Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Politics | Eric Trump Weighs In on Kellyanne Conway’s Husband. He Doesn’t Like Him. Supported by White House Memo ByAnnie Karni Dec. 7, 2018 WASHINGTON — George Conway, a prominent conservative lawyer, is married to Kellyanne Conway, a White House counselor well known to cable viewers as a passionate defender of President Trump. But for months, Mr. Conway has been developing his own following through his frequent criticisms of the president on Twitter. And this week, Mr. Conway finally got the treatment the White House and its allies reserve for critics. “Of all the ugliness in politics, the utter disrespect George Conway shows toward his wife, her career, place of work, and everything she has fought SO hard to achieve, might top them all,” Eric Trump, the president’s son, … [Read more...] about Eric Trump Weighs In on Kellyanne Conway’s Husband. He Doesn’t Like Him.
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The president’s economic approval rating has hit an all-time high since he took office, a new survey shows. According to the CNBC All America Economic Survey, the majority of Americans approve of Trump’s handling of the economy.The economic approval rating went up 6 points, placing it at 51 percent with 36 percent of the public disapproving. Fifty-four percent said the economy is good or excellent, the highest recorded by CNBC in the 10 years of the survey. 33 PHOTOS Donald and Melania Trump through the years See Gallery Donald and Melania Trump through the years Real estate magnate Donald Trump (L) and his girlfriend Melania Knauss leave Hollinger International's annual meeting at the Metropolitan Club in New York on May 22, 2003. Hollinger publishes The Chicago Sun-Times, The Daily Telegraph of London, the Jerusalem Post and other newspapers. REUTERS/Peter Morgan PM/ME Donald Trump and his girlfriend Melania Knauss arrive at the Vanity Fair Oscar … [Read more...] about Survey: Majority of Americans approve of Trump’s handling of the economy for the first time
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Why has President Trump’s charity faced years of legal scrutiny? And what does the New York attorney general’s lawsuit against it mean? ByVivian Wang June 14, 2018 On Thursday, the New York State attorney general sued the Donald J. Trump Foundation, charging it with “improper and extensive political activity, repeated and willful self-dealing transactions, and failure to follow basic fiduciary obligations or to implement even elementary corporate formalities required by law.” The lawsuit follows years of scrutiny of President Trump’s charitable activities and adds to the president’s extensive legal challenges, amid a continuing investigation by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III. What is the Trump Foundation? Mr. Trump established the Donald J. Trump Foundation in 1987, when … [Read more...] about The Donald J. Trump Foundation, Explained
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByDanny Hakim June 14, 2018 The New York State attorney general’s office filed a scathingly worded lawsuit on Thursday taking aim at the Donald J. Trump Foundation, accusing the charity and the Trump family of sweeping violations of campaign finance laws, self-dealing and illegal coordination with the presidential campaign. The lawsuit, which seeks to dissolve the foundation and bar President Trump and three of his children from serving on nonprofit organizations, was an extraordinary rebuke of a sitting president. The attorney general also sent referral letters to the Internal Revenue Service and the Federal Election Commission for possible further action, adding to Mr. Trump’s extensive legal problems. The lawsuit, filed in State Supreme Court in Manhattan, culminated a nearly two-year investigation … [Read more...] about N.Y. Attorney General Sues Trump Foundation Over Sweeping Violations
Despite President Trump's approval rating going up a bit to 44 percent, voters are looking for a shakeup when it comes to Congress. According to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, close to half of voters want Congressional candidates that will serve as a check to the president's power. The number of voters who feel that way is at 48 percent, while 23 percent said the opposite. When it comes to the issues, the poll found 53 percent said they are less likely to support a candidate that backs Trump's agenda, while 31 percent said they would support that same candidate. Usually, the midterms during any President's first term in office serve as a swing to the party not in control, and 2018 looks like more of the same. The poll found that 50 percent want to see Democrats take control of Congress, compared to 40 percent who want to see Republicans maintain control. Looking back at the approval rating, it's worth noting that it's the same number as President Obama in June 2010 and … [Read more...] about Trump’s approval rating ticks up to same level as Obama’s in 2010