One idea reportedly kicked around by the pair was "The Apprentice: White House." But Trump dismissed it as "false reporting."
Comedy group The Good Liars changed covers on the presidential son's book to "make it a little more honest."
By counting Trump's truths, "you could do it on one or two hands," said Tony Schwartz. "And they were accidental."
"Mike Pompeo speaking about how walls are cruel is like watching a shark say the sight of blood makes it faint."
"The president says you should do it, I say you should do it. We are all in agreement."
Trump “would be very intimidated" by this person, claimed the former White House communications director.
The president acknowledged he's considering attending the Victory Day event.
"Impeachment is like the death penalty for a public official," the former ambassador to the United Nations said in a CBS News interview.
Britain's Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn say they want justice, not money, for the death of their 19-year-old son, Harry.
Iowa voters turned two GOP House members out of office in last year’s midterms, raising red flags in a state Trump won in 2016 and needs to win again
Former Trump campaign CEO Steve Bannon testified that Roger Stone was the "access point" to WikiLeaks and information about Democrats' hacked emails.
He also said that the whistleblower's attorney should be "sued" for "treason."
"When it’s even too awful for Facebook, you know it’s bad," remarked tech journalist Kara Swisher.
The former national security adviser has been called to testify in the impeachment inquiry by lawmakers, but his lawyers want a court to clear him to do so first.
Her father has repeatedly urged the public outing of the person who raised concerns about his call with Ukraine's president.
In testimony released Friday, both Vindman and Fiona Hill said acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney helped coordinate the quid pro quo efforts.
The infamous inflatable is set to appear at the game just days after students were warned against "disruptive behavior."