Kyle Feldscher, CNN

Kyle Feldscher


Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Kyle:


8 takeaways from Biden's trip to Europe

President Joe Biden used a last-minute trip to Europe this week to rally the world's democracies and announce more actions against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine, while also causing a geopolitical stir with one of the final lines from his speech in Poland. → Read More


President and first lady plan to get their Covid-19 vaccine booster shots once they're eligible, Biden says

President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden plan to get Covid-19 vaccine booster shots once they are cleared to take them, the President said in an interview aired Thursday. → Read More


Interior Secretary David Bernhardt tests positive for Covid-19

Interior Secretary David Bernhardt tested positive for Covid-19 on Wednesday, becoming the latest prominent member of President Donald Trump's administration to contract the coronavirus. → Read More


Mitt Romney calls Trump's attempt to overturn Michigan election 'undemocratic'

Two prominent Republican senators on Thursday ripped President Donald Trump's attempt to overturn the results of the presidential election in Michigan, with one going so far as to call the President's strategy "undemocratic." → Read More


Judge Amy Coney Barrett again updates her Senate paperwork after CNN's KFile found omissions

Judge Amy Coney Barrett on Friday sent more documents to the Senate Judiciary Committee after CNN's KFile reported earlier this week that at least seven public talks had not been included in her questionnaire to the committee. → Read More


Trump signs spending bill to keep government open until December 11

President Donald Trump early Thursday morning signed a spending bill to keep the government open until December 11. → Read More


Federal judge removes acting Bureau of Land Management director after finding he has served unlawfully for 424 days

A federal judge on Friday ordered acting Bureau of Land Management Director William Perry Pendley to step aside, blocking him from exercising any more authority after finding that he has served unlawfully for more than 400 days. → Read More


Here's one big difference between the Trump and Nixon impeachment proceedings

The American people are nearly two months into the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump and they're still mostly split on whether he should be impeached and removed from office, with exactly half of Americans saying he should be, according to CNN's latest poll. → Read More


Here's what we know so far about the whistleblower complaint involving Trump and Ukraine

The whistleblower complaint filed to the intelligence community inspector general containing allegations about President Donald Trump's conduct is still a mostly unknown document, even after it was sent to Congress on Wednesday afternoon. → Read More


Court blocks federal funds for border wall in parts of California and New Mexico

A federal judge in California ruled against the Trump administration on Friday in two different cases, ultimately preventing $2.5 billion in federal funds from being used for a border wall in portions of California, New Mexico, Texas and Arizona. → Read More


Trump says vote on GOP's health care proposal won't come until after 2020 election

President Donald Trump said late Monday night that Republicans are working on a new health care plan but won't introduce it until after the 2020 election. → Read More


Trump claims migrants grab children to cross southern border for favored status

President Donald Trump suggested Monday that some adults had "grabbed" children at the Southwestern border to better their chances of entering the US while confronting federal agents during an incident Sunday that resulted in the use of tear gas. → Read More


Legal fight looms as Trump admin considers caravan order that could violate federal law

As a migrant caravan hundreds of miles away moves toward the United States, the Trump administration is weighing its options on trying to block entry to the United States and possibly narrow the category of individuals who can apply for asylum. → Read More


QAnon-believing 'conspiracy analyst' meets Trump in the White House

A right-wing conspiracy theorist and QAnon-believer appeared to visit President Donald Trump in the Oval Office on Thursday, according to a picture posted on his Twitter account. → Read More


Washington Post: GOP fundraiser Broidy probed for alleged influence peddling

Republican fundraiser Elliott Broidy is under federal investigation for allegedly telling foreign officials he could influence the Trump administration to take certain actions in exchange for tens of millions of dollars, The Washington Post reported Friday. → Read More


EPA chief Scott Pruitt resigns amid ethics scandals

President Donald Trump said Trump he has accepted the resignation of Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt. → Read More


Trump meets with key senators as he starts full-court press to nominate new justice

President Donald Trump met with key senators at the White House on Thursday as the administration goes into a full-court press to nominate and confirm a new Supreme Court justice before the midterm elections next fall. → Read More


WH on separating undocumented families: 'Very biblical to enforce the law'

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said it was "biblical" for President Donald Trump's administration to enforce federal law in a way that separates children from their families at the border when they illegally enter the US. → Read More


Manafort's lawyers say Mueller's new charges are based on 'thinnest of evidence'

Former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his attorneys struck back at special counsel Robert Mueller's charges of witness tampering late Friday, calling them based on the "thinnest of evidence." → Read More

Jeh Johnson warned James Comey Trump could see dossier briefing as a threat

Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson warned James Comey not to brief President Trump on the Russia dossier because he worried Trump would see it as a threat. → Read More