{FD} Republicans turn focus to FBI’s McCabe over texts on ‘insurance’ against Trump

Top Republicans are turning their focus to FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe as they scrutinize a host of anti-Trump texts exchanged between two bureau officials, raising questions about one in particular that seemed to reference an “insurance policy” against a Trump presidency.

{FD} Omarosa speaks out on drama behind White House departure

Omarosa spoke out for the first time Thursday on the widespread reports of drama surrounding her abrupt resignation from the Trump administration, challenging the depiction of an “Apprentice”-style confrontation that ended with her physical removal from White House grounds.

{FD} Rosenstein stands by Mueller probe as Republicans fume over ‘insider bias’

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein stood by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe Wednesday, despite a newly unearthed trove of damning text messages and other details that Republicans said show an “insider bias” on the investigative team.

{FD} Omarosa resigns from Trump administration job

“Apprentice” star turned White House official Omarosa Manigault Newman will leave the Trump administration next month, according to the White House.

{FD} Trump walks back support for Roy Moore, says he was ‘right’ that he wouldn’t win

President Trump distanced himself from Alabama Republican Roy Moore early Wednesday after his loss, saying that he didn’t originally support him because knew the scandal-laden GOP candidate would “not be able to win the General Election.”

{FD} Alabama Senate nail-biter: Why this election is so ‘hard to predict’

The hard-fought, immensely polarizing Alabama Senate race will be over in a matter of hours — and the country is no closer to knowing how it will end up.

{FD} Trump rips ‘Lightweight’ Gillibrand over resignation call, says harassment claims ‘false’

President Trump slammed “Lightweight” Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand early Tuesday after the New York Democrat sought his resignation in connection with allegations of sexual misconduct — claims the president called “false” and “fabricated.”

{FD} Chain migration responsible for NYC terror suspect’s entry: White House

The attempted suicide bombing in New York early Monday would never have happened if President Trump’s immigration policies had been in place, the White House said after it was revealed that the terror suspect had entered the country via chain migration.

{FD} Trump accusers band together, seek congressional probe of ‘sexual misconduct’

Three women, who previously have accused President Trump of sexual misconduct, banded together Monday to call for a congressional investigation into the president – in what could be an opening effort to shift the sexual harassment spotlight from Congress to the White House.

{FD} More Clinton ties on Mueller team: One deputy attended Clinton party, another rep’d top aide

More Clinton connections have emerged for members of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigative team, amid growing Republican complaints about potential bias inside the office created to lead an independent probe.

{FD} President Trump signs short-term spending bill to keep government running through Dec. 22

President Trump signed stopgap legislation Friday to prevent a government shutdown ahead of the midnight Friday deadline.

{FD} Trump doubles down on Roy Moore support, says Dem would be ‘Pelosi/Schumer Puppet’

President Trump doubled down Friday on his Roy Moore support, urging Alabama voters to make sure a “Pelosi/Schumer Puppet” does not win Tuesday’s Senate election.

{FD} Planned Parenthood under investigation by Justice Department over sale of fetal tissue

The Justice Department has launched a federal investigation into Planned Parenthood’s practices and the sale of fetal tissue.

{FD} Top Mueller investigator’s Democratic ties raise new bias questions

Yet another member of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigative team is facing questions over potential bias after it emerged that she used to represent ex-Obama aide Ben Rhodes and the Clinton Foundation.

{FD} Another Mueller investigator’s Democratic ties raise new bias questions

Yet another member of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigative team is facing questions over potential bias after it emerged that she used to represent ex-Obama aide Ben Rhodes and the Clinton Foundation.

{FD} Dems blast Trump for Jerusalem decision despite past support

Some of the top congressional Democrats blasting President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and move the U.S. Embassy there have in fact supported that very position in the past.

{FD} Which tax breaks will survive or die? Hill negotiators face tough choices

President Trump is looking at his first major legislative victory, promising “massive” and “historic” tax cuts after a reform bill passed both chambers of Congress. But before a bill can get to his desk, the House and the Senate must merge their two proposals into one — and that’s the hard part.

{FD} Trump campaign drama: Book reveals Manafort clashes, Trump superstitions, epic tirades

A staff running on McDonald’s, Red Bull and Oreos; “Rocket Man” and “Tiny Dancer” blasting through the Trump Force One speakers; profanity-laced tirades; a “superstitious” candidate who never sleeps – that was the 2016 Trump campaign, according to top ex-aides who have lifted the curtain on “the ride of a lifetime.”

{FD} Trump backs Roy Moore: ‘We need his vote’

President Trump gave his full backing Monday to Alabama Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore, telling voters “we need” him to tackle illegal immigration, tax reform and more — in his strongest statement yet in support of the embattled candidate.

{FD} Pressure grows for Franken to quit, as Dems cite Conyers double standard

Pressure is mounting on Sen. Al Franken to resign, as the number of women accusing the Minnesota lawmaker of groping them grows and fellow Democrats claim the party has a double standard for other members accused of sexual harassment.