The former NYC mayor is weighing a 2020 presidential bid as a Democrat and sounding off.
Versions of a "wealth tax" proposed by the 2020 hopeful have been put in place in a number of countries. Most have gotten rid them.
Trump tweeted: "A low level staffer that I hardly knew named Cliff Sims wrote yet another boring book based on made up stories and fiction."
Stone was arrested Friday after a grand jury indicted him on a count of "obstruction of proceeding," five counts of making false statements and a count of witness tampering.
DNI chief Dan Coats also noted that U.S. intelligence agencies believe North Korea is unlikely to give up its nuclear weapons.
The larger the third-party vote in 2020, the lower winning percentage Trump needs for re-election.
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The heckler called Schultz an "egotisical billionaire a------" and said he should "go back to getting ratioed on Twitter."
The committee is stacked with eager, media-friendly Democrats hungry to rein in President Trump.
"It's going to take a time for them to clean up the wreckage and get the money out the door," said one housing advocate.
The lawyer for Trump's former attorney said last week that his client was delaying his public testimony due to threats from Trump and others.
Special counsel Robert Mueller has nearly finished his nearly two-year investigation of collusion and Russian interference in the 2016 election, the acting attorney general said Friday.
Nancy Pelosi invited the president to deliver his State of the Union address on February 5th, less than a week after cancelling it during the shutdown.
"Huawei employed a strategy of lies and deceit to conduct and grow its business," said Richard Donoghue, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of N.Y.
The U.S. announced sanctions Monday against Venezuela's state-owned oil company amid a constitutional power struggle in that nation.
Of that $11 billion hit, $3 billion is gone forever, a Congressional Budget Office report found.
Those close to the former presidential contender are tamping down a report that she might be considering a bid.
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"The stakes couldn't be higher," one Bloomberg aide tweeted. "We can not afford the risk of spoiler politics that result in Trump's re-election."
A decade ago, the New York politician's stance on the issue sounded more akin to President Donald Trump than the modern Democratic party.
"Lord knows, I am not perfect," Harris said. "But I will always speak with decency and moral clarity and treat all people with dignity and respect."
President Donald Trump tweeted misleading statistics about voter fraud on Sunday, claiming that nearly 60,000 non-citizens voted in Texas.
Castro said Schultz to consider the "negative impact" of an independent bid.
"I'd also testify honestly about any other matter, including any communications with the president," Stone said.
Analysis: The most problematic part of a recent Trump tweet about Michael Cohen is the cryptic recommendation to watch his father-in-law.