- Donald Trump to declare national emergency to build border wall
The US President Donald Trump will be signing an executive order to declare a national emergency that will empower him of funding the construction of a massive wall along the US-Mexico border to prevent illegal immigrants from entering the country and curb drug smuggling.Donald Trump not happy with border deal: Report
A news report has quoted the United States of America President Donald Trump sharing his disappointment over the border deal."Donald Trump may not be a president in 2020"
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. on Sunday told voters that Donald Trump may not be able to complete his current term as the President of America.US shutdown ends as Donald Trump agrees to back down
Taking a blow to his outsize ego, US President Donald Trump has agreed to the Democrats' terms to end the debilitating government shutdown temporarily so that they could work on a separate border security plan paving the way for a regular budget.Donald Trump bears most blame for shutdown: Poll
Amid the longest government shutdown in the US history, a majority say President Donald Trump bears more responsibility for it than the Democrats in Congress, and the President's disapproval rating has climbed five points since last month, according to a new CNN Poll conducted by SSRS.Americans hurt by uncontrolled illegal migration: Trump on border crisis
In a primetime address to the nation over the "growing humanitarian and security crisis" at the US-Mexico border, President Donald Trump said that all Americans were hurt by uncontrolled illegal migration.Impeach me and the market will crash: Trump
US President Donald Trump, responding to speculation that he might be impeached, has warned that the "market would crash" by any such move and "everyone would turn poor".US government shuts down after spending bill collapses in Senate
The US government began shutting down on Saturday for the first time in more than four years after Senate Democrats blocked consideration of a stopgap spending measure to keep the government operating, marking a chaotic end to Donald Trump's first year as President.Donald Trump should resign, says Kamala Harris
Kamala Harris, first Indian-American to serve in the US Senate, has joined a growing group of Democratic senators calling for President Donald Trump to step down amid resurfaced allegations of sexual misconduct.More than half of America say Trump 'tearing the country apart'
Fifty six per cent of Americans have said that they believed President Donald Trump was "tearing the country apart" instead of drawing people together, according to a new poll.Top Stories