Trump Administration

"I know we like the tea she’s spilling," the CNN commentator said, adding, "but she’s got no credibility."
A federal judge ordered the Fish and Wildlife Service to reconsider its decision not to grant the iconic desert plant protection under the Endangered Species Act.
"I am going to let it rip from the Bison account," a high-ranking Interior Department spokesperson wrote before taking to the agency's troll handle to "fact-check."
“Congress must make it extraordinarily difficult, if not impossible, for the Department to spy on the Congress or the news media,” said Rep. Jerrold Nadler.
Prosecutors sought records on a dozen people connected to two lawmakers, including Rep. Adam Schiff, to hunt those who leaked classified information.
New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet said the act "profoundly undermines press freedom."
Barbara Starr was told by the DOJ that the Trump administration had obtained the records for a two-month period in 2017.
The feds were out to get the GOP lawmaker's saucy "alt mom" and sought a gag order to stop Twitter from talking about it, court records reveal.
Pence hit the slopes as his own task force urged strict precautions amid historic highs in coronavirus cases and the CDC told people to stay home.