Play of the Day
June 23 The bill draft is released and Washington -- and late-night -- reacts.
June 22 In one poll, the health care bill has a 8% favorability rating.
June 21 The White House press shop may be getting a makeover.
June 20 The president and his attorney either disagree or agree on a key component of the Russia investigation.
June 19 The Senate's version of the AHCA is not done, but the president has said it is too "mean."
June 16 The president is back on Twitter after it's revealed he is being investigated for potentially obstructing justice.
June 15 Donald Trump turned 71 on Wednesday and everybody wanted to wish him well.
June 14 He may recuse himself from the Russia investigation, but he will not recuse himself from snacks.
June 13 A room full of fawning administration officials was caught on video Monday.
June 12 One-on-one dinners are just one perk of pledging allegiance to the president.
June 9 The former FBI chief's notes may just end up in a book about Donald Trump.
June 8 The former FBI chief and the president broke bread, talked about loyalty and stared at one another in silence.
June 7 Contractor Reality Leigh Winner, was charged “with removing classified material from a government facility and mailing it to a news outlet.”
June 6 On Twitter, the president does not seem concerned about terminology.
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June 5 It doesn't matter how hard you try, you're not bringing these things back.
May 26 The president met with NATO leaders this week in Europe.
May 25 President Donald Trump visited the Vatican Wednesday for an interesting meeting.
May 23 In Saudi Arabia, the president looks awkward.
May 22 The president needs a certain writing style.
May 19 Even when he's being investigated, President Donald Trump is the greatest.
May 18 The former FBI chief will be the Special Prosecutor on Russia.
May 17 Trevor Noah thinks Melania Trump is part of the reason the president gave sensitive intelligence to the officials.
May 16 Perhaps we'll find out the truth about aliens soon.
May 15 "Saturday Night Live" and "Last Week Tonight" take aim at the president's latest scandal.
May 12 The White House has provided many -- sometimes conflicting -- stories on why President Donald Trump fired the FBI chief.
May 11 Late-night examines more fallout from the president's high-profile firing of the FBI chief.
May 10 "Today will mark a new beginning for our crown jewel of law enforcement," President Donald Trump wrote.
May 9 With the AHCA passing the House, the president is learning some new terminology.
May 8 The AHCA passed and the president announced he will visit Israel, the Vatican and Saudi Arabia.
May 5 On Thursday, Trump asked "I'm president. Can you believe it?"
May 4 That choice sounds awfully familiar to American voters.
May 3 The Russian and American leaders spoke on the phone Tuesday.
May 2 He also wonders if Andrew Jackson could have prevented it.
May 1 Americans are calling the DHS with reports of space aliens.
April 28 Maybe he picked the wrong bus.
April 27 When President Donald Trump wants a Coke, he can get one immediately.
April 26 It went from "Mexico will pay" to "a metaphor," so what's next?
April 25 President Donald Trump also has some cost estimates for the "super duper" border project.
April 24 Maybe he's in every meeting. Or maybe he's a ghost.
April 21 Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent and Kid Rock visit the Oval Office.