"When she leaves the administration I'd be happy to buy her lunch and see what's happening with Trump, the economy, [special counsel] Bob Mueller" and whether she wants to run in 2020, Kristol said
Veteran Republican White House official Bill Kristol says his nonprofit organization Defending Democracy Together is seeking a GOP candidate to run against Trump in 2020.
As the revelations in Woodward's book reverberate, they show a Republican Party and investing community largely unperturbed by concerns about chaos in President Donald Trump's White House.
The op-ed set off frenzied speculation about the identity of the anonymous author, and prompted politicians to respond.
In June, Trump threatened to slap a 20 percent tariff on imports from members of the European Union if that bloc's trade barriers are "not soon broken down and removed."
The administration unveiled the short-term bailout for tariff-hit farmers hours after President Trump proclaimed on Twitter: "Tariffs are the greatest!"
Even hosts at Fox News were stunned by Trump's refusal to condemn Putin for what U.S. intelligence agencies have said is solid evidence of Russia's sustained effort to interfere in the 2016 presidential election.
Numerous Republican lawmakers have criticized the mounting tensions with global trading partners, but leaders have not gotten behind a bill to limit President Donald Trump's ability to impose tariffs.
Trump does not back down from his migrant family separation policy even as condemnation and political risk mount.
The GOP lawmakers add to the mounting backlash Trump faces for his administration's "zero tolerance" practice.
Russia got pushed out of the group of G-8 nations following its annexation of Crimea in 2014.
Mainstream economists across the political spectrum agree the tariffs will have a negative impact on the economy.
The Trump administration move is only its latest in a series of actions targeting foreign countries' trade practices.
Social media users noticed a distinct age gap between the Chinese delegates and the American lawmakers who met them in Washington.
President Trump’s negotiating playbook is by now pretty obvious: Make big demands, thump your chest and claim victory. But some of his talk has a whiff of desperation.
Trump's decision to reconsider joining the TPP opens up another potential line of attack for some Democrats.
President Donald Trump told top economic advisors to look at the possibility of re-entering a massive Pacific trade deal.
The escalation in tariffs proposed by the Trump and China could affect the midterm elections.
The Dow Jones industrial average tumbled more than 580 points after Trump made the announcement about aluminum and steel tariffs.
Mitch McConnell is unlikely to allow debate to extend past July 21, according to a GOP strategist familiar with the lawmaker's thinking.