As the Stormy Daniels saga gets even more tangled, President Donald Trump is reportedly wishing press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders would do a better job keeping his story straight. At Wednesday’s press conference, Sanders fielded questions about the civil suit Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, filed against the president, alleging that the nondisclosure
Just as they did in 2016, Russia has every intention of trying to interfere in the upcoming midterm American election. Yet it appears the Trump administration has done diddly squat to defend the U.S. from this threat.
Fox News and the Trump era have turned the volume up in politics. Rather than sniff about capitol gains taxes, political figures are now expected to loudly insult one another. Otherwise, they’re likely to be ignored.
Georgia State Senator Michael Williams joined Brianna Keilar Tuesday to bash Delta Airlines for cutting off the NRA discount and defend his beloved second amendment right to own weapons of mass death.
There are better ways to start the week than having to discuss any topic at all with slippery Rick Santorum, but Chris Cuomo does his best, especially after Santorum kept insisting the real problem was “fatherless homes.”
Malcolm Nance joined Stephanie Ruhle this morning to explain why Cadet Bone Spurs is wrong about arming teachers as a strategy against school shooters using AR-15s to mow down their classmates. Point One: “You have to be trained to want to get up and go into fire, that’s what the armed forces does for you,”
Even Sarah Huckabee Sanders had trouble spinning away from Cadet Bone Spurs’ Walter Mitty-ish claim that he’d rush into AR-15 gunfire unarmed, so she turned to her old standby: gaslighting. Jim Acosta asked her a simple question: “When the president said earlier today that he would have run into the school, was he suggesting that
During a Friday appearance on “Real Time with Bill Maher,” former Mexican President Vicente Fox seemed to blame the Parkland, Florida, shooting on President Donald Trump. Fox, who has become an increasingly big name in the era of Trump for his attacks on the president, said that the “aggressive, violent language” coming from the White
Sarah Huckabee Sanders, spokeswoman for the man who spent over a year shouting “Lock Her Up!” at his rallies in order to express displeasure for Hillary Clinton mishandling some classified information in their fever dreams, scolded media today and claimed they were a danger to national security.
Yesterday, the New York Times announced at 3 pm they’d hired Quinn Norton to join their editorial board. By 9 pm yesterday they announced they’d “parted ways.” The New York Times continues to devolve into a parody of its former self.
While those on the right are fond of calling progressives who disagree with Donald Trump and his white nationalist policies “snowflakes,” it turns out the biggest babies of all just so happen to be conservatives.
No matter how they try to change the subject, the White House cannot manage to talk away the fact that the administration had two alleged wife-beaters on the public dime. And until they confront the issue head-on (don’t hold your breath waiting for that), the daily press briefing will be exactly like Monday’s.