The Wyoming Republican Party has voted to censure Representative Liz Cheney over her vote to impeach President Donald Trump for inciting the Capitol insurrection. The censure resolution has been submitted to the Wyoming Republican Party’s State Central Committee for consideration.
Mary Trump, a psychologist and author who is the niece of President Donald Trump, said on the eve of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration that the Trumps should be shunned from public life and called for the Trump brand “to be totally destroyed” in a new interview with the MeidasTouch podcast.
Former FBI Director James Comey, a longtime critic of President Donald Trump’s, described the Capitol insurrection as the Republican Party’s “very own Chernobyl” in a new interview with The Guardian.
A poll released a day ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration finds that the majority of Americans are worried and pessimistic about the future, a further indication of the general malaise that has dogged American politics.
Trump's last-second push to install loyalists Inside military agencies seems to suggest that he is still kicking around coup fantasies.
Over the course of a few months, the GOP has lost control of both the White House and the senate. With Democrats in complete control, there isn’t much Republican leaders can do to respond.
That doesn’t mean they aren’t going to try. Arizona, a long-time Republican stronghold, voted for Biden and has recently elected two Democratic senators. In response, the Arizona GOP censured Cindy McCain.
Donald Trump is bungling this health crisis to the very end, but the adults – and science – are about to be in charge again.
Rep. Dean blasted Graham for apparently forgetting that Trump incited an attack that targeted his own vice president and members of Congress.
From 2016 through 2017, FBI Director James Comey played a massive role in American politics. Just weeks before the election, he sent a letter about Hillary Clinton’s emails to Congress. This may have cost her the election.
Trump is ending his presidency the same way he started it: as a deeply disliked man that most of the country never wanted in the White House.
For the last two years, Nancy Pelosi has spent much of her time holding Donald Trump accountable for her actions. In just two short days, though, Trump will no longer be her problem anymore.
The Speaker of the House spoke about her experiences during an appearance on Hillary Clinton’s radio show. Of course, the main topic of conversation was the recent attack on the US Capitol and how happy it must have made Vladimir Putin.
Every year on Martin Luther King Day, thousands of people post tributes to the civil rights leader on their social media accounts. This includes many people in the Republican Party.
The ever oblivious Ivanka Trump posted a tribute to MLK this morning. Just days after trying to eliminate the votes of millions of African Americans, Ted Cruz wrote, “Now more than ever, we are reminded of the power of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s words, calling on all of us to have ‘the courage to face the uncertainties of the future,’ ‘as we continue our forward stride toward the city of freedom.”
Donald Trump's staff is sending out mass emails to and allowing people to bring up to five guests as they are trying to boost attendance at his farewell ceremony.
Russia has once again come to the rescue of Trump and the Republican Party by hosting Parler so that US domestic terrorists can plot with each other.
Trump is yelling at everyone in the White House that he really won the election and is vowing revenge against Republicans who voted to impeach him.
Garth Brooks will be playing at Joe Biden's inaugural in what he called a non-political statement, but he pointed to Biden's message of unity as inspiration.
Trump is not only planning on giving himself military honors, but he wants a big crowd in attendance for his Washington, DC departure.
Melania Trump will be breaking decades of White House tradition by not holding a walkthrough for Jill Biden of the private White House living quarters.
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris has officially resigned from her seat in the Senate ahead of Inauguration Day, when she will take the oath of office and become the nation’s first female vice president.
Representative Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.) confirmed in an interview with CNN that Representative Lauren Boebert (R-Col.) gave a “large tour” prior to the attack on the Capitol earlier this month.