Scaramucci’s brief tenure was marked by a determination to crack down on White House leaks to the media and profanity-filled comments to The New Yorker
Trump’s loose decision-making style and open door policy has caused the White House to descend into chaos due to jockeying and infighting among staff and advisers.
Trump made the change a day after his new communications director, Anthony Scaramucci accused Priebus of being a leaker in a profanity-ridden interview.
A US judge blocked President Trump’s executive order that sought to withhold federal funds from sanctuary cities, adding another blow to Trump’s efforts to toughen immigration enforcement.
Ten days ago, House speaker Paul Ryan was forced to cancel a vote on an Obamacare replacement Bill, when it was clear he could not deliver the votes needed for it to pass.
The inspector general of Homeland Security has directed that all documents related to the Muslim ban be preserved for an investigation looking into its implementation.
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Trump signed the order that White House chief of staff Reince Priebus said was aimed at “minimizing the economic burden” of the “Obamacare” law.
US representative John Lewis said he thought hacking by Russians had helped Trump inviting rebuke from the president-elect and incoming his team.
The White House Correspondents’ Association president said moving the room is unacceptable and stressed the importance of maintaining transparency.
Jared Kushner, married to Trump’s daughter Ivanka, is taking the post after receiving legal counsel that doing so would not violate the anti-nepotism law.
Republican and Democrat senators called for a special bipartisan panel to investigate cyber attacks against the US with a focus on Russia’s alleged efforts to influence the US presidential election.
Trump previously unveiled a list of 21 conservative jurists he would consider for the job and said this month he had whittled the list down to “probably three or four.”
Trump’s recent choices show he’s abandoning the anti-establishment rhetoric that won him the election in favour of the GOP’s traditional policies.
The composition of various ‘landing teams’ is perhaps the best indicator of the important sub-cabinet appointments that will be made.
Romney, a fierce critic of Trump during the campaign, stopped short of an outright apology, saying he hoped Trump would lead the US to a better future.
Amid fresh concerns about conflict of interest, Mike Pence said that President-elect Donald Trump will ensure “proper separation” between his business and presidency.
Trump had come under fire from his frequent sparring partner, Democratic senator Elizabeth Warren, for including lobbyists on his transition team.
Obama said the free-wheeling Trump could not be as outspoken as he was during the long and bitter campaign that ended last week with the Republican’s surprise win over Democrat Hillary Clinton.
Trump, who will take office on January 20, will also look to fill other top administration jobs in the coming weeks.
US President Obama and president-elect Trump met on Thursday for the first time, to discuss the transition to the Republican’s inauguration on January 20.
It was prospective that Trump might invite Gennifer Flowers, who had an affair with Clinton’s husband, former President Bill Clinton, to attend the debate; which has been denied by Trump’s mate, Mike Pence.
Trump attempted damage control by backing away from his ISIS comments and having Republican Party leader Priebus join his rally in Altoona, Pennsylvania.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus was furious over the failure to endorse Ryan and over Trump’s feud with the Khan family, two Republican sources said.
In the face of upcoming nominating contests in Pennsylvania and four other US states on April 26, Trump’s aide Paul Manafort and rival Ted Cruz tussle over the Republican frontrunner’s style and substance.
The Republican front-runner is under pressure to professionalise his campaign beyond a close-knit group of advisers.
Donald Trump’s prediction that the US economy was on the verge of a “very massive recession” hit a wall of skepticism from economists who questioned the Republican presidential front-runner’s calculations.