"You have to stand, proudly, for the national anthem or you shouldn't be playing," Trump told Fox News, "you shouldn't be there, maybe you shouldn't be in the country."
Nearly a year after President Trump fired James Comey, the former FBI director has a new memoir, A Higher Loyalty. He talked to NPR about the book and his decisions in the run-up to the 2016 election.
The president says he never asked the former FBI director for his loyalty, and that the notes Comey says he kept about their conversations are "FAKE!"
Inspectors general throughout Washington, D.C., are involved in oversight of everything from the Environmental Protection Agency administrator's travel to ongoing FBI investigations.
Andrew McCabe is closing his legal defense fund after it collected more than $537,000 in just a few days.
Congressional Republicans would not go as far as the president. Sen. Marco Rubio said he remained confident that special counsel Robert Mueller is "fair and thorough" and will "arrive at the truth."
Fallout from sexual harassment, Comey's firing and the Mueller probe are all in strong positions to be the top political stories of 2017. Will there be an upset Thursday?
Voting continues Wednesday for you to decide the top political story of the year. After the first round of voting, there are 32 stories left with some big match ups ahead.
Former FBI Director James Comey publicly claimed ownership of a Twitter account Monday and signaled that he is about to rejoin a national conversation.
Amid hurricanes and working with Democrats to keep the government open and raise the nation's debt limit, Trump's approval rating has stopped its decline and has even rebounded slightly.