The family tell-all by his only niece, a clinical psychologist, promises to dissect Trump’s “lethal flaws.”
The Supreme Court case over releasing Trump's tax returns is not looking good for the president.
“The president is not to be treated as an ordinary citizen,” Trump’s lawyer Jay Sekulow said.
The decision, due by June, could do even more than crack open Trump’s secret financial world, a few months before the election.
Trump will likely appeal to the Supreme Court in what promises to be a titanic battle over presidential immunity.
A federal judge issued the decision Monday, but Trump's legal team has already appealed.
Trump will have to release five years of his tax returns before his name can appear on the state’s primary ballot in 2020.
Warren and her husband donated $50,128 to charitable causes, according to their tax return.
Nancy Pelosi is so confident that Democrats will retake the House that she’s publicly predicted it.
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, who spearheaded the legislation, called it “the sanctions bill from hell” earlier this week.
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