Play of the Day
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.
April 20 President Donald Trump welcomed the Super Bowl champs on Wednesday.
April 19 Why hasn't President Donald Trump come up witha clever moniker for North Korea's leader
April 18 It was a festive holiday at 1600 Pennsylvania in so many ways.
April 17 The president reflects on both his military strikes and his desserts.
April 14 The resort owned and frequented by President Donald Trump has run afoul of Florida food safety rules.
April 13 The White House Easter Egg Roll is a few days away. Is the Trump administration ready?
April 12 What, exactly, was he thinking when he was talking about Assad and Hitler on Tuesday?
April 11 Wait… How do you pronounce his name again?
April 10 Russia has supported the Assad regime while the regime has fought ISIS while the U.S. has fought both Assad and ISIS… It's all very confusing.
April 7 The strategist is taken off the National Security Council, but is there discord in the White House?
April 6 Jimmy Kimmel examines the White House official's trip to Iraq.
April 5 Forget the Mexicans: Americans want to stare at something pretty.
April 4 The president's son-in-law traveled to Iraq, increasing his portfolio of responsibilities.
April 3 Perhaps the former president's comments were a compliment to Donald Trump.
March 31 The vice president "never eats alone with a woman other than his wife."
March 30 Trump has a scheduling conflict with the Washington Nationals, but has thrown out first pitches before.
March 29 According to Jimmy Fallon, the president is less popular than wet doorknobs.
March 28 The president hit the links once again this past weekend.
March 27 Bill Maher and Jimmy Fallon examine the failure of the AHCA.
March 24 The president ends a newly published interview with an unimpeachable fact.
March 23 The accusations about the president's former campaign manager intensified this week.
March 22 The president's daughter will be his "eyes and ears." Perhaps she'd be better served to act as his Twitter thumbs.
March 21 If President Donald Trump saw the wiretap news on TV, what will he do when he watches Game of Thrones?
March 20 There was less handshaking than you might imagine when the U.S. and German leaders met on Friday.
March 17 Jimmy Kimmel thinks the president could learn from some of the shows.
March 16 Samantha Bee looks at a new favored term by the White House and its surrogates.
March 14 Kellyanne Conway defends her remarks about surveillance.
March 13 The president has finally found something on which he will not affix his name.
March 10 President Donald Trump doesn't want his name on it, while Speaker of the House Speaker Paul Ryan explains why it's necessary.
March 9 Sean Spicer explains the AHCA's benefits against the ACA's benefits.
March 8 Dr. Ben Carson addressed HUD employees and got a little off-topic.
March 7 The current president's accusations against his predecessor need to be taken seriously including #oboogeyman.
March 6 A president can worry about more than one thing at once, but should Arnold Schwarzenegger be something with which Donald Trump concerns himself?
March 3 The EPA chief sued the EPA, so it makes sense that the Attorney General may have perjured himself.