President Donald Trump on Thursday defended his negotiations with Democratic leaders on immigration, as many of his most prominent supporters denounced the idea of a deal to legalize the status of hundreds of thousands of young immigrants who are in this county illegally.
“Sad to see the history and culture of our great country being ripped apart with the removal of our beautiful statues and monuments. You … can’t change history, but you can learn from it. Robert E Lee, Stonewall Jackson — who’s next, Washington, Jefferson? So foolish!” – the president wrote in a series of tweets.
President Donald Trump’s standing in national polls has consistently declined since the end of last month. His approval rating now sits at the lowest point of his presidency. Here are some questions and answers about what the polls do — and don’t — tell us.
The requirement to use domestic steel for U.S. pipeline projects posed a potential conflict between the Trump administration’s populist agenda and its pro-business stance. Apparently, business won.
Florida has the most to lose if Obamacare is repealed. Its residents will receive an estimated $5.2 billion in Obamacare tax credits this year.
While the economy is important to voters, it’s not having a powerful effect on their vote, the poll found. The Supreme Court, immigration, and racial discrimination were all cited as top issues for voters.
Trump’s problems may be washing over his party, as well, either by tainting it with his own unpopularity or by discouraging Republican turnout. Asked which party they would favor in congressional elections, likely voters sided with the Democrats by 49-42 percent.
Sharp differences along lines of race and politics shape American attitudes toward the poor and poverty, according to a new survey of public opinion, which finds empathy toward the poor and deep skepticism about government antipoverty efforts.
Twenty women, mostly swing voters, sitting at conference tables in Columbus, Ohio, and Phoenix on Tuesday night, provide another. “He’s crazy,” says one. “He kind of acts like a 2-year-old,” says another. “I have a 2-year-old. I see the similarities.”
With Monday’s release of landmark rules to combat global warming, President Barack Obama is putting into place what probably will be the last piece of his ambitious second-term agenda.
As Clinton prepares for the first major rally of her campaign, Saturday in New York, Americans by about 2 to 1 say the country is headed down the “wrong track.” But what sort of change do Americans want?
Splits over conservative values sees the percentage of Americans who identify as Christians at its lowest point ever in the nation’s history.
Survey finds voting preferences for nascent groups — women with graduate degrees, minorities, and millennials — trend towards Democrats.
After winning a divisive election, Netanyahu seeks to repair his image in Western media — but the White House doesn’t seem to be buying it.