Former adult film star Jenna Jameson told Breitbart News exclusively on Tuesday that she is not involved in a forthcoming pornographic film by xHamster.com that is aimed at parodying President Donald Trump and members of his Cabinet. Keep Reading
Sen. Lindsey Graham said he gave President Trump his new cellphone number during a Tuesday meeting, more than a year and a half after the South Carolina Republican’s phone became the centerpiece of a public feud between the two. Keep Reading
During the election, chants of “build the wall!” became a rallying cry for Donald Trump’s supporters. Although many in the media speculated that President Trump would pivot away from the pledge, early signs show he has no plans of abandoning the idea.
Monday in California at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, former Obama White House chief of staff and current Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Democrats needed to “take a chill pill” and prepare for a long-term build up of the party.
The two most popular governors in America suddenly have a threat to their reelection: President Donald Trump. Keep Reading
Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) is defending President Trump, saying officials poorly rolled out his orders blocking the entry of refugees and citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries.
First Lady Melania Trump prevailed Friday in the first round of a $150 million libel suit she filed against a Maryland blogger over a report he published last summer about claims that Trump worked as a “high-end escort.” Keep Reading
While everyone’s been gearing up for President Trump’s inauguration, the Clinton Foundation made a major announcement this week that went by with almost no notice: For all intents and purposes, it’s closing its doors. Keep Reading
Barack Obama has broken plenty of traditions during his time in office, and the outgoing president is yet again breaking another one, this time regarding former presidents jumping into the political fray after their term is up. Keep Reading
President-elect Donald J. Trump’s choices to lead the Treasury and Energy departments faced sharp questions over issues and ethics in their Senate confirmation hearings, but neither seemed to lose any support about Republicans. Keep Reading