Donald Trump wants to ban Muslims from entering the United States. He separated thousands of poor families at the border and tossed kids into concentration camps. He stripped families apart and deported them by the thousands. He defended neo-Nazis and white supremacists after they killed Heather Heyer and injured…
First, it was the smoking gun everyone had been waiting for. Then, just hours later, it became fodder for the “fake news” mantra repeated ad nauseam by the Trump team.
Whatever Donald Trump thinks he’s doing in the White House, what he’s not doing is negotiating in good in faith.
Donald Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, had one job: Go on the Sunday morning TV news networks and attack the BuzzFeed story. Instead, he ended up acknowledging that maybe Trump did talk to Michael Cohen ahead of Cohen’s testimony to Congress about a Trump Tower Moscow deal. But hey, that’s normal!
In a speech at the White House Saturday afternoon, President Donald Trump offered Democrats relief for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and an extension of the Temporary Protected Status program in exchange for $5.7 billion for a “wall” on the southern border.
A Georgia state lawmaker who opposed a statue of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and wants to restore street names to the era before King was assassinated has been named chair of a state House committee just days ahead of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Update, Sunday, 8:50 p.m.: The student pictured in the red hat facing off with Nathan Phillips, Covington Catholic High School junior Nick Sandmann, issued a statement to the Cincinnati Enquirer Sunday night via an attorney and spokesman for his family.
As quickly as it prompted a media and political firestorm after it was published on Thursday, BuzzFeed’s report accusing President Donald Trump of ordering Michael Cohen to give false testimony regarding a proposed Trump Tower in Moscow is now giving those in Trump’s circle new ammunition to accuse the media of…
Dan Little, the husband of Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, paid a visit recently to Mt. Hood National Forest Sno-Park southeast of Portland. The deluge of trash he encountered in the park’s bathroom, thanks to Donald Trump’s federal government shutdown, didn’t seem to jibe with that whole claim about “Making America Great…
GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham’s erratic behavior and rabid pro-Trump posturing in recent months have left many wondering what really is going on behind the scenes in Graham’s personal and political life.
Following a New York Times report Friday revealing that Donald Trump was targeted by a counterintelligence investigation to determine if he is acting on behalf of the Russian government, it was only a matter of time before someone asked him if he is a Russian asset.
Donald Trump apparently doesn’t want anyone, including senior officials from his own administration, to know what he discussed in private on several occasions with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Ample evidence already exists that Donald Trump doesn’t care at all for those who voted for him in 2016, or for his cultish base that continues to support him no matter the cost.
Julián Castro, the former secretary of housing and urban development under President Barack Obama, has been in the Democrats’ national spotlight since delivering a keynote speech at the Democratic National Convention in 2012.
InfoWars founder and blathering conspiracy theory peddler Alex Jones was handed yet another legal setback on Friday.
The president of the United States, Donald Trump, was the target of a counterintelligence investigation in 2017 to determine whether he was acting on behalf of the Russian government and posed a national security threat to the United States.
On Dec. 19, Donald Trump shocked his own military advisers by falsely claiming on Twitter that the Islamic State had been defeated in Syria. The same day, in a video posted to Twitter, Trump declared, “We have won against ISIS.”
The Trump shutdown, now in its third week, has prompted the closure of museums and a lack of staffing at monuments and parks across the nation’s capital and elsewhere. But one historic site remains open in DC that is fully staffed by National Park Service rangers: the Trump International Hotel’s clock tower.
President Donald Trump has bombarded the public with so many lies in the past two years that we’ve almost become desensitized to it. Lately, however, one would be hard-pressed to find even one truthful statement in anything he says, and that is simply astounding. This is the president of the United States, after all.
As talks between the Trump administration and Democratic congressional leaders over funding for a border wall continue to lead to nowhere, the president reportedly is considering taking the extreme step of declaring a national emergency.