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"You're fired! No, not you, Ivanka."

Play of the Day: Trump Missed a Chance to Use His Catchphrase

Sally Yates never got to hear "you're fired!" from the president.

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., ranking member on the House Oversight Committee.

House Democrats Seek Background on Rumored Inspector General Firings

Trump allegedly abandoned a plan to ask for the resignations of IGs after transition officials met resistance.

Paul Ryan Calls Trump's Handling of Immigration Order 'Regrettable'

But despite criticism from Republican lawmakers, the speaker defended the underlying policy: “What is happening is something that we support,” he told reporters Tuesday.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Loves 'Finding Dory'

The president watched a movie about a family being separated over the weekend.

Defense Could Be Next to Announce Hiring Freeze Exemptions

Spokesman says department is finalizing guidance; senators urge exemptions for naval shipyard workers, citing national security.

Play of the Day: Trump is Signing Executive Orders… With a Certain Style

The leather-bound documents are on-brand and his presentation of them is top-notch.

Enrique Peña Nieto is shown in 2014 in Mexico City.

Play of the Day: The Wall is Already Working

One Mexican, President Enrique Peña Nieto, is staying out the U.S. thanks to Trump's project.

The Quiet GOP Campaign Against Government Regulation

Why these rules exist, how they are issued, and what congressional Republicans want to do with them

Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., is one of the lawmakers who inquired about VA's status during the freeze.

Republicans Seek Assurance That Certain VA Health Jobs Are Exempt From Hiring Freeze

The department this week said it plans to exempt anyone it considers necessary for “public safety.”

Special Counsel Issues Reminder That Agencies Cannot Gag Whistleblowers

Lawmakers challenge alleged Trump directives, citing protected disclosures.

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