Bestselling author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza joins “The Daily Signal” live to talk about his documentaries on President Obama and Hillary Clinton, and what to expect from the Trump presidency.
When white supremacy was a real force, the Democrats were doing it. Now that it’s a spent force, they’re trying to blame it on the right.
Statewide recounts in key 2016 battlegrounds are proceeding in fits and starts — but doing little to change the math behind Donald Trump’s victory.
How will Trump shape the Supreme Court?
President Obama said Sunday that he does not intend to interject frequently when he turns things over to President-elect Donald Trump.
The president’s science czar, who once said there are too many people and advocated sterilizing people through drinking water, says at least human activity is preventing the ice age that we’d been warned about.
On “Fox & Friends Weekend,” Dinesh D’Souza debated a Democratic operative on whether Trump won by appealing to white supremacy.
Barack Obama says he does not intend on becoming Donald Trump’s constant critic, but suggested he may speak out if the President-elect’s policies breach certain “values or ideals.”
The leading candidates are both high-profile politicians with their share of detractors.
Mr. Trump essentially said never mind, signaling that he has no intention of directing investigations into his former rival’s use of a private email server or the financial operations at the Clinton family’s global foundation.