Omarosa Manigault, recently named assistant to the president and director of communications in the Office of Public Liaison for the Trump administration, has promised the first press interview with President Trump to Benjamin Chavis, president/CEO of the National Newspaper Publishers Association, according to sources who attended a private meeting with the Trump transition team Jan. 4. […]
On Jan. 10, against the backdrop of President Obama’s farewell address, a nomination hearing for Sen. Jeff Sessions to be attorney general and a press conference by Donald Trump, members of Congress did battle over a painting by a teenager. […]
First Lady Michelle Obama welcomed students from across the country and across town (Bancroft Elementary School) as well as NASA representatives to the White House to participate in planting vegetables in the White House Kitchen Garden Tuesday, April 5th. This year, 2016, marks the eighth and final year of vegetables planting for Mrs. Obama since originally starting her first major White House garden in 2009.
For nearly an hour Tuesday night, the nation’s 44th commander in chief reminded everyone that history will not only show him to be the first — and perhaps only — black president, but time will reveal just how well a job Obama did after inheriting a nation at war, reeling in debt and cowering in fear every time Homeland Security raised the threat level. […]
It appears that House Republicans want to control what the means by which other members of Congress object to questionable legislation. And so a new battle has begun — and on the very day of the new Congress with Rep. John Lewis leading the way. […]