rep. Don Young of Alaska – the longest-serving Republican in Congress -- to support the bill. (He was unsuccessful.) The moments highlighted by the Post during the Republican conference negotiations show what a tough battle Ryan and his deputies faced in whipping the vote. But they also show the fierce support
Ivanka Trump will attend a summit on the economic empowerment of women in Germany, according to a report. German Chancellor Angela Merkel invited Ivanka to the W20 summit during her visit to Washington, D.C., a senior White House official told the Associated Press. Merkel reportedly met with Ivanka Trump during the German leader´s White House visit. Trump helped to set up a gathering between German and American business leaders. The summit is a women-focused program that includes 20 countries and will be held in Berlin in April. The first daughter is planning to study successful apprenticeship programs at the summit,
President Trump is reportedly creating a new White House innovation office that will be led by his son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner. The White House Office of American Innovation will be announced Monday, the Washington Post reported, and will report directly to the president. The idea is to help meet some of the goals President Trump pledged to accomplish during his campaign, such as working to help with veteran care and fight opioid addiction. The new office, which is described in the Post report as a “SWAT team” to fix the federal bureaucracy, is working with tech giants such
The latest from 6-year-olds: Dinosaurs are awesome, the blue crayon is best and also the Indians are trying to lock up shortstop Francisco Lindor for seven more seasons. Brody Chernoff, the son of Indians GM Mike, joined the Cleveland radio broadcast on Saturday in a cute way to liven up the monotony of spring training. After a few shy minutes, Brody seemed to open up, telling broadcaster Tom Hamilton (and the world listening) that Dad “had to stay up til 2 in the morning with phone calls” to make the offseason splash of Edwin Encarnacion. Hamilton teasingly pressed
More than 108,000 people have signed a petition urging First Lady Melania Trump to move to the White House or pay for security costs at Trump Tower herself. The Change.org petition was started after a senior White House aide indicated the president’s wife and son, Barron, will remain in New York until the school year ends. It’ll be delivered to Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren if at least 150,000 people sign. (Snip) Comments beneath the Change.org petition highlighted the signers’ dissatisfaction over the first family’s use of taxpayer funds. “Living in the White House is what you
He maintains a dignified silence when nudged for his view of Donald Trump. But President George W. Bush apparently dropped his diplomacy at the billionaire´s inauguration. New York Magazine reports that after The Donald finished his speech, which was peppered with surprises including ´American carnage´, Bush made no effort to hide what he thought of it. ´That was some weird s***,´ he said, according to three separate sources who heard him. The uninhibited reaction is a far cry from the reluctance Bush showed to tear in to the president earlier this year during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel. He dodged the comedian´s repeated attempts to
A spirited Hillary Clinton took on the Trump administration Tuesday in one of her first public speeches since she lost the presidential election, criticizing Donald Trump and his spokesman Sean Spicer on everything from health care to their treatment of women. Cracking jokes about her November defeat and her months out of the limelight since, Clinton spoke to thousands of businesswomen in San Francisco, joking there was no place she´d rather be, ´other than the White House.´ Without mentioning President Donald Trump by name, Clinton faulted the Republican presidential administration repeatedly, including calling its representation of women in top jobs
Jeb Bush said while he believes President Trump has made some good decisions since taking office, the former Florida governor thinks Trump´s statements on Twitter are a huge distraction. "He hasn´t shifted to being president in the way that people are used to, and I think that´s the problem," Bush said in an interview with CBS Miami, taped before the House pulled a bill to repeal Obamacare. Trump´s former rival for the Republican nomination was clear that some of Trump´s statements, such as claiming President Barack Obama wiretapped him, are not productive.
Rachel Dolezal, the white woman who made national headlines in 2015 after she pretended to be black, is back in the spotlight thanks to a new memoir titled In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World. In the book, which will be released on March 28, the former Washington NAACP leader doesn’t walk back on her claims that she self-identifies as a black woman, saying that living her life as a black person made her life “infinitely better,” although it did make her feel more “distant and isolated” from white people as she started to embrace
Sen. John McCain called on House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes to explain his decision to brief President Donald Trump on possible “unmasking” of Trump transition officials, suggesting that Nunes has undermined the credibility of the panel by not first communicating with fellow committee members. “I think there needs to be a lot of explaining to do,” McCain said Tuesday on "CBS This Morning." “I’ve been around for quite a while, and I’ve never heard of any such thing. Obviously, on a committee like an intelligence committee, you’ve got to have bipartisanship; otherwise, the committee loses credibility. And there’s so
Missouri State University sponsored an hour-long event last week dedicated to the various ways fringe feminist activists can misspell the word “woman.” The event, entitled “Womyn, Wymen,” was held in the taxpayer-funded school’s Multicultural Resource Center Annex, reports The Standard, Missouri State’s newspaper. Yvania Garcia-Pusateri, the executive director of Missouri State’s five-employee Multicultural Programs staff, led the event. Garcia-Pusateri kicked off by asking attendees — all of them female — to announce the gender pronouns they prefer. “We introduce our gender pronouns as a way to normalize gender identity,” she explained, according to The Standard. “It’s not always the traditional
This is stunningly interesting and hopefully will be picked up by MSM and congressional investigators. Sometimes when a person is deep inside an echo-chamber of like-minded ideologues, they might not realize what they’re saying is rather revealing to those on the outside. That’s the set up for former Obama administration official Evelyn Farkas (Deputy Asst. Secretary of Defense) appearing on MSNBC and admitting first hand knowledge the Obama administration spied on candidate and president-elect Donald Trump’s transition team to gather “intelligence” for political use.
Associate professor in the history and politics department at Drexel University George Ciccariello-Maher ignited a Twitter firestorm on Sunday when he tweeted that he was trying not to "vomit or yell" when he witnessed a fellow passenger aboard his flight give up a first class seat to a uniformed soldier. "Some guy gave up his first class seat for a uniformed soldier. People are thanking him. I´m trying not to vomit or yell about Mosul," he tweeted. Some guy gave up his first class seat for a uniformed soldier. People are thanking him. I´m trying not to vomit or yell
Well, put this in the ‘going-back-to-timelines-sometimes-pays-dividends’ column. For the past 72 hours we have been assembling the Obama Surveillance Story timeline from October 1st 2016 through March 22nd 2017. [The project is ongoing] As a result, last night (Tuesday) we highlighted a March 2nd, 2017 revelation of Obama’s former Deputy of Defense Evelyn Farkas appearance on MSNBC that no-one was paying attention to. –SEE HERE– Thanks to social and non-traditional media, today (Wednesday) Ms. Farkas has finally caught the attention of MSM and DC politicians. (Snip) Time and again the old research axiom rings true. Stick with the timelines. If you get stuck,
Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch said he would be open to step aside and not run for re-election in 2018 if a candidate like Mitt Romney were to run for his position in his stead. In an interview with National Journal, the Republican senator who has been in office since 1976 said he "might very well consider" not campaigning for another term if an "outstanding person" were to run for his position. (Snip) In February, Romney declined to rule out a run for a Senate seat in the future. "I don´t have any predictions on what I might do. I´m not going
The Trump administration has asked Congress for $1.4 billion in supplemental spending this year to begin the president’s long-promised border wall, but the money apparently will not be included in must-pass legislation to keep the government funded beyond April 28. At a news conference on Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) was asked if supplemental money for border security and defense – a total request of $33 billion dollars requested by the Trump administration -- would be included in the spending package that must pass by April 28 to avoid a partial government shutdown. “We’re in the process of figuring out