Mick Mulvaney

The White House told Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to have NOAA disavow forecasters who challenged Trump’s storm path claim, says The New York Times.
The agency said it needed to cut the payments so everyone can get one.
Just days earlier, Trump's budget director bragged about how many workers quit because of the pending relocation.
The "Late Show" host also makes an offer for some "senseless" gun control legislation.
The top Republican in the House said video games "dehumanize individuals."
The president is "sad," "angry" about two deadly mass shootings within 24 hours, his acting chief of staff said.
"There is a clear pattern here," the Fox News host told acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney.
The president also went after Nancy Pelosi's district in San Francisco, warning "something must be done before it's too late."
"Axios on HBO" said it obtained an enormous cache of internal vetting documents used by Trump's transition team to assess potential officials.
The former White House communications director spills the beans on one of Trump's tendencies.
Sen. Mitch McConnell and other lawmakers agreed on a $4.6 billion deal to house and care for immigrant refugees crossing the Mexico border.
The president asked his acting chief of staff to leave the Oval Office after he dared to cough.
The message from acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan directly contradicts Mick Mulvaney's claim that efforts to hide USS John McCain were "not unreasonable."
"Let’s not get too deep into politics too soon," the acting White House chief of staff said following 2019's deadliest mass shooting thus far.
The acting White House chief of staff said it would be "silly" to fire someone for trying to protect Trump's feelings.
The former White House counsel was asked to turn over documents by Tuesday.
The acting White House chief of staff accused Democratic lawmakers of orchestrating a "political hit job."
Or, at least, someone with his exact name and background does.
Trump faces criticism for not directly denouncing anti-Muslim bigotry. But he did on Sunday defend Fox News' Jeanine Pirro.
The "Harvest Box" is a reach even by the standards of a symbolic budget document.