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Ed Rollins: Trumpโ€™s pick of Mulvaney as acting chief of staff is a wise choice

By Ed Rollins

Mick Mulvaney is a wise choice for Trump's chief of staff, and knows more about the policy and budget decision of the administration than anyone else.

Cohen lacks 'specifics' and credibility on Trump hush-money allegations: Mollie Hemingway

By Paulina Dedaj

The president’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen's interview on Friday did little to support his claims that Trump directed him to make hush-money payments, The Federalist senior editor Mollie Hemingway said on the “Special Report” All-Star Panel.

Cohen lacks 'specifics' and credibility on Trump hush-money allegations: Mollie Hemingway

By Paulina Dedaj

The president’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen's interview on Friday did little to support his claims that Trump directed him to make hush-money payments, The Federalist senior editor Mollie Hemingway said on the “Special Report” All-Star Panel.

Who is John Kelly? A look at Trump's White House chief of staff

By Kaitlyn Schallhorn

From John Kelly's extensive military career to his time hitchhiking across the country, here are five things to know about President Trump's White House chief of staff.

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Who is John Kelly? A look at Trump's White House chief of staff

By Kaitlyn Schallhorn

From John Kelly's extensive military career to his time hitchhiking across the country, here are five things to know about President Trump's White House chief of staff.

Newt Gingrich: Mueller probe has gone from a witch hunt to an inquisition of Trump and allies

By Newt Gingrich

As the media clamor to cover each nugget of information that comes out of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into allegations of so-called “collusion” between the Trump presidential campaign and Russia, it’s becoming clearer just how brutal the Mueller team’s tactics are.

Christie withdraws name from consideration for Trump chief of staff

By Alex Pappas

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie withdrew from consideration Friday for White House chief of staff, saying he has asked President Trump to take him out of the running in the search for John Kelly's successor. 

Christie withdraws name from consideration for Trump chief of staff

By Alex Pappas

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie withdrew from consideration Friday for White House chief of staff, saying he has asked President Trump to take him out of the running in the search for John Kelly's successor. 

Trumpโ€™s tough stand on China trade will benefit America and the world

By Andy Puzder

For a full generation now, Americans have engaged in the annual pastime of bemoaning the number of gifts under the Christmas tree made in China, our greatest foreign trade adversary.

Former FEC commissioners: Trump-Cohen 'hush' payments not necessarily a violation

By Adam Shaw

Michael Cohen's guilty plea and subsequent sentencing for campaign-finance violations and other crimes revived speculation about President Trump's potential legal exposure -- but some former Federal Election Commission members say neither of them necessarily committed a violation with hush-money payments to purported Trump paramours. 

Former FEC commissioners: Trump-Cohen 'hush' payments not necessarily a violation

By Adam Shaw

Michael Cohen's guilty plea and subsequent sentencing for campaign-finance violations and other crimes revived speculation about President Trump's potential legal exposure -- but some former Federal Election Commission members say neither of them necessarily committed a violation with hush-money payments to purported Trump paramours. 

Trump impeachment calls 'deliciously ironic' from Dems who defended Clinton: Eli Lake

By Paulina Dedaj

While some Democrats are cautiously weighing impeachment proceedings for President Trump on a wide range of accusations, alleged campaign-finance violations likely won’t be the driving force, Bloomberg opinion columnist Eli Lake said Thursday night on the "Special Report" All-Star Panel.

Trump impeachment calls 'deliciously ironic' from Dems who defended Clinton: Eli Lake

By Paulina Dedaj

While some Democrats are cautiously weighing impeachment proceedings for President Trump on a wide range of accusations, alleged campaign-finance violations likely won’t be the driving force, Bloomberg opinion columnist Eli Lake said Thursday night on the "Special Report" All-Star Panel.

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