In a radio interview with Geraldo Rivera, Trump talked about one of the lessons he’s learned: not to let officials listen in on his phone calls with world leaders.
Trump tells Geraldo Rivera during a radio interview that he may end the practice of having national security and foreign service staff listen in on his calls with foreign leaders.
Senators Mike Lee and Rand Paul rail about the horrid excuse for a briefing the White House gave on the justification for the killing of Qasem Soleimani
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul tells CNN's Jake Tapper that sending military aid to Ukraine to fend off the Russians actually damages the United States' national security while refusing to answer questions on whether Trump actually cares about corruption.
Once, the U.S. remained committed to protecting the sovereignty and democracy of this eastern European nation. Those days are over.
Former Gen. James Mattis uses his former military service as a shield to avoid speaking out against Trump.
The Washington Post reports that on a phone call between Trump and a foreign leader, a promise was made that so alarmed a DNI whistleblower that they felt compelled to tell the Inspector General.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo doubled down on his statement from last March, when he said he would not rank climate change in the list of the top five threats to the national security of the United States.
Sec. of State Mike Pompeo tells ABC's Jonathan Karl that he "can't rank" climate change on the list of national security threats following his recent comments that he wouldn't put it in the "top five."
Spies, massage parlor owners, and Chinese Communists, oh my!
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