The incoming national security advisor aims to ax dozens of White House officials as he dismantles McMaster’s NSC.
Now critics claim the national security advisor is hurting efforts to recruit senior White House intelligence advisors.
Mike Cernovich tries to walk the line between journalist and activist. Can he have it both ways?
Fired White House staffer argued "deep state" attacked Trump administration because the president represents a threat to cultural Marxist memes, globalists, and bankers.
The man McMaster couldn’t fire has now been fired.
Alt-right bloggers are singling out government employees deemed hostile to the president’s agenda.
There are almost no checks and balances on the administration’s conduct of international affairs. And most Americans are fine with that.
Sometime this year, the Trump administration intends to release the legislatively mandated National Security Strategy (NSS). What will it contain about Russia?
The national security advisor wrote the book on dereliction of duty. Is he on the verge of being complicit?
It appears they are attempting something much bigger and more difficult: they are claiming the central allegations of the Washington Post story are false.
In the White House “Game of Thrones for morons,” Steve Bannon is trying to turn the president against his national security advisor.
And is the National Security Council shake-up the beginning of the end for Steve Bannon?
National Security Advisor McMaster asserts his control in a shake-up of the NSC, but Bannon remains a powerful voice inside the White House.