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Recent articles by David:

White House holds restricted news briefing, objections mount

Certain news organizations excluded from Spicer gaggle → Read More

Trump again calls media 'enemy of the people'

President again clams 'fake news' dogging his administration → Read More

Trump hits FBI for 'leaks' in midst of investigation

White House chief of staff asked FBI to 'knock down' stories about Russians and Trump team. → Read More

Reported rivals Priebus and Bannon praise Trump — and each other

President's top advisers rip news coverage that cast them as rivals. → Read More

Trump: US will remain 'top of the pack' on nuclear weapons

President discusses global issues in Reuters interview → Read More

Trump prepares for budget, prime-time address

The president addresses Congress next week. → Read More

New Trump national security adviser can change staff, spokesman says

President says he will give new national security adviser full control over his staff → Read More

Trump appoints Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster his new national security adviser

Appointment comes a week after dismissal of Michael Flynn → Read More

Trump appoints McMaster his new national security adviser

President Trump said Monday that retired Gen. H.R. McMaster will be his new national security adviser, replacing the dismissed Michael Flynn. → Read More

McCain defends free press, raises specter of dictatorship from Trump's attacks

Presidential tweet stirs the pot on media relations → Read More

Trump taps Mike Dubke to be White House communications director

He is the founder of conservative media relations firm Crossroads Media. → Read More

Trump returns to a comfortable place: The campaign trail

From an appearance at a Boeing plant in South Carolina to an old-fashioned airport rally in Florida, Trump's events this weekend can't help but inspire talk of a 2020 re-election bid. → Read More

Trump says political opponents are behind intelligence leaks about Russia

President Trump stepped up his war Thursday on the officials leaking information about his presidency, claiming that political opponents are behind it and they will be caught and punished. → Read More

Harward favored for national security adviser job, if he wants to take it

Retired Navy vice admiral Robert Harward, an ally of Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, will likely be President Trump's new national security adviser — if he'll take the job. Harward, a former deputy commander of U.S. Central Command, has not yet said whether he would accept an appointment to replace resigned National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, an administration official said Wednesday. The… → Read More

Trump and Netanyahu waver on support for two-state solution in Middle East

Despite public show of solidarity, Trump has been slow to reject past policies. → Read More

Trump begins search to replace Michael Flynn as questions mount

White House knew about Flynn's misrepresentations for a month. → Read More

Who will replace Flynn? Robert Harward, Keith Kellogg, David Petraeus top the list

White House officials have put out out three names for the successor to resigned National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. → Read More

Trump team assesses legal options on travel ban

Options range from heading to the Supreme Court to re-writing order → Read More

Aide Stephen Miller takes vigorous Trump defense to TV Sunday shows

Stephen Miller aggressive defends president and his policies → Read More

Trump team assesses legal options on travel ban

Options range from heading to the Supreme Court to re-writing order → Read More