The app is called Donald Daters, and its goal is to "Make America Date Again."
Fred Fleitz, National Security Adviser John Bolton's chief of staff, is leaving to head the Center for Security Policy.
State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert reportedly is under consideration for U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
"Political systems depend on legitimacy. In America, that legitimacy is failing." — Vox's Ezra Klein
Marc Thiessen said Donald Trump "is probably the most honest president in American history."
The U.S. currently would have a surplus of $156 billion if not for a handful of Republican policies.
Former Maine health commissioner Mary Mayhew adamantly opposed Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act.
The president said California "does a horrible job maintaining their forests," at a big cost to the federal government.
Dr. Don Boys believes the Old Testament definition of rape still stands: It's not rape without resistance. Or screams.
The prevailing philosophical fashion in America
What do you think of these comments by Trump? Classic projection, right?
Wow this is a mess.