The tweet paired a quote from Nelson Mandela’s autobiography with a picture of Mr. Obama smiling up at a diverse group of children.
The longtime aide will temporarily fill the spot left by Anthony Scaramucci and help the president find a replacement, an administration official said.
Mr. Kimmel pitched a plan he said he thought the president’s supporters might get behind.
The president defended his embattled chief strategist even as Washington waits for Stephen K. Bannon’s departure from the White House.
After a crowded Republican race, Mr. Moore, a former chief justice of the State Supreme Court, and Mr. Strange, the current senator, will face each other in a runoff next month.
The president said he was streamlining regulations in order to speed construction of infrastructure projects like roads and bridges.
During a shouting-match of a news conference, an angry president asserted that “alt-left” activists in Charlottesville were as much to blame as neo-Nazis.
If President Trump makes good on his promise to “let Obamacare implode,” premiums for the most popular plans would rise about 20 percent next year.
In remarks about Charlottesville, President Trump falsely equated “alt-left” violence with the killing of Heather D. Heyer.
Terms like these are part of a far-right political lexicon that has become important to understanding American politics.
President Trump on Tuesday made remarks on the violence in Charlottesville, Va., Confederate statues, his outlook on Stephen Bannon and more.
Shortly after taking office, the Trump administration pulled back a $400,000 grant to a Chicago-based group founded to combat right-wing white extremist groups.
President Trump, in a long, combative exchange with reporters at Trump Tower, insisted that he did nothing wrong on Saturday when he declined to specifically condemn Nazi and white supremacist groups.
The president said he did nothing wrong in his first remarks on Saturday following racial unrest in Virginia.
With an announcement in Nevada, a market that the president said was set to “implode” shows yet more signs of health.
“Since the election, I’ve spent more time in his tower than he has,” says a Metro reporter assigned to cover the president’s intersection with NYC.
In more than 30 appearances, the future president tried out his talking points on a host who was among the first to treat him as a serious political thinker.
President Trump’s reluctance to single out the far right reflects a view widely held by conservatives that the news media willingly overlooks left-wing extremism.
A web hosting firm is fighting a sweeping search warrant for information about visitors to an anti-Trump website used to organize inauguration protests.
Days after a driver rammed into a crowd in Charlottesville, Va., the president retweets a cartoon attacking the news network.
President Trump bowed to pressure that he personally condemn white supremacists who incited violence in Virginia, but neither supporters nor critics were satisfied.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions earned cautious praise from critics for his early steps in denouncing white nationalism and opening a civil rights investigation.
The president’s delay in denouncing neo-Nazis in Charlottesville has put new pressure on Stephen K. Bannon, who ran the Breitbart website.
The Sinclair Broadcast Group and the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission see eye to eye on the need to unleash television. Both are reaping big rewards.
Mr. Trump once again addressed the violence that occurred in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend after white nationalists clashed with counterprotesters.
Senator Luther Strange, a Republican, is in a pitched battle to make the runoff in the special election that will determine whether he keeps his seat.
A decision to extend the deadline for insurance companies to calculate rate increases for 2018 adds to the uncertainty over the future of health care.
Many in Washington and capitals across the Pacific are wondering whether President Trump’s fusillade of apocalyptic threats was more method or madness.
Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, is said to be in talks about interviewing current and former senior officials, including Reince Priebus, the recently ousted chief of staff.
The White House aide spoke at the annual gathering of the National Association of Black Journalists for a panel that was moderated by Ed Gordon, a host at Bounce TV.
He has made it clear that he intends to dismantle the E.P.A.’s environmental mission. His critics say he is deploying extraordinary secrecy as he does so.
The Russian leader ordered the United States to cut its staff in the country, and President Trump thanked him.
Read about how the other side thinks: Writers from across the political spectrum discuss the growing tensions with North Korea.
Mr. Trump has trained his fire on Mr. McConnell, the Senate majority leader, for days, venting on Twitter about the Senate’s inability to pass a health care bill.
The Pentagon has made no move to expel personnel since the commander in chief tweeted the policy two weeks ago.