WASHINGTON –– David Shulkin, removed days ago as secretary of Veterans Affairs, said political appointees had engineered his ouster as they push for “more aggressive” changes to how the sprawling department is run. “I did not resign,” Shulkin said Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union.
Source: Ousted VA secretary says he had no reason to quit
President Donald Trump on Thursday continued to cast doubt on the United States intelligence community’s conclusion that the Kremlin meddled in … Source: Trump is still casting doubt on Russia’s interference in the 2016 election, ahead of Putin meeting
Some of the main figures who served as conduits between the white nationalist far right and the mainstream conservative movement — such as Steve … Source: Alt-right snowflakes play victim, in hopes of mainstream sympathy
Mitt Romney may have moved west, but his political evolution continues toward the right. The former Massachusetts governor, now running for U.S. Senate in his new home state of Utah, told a crowd at a local campaign event Monday that he’s actually more conservative on some issues than President … Source: Mitt Romney […]