Daniela Greene returned to the US just a month after trying the knot with Denis Cupert
President says he avoids 'negativity' before work
The President records 'basically all of the cable news', sources close to the White House have told New York Magazine's Gabriel Sherman
Paradoxical President hits out at ‘fake news’ but is privately an avid consumer of newspapers and broadcast journalism who enjoys jousting with reporters
Double-standard noted by US network as Trump's war with media continues
President's latest outburst follows his ban on several critical organisations attending a White House briefing
Ms Navarro is known for her outspoken comments on a range of topics
Fake news may have helped hand Trump the presidency, but he is now finding it is a double-edged sword
Sean Spicer was asked about Conway’s remarks about Nordstrom and Ivanka Trump. ‘She’s been counselled,’' he said. But who is counselling Sean Spicer?
President attacks ‘fake news media’ amid allegations campaign team communicated with Russia
Only this week did the President branded the cable news network 'fake news'
'It’s an opportunity to practice the skills we’ve learned in much tougher places around the world'
Trump vows to keep tweeting and tells supporters at inauguration ball: 'The enemies keep saying, ‘oh, that’s terrible’, but it’s a way of bypassing dishonest media.'
'The BBC can’t edit the internet, but we won't stand aside either', James Harding tells staff
It was the President-elect's first news conference in more than six months
The claims have been taken sufficiently seriously to warrant the media’s (and by extension the public’s) attention, even if they cannot be proved beyond doubt. But the wholesale dump of unverified information is a journalist cop-out