National Security Council spokesman Michael Anton is leaving the Trump administration, the White House confirmed Sunday night.
Two Senate Republicans said Sunday that President Trump, not them, must decide whether to keep Scott Pruitt as EPA administrator but sharply criticized some of his questionable actions since joining the administration, with one even calling him a â€œchucklehead.â€
New York Rep. Joe Crowley, the Houseâ€™s No. 3 Democrat, declined again Sunday to say whether heâ€™ll challenge Democrat Nancy Pelosi for her post as the chamberâ€™s top Democrat — amid increasing calls within the party for her to step down and support for Crowley to take over.
President Trump slammed his predecessor on Sunday for not crossing his stated “red line” with Syria, amid reports of a suspected chemical attack that left at least 40 dead near the capital, while also warning Russia and Iran there will be a “big price to pay” for backing the regime.
Several hundred people have gathered in Vermont to denounce new gun restriction measures that await the governorâ€™s signature before becoming law.
Larry Kudlow, the new White House economic adviser, tried Sunday to calm fears about an economically damaging U.S.-China trade war but made clear that President Trump is â€œnot bluffingâ€ about imposing tariffs on China.
President Trump on Sunday lashed out again at The Washington Post, calling a recent story by the newspaper suggesting White House Chief of Staff John Kelly has lost credibility and has been reduced to â€œinternâ€ status a â€œhit job.â€