Hurricane Harvey is now in the running to be the worst natural disaster in US history, so Donald Trump is ignoring the Texas victims and heading to Missouri for a campaign rally.
MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell called the nation's attention to the fact that while people are dying in Houston, Donald Trump used the tragedy of Hurricane Harvey to sell hats.
It is easy to see why Trump will be going to Missouri for his next rally, as his supporters in the state have voiced a demand that both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama be jailed.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis appears to be dragging his feet and ignoring Trump's calls for a transgender military ban.
The news that Donald Trump Jr. will give a transcribed interview to the Senate Judiciary Committee serves as a reminder that while Trump tries to play president in Texas, the Russia scandal still caught up to him.
On his MSNBC program The Beat, Ari Melber reported that Trump can't pardon his way out of any state crimes committed in the Russia scandal and that one state attorney general is already looking their jurisdiction for potential Russia state crimes.
Sarah Palin's defamation lawsuit against The New York Times was tossed out of court as the judge gave Palin a lesson on press freedom in the United States.
Trump was more concerned about his FEMA Director getting famous on television than he was about levees breaching and people being in danger south of Houston.
A new Pew Research poll found that Trump may be the most out of touch president in history as only 15% of Americans said that they agreed with him on all of the issues.
Sen. Ted Cruz is getting shredded by fact checkers for his false claim that he opposed the disaster relief bill for Hurricane Sandy because it was loaded with pork.
The White House press pool released a photograph of Trump leaving for Texas and in his hand is a baseball cap, which he is selling on his website.
Investigators want to know what Donald Trump knew about his son's Trump Tower meeting with Russia and if he tried to cover-up its real purpose.
Trump mind broke during a press conference as he admitted that the US would be funding the border wall, but he also tried to claim that Mexico would pay for it.
Pres. Trump says border wall may be funded "through the United States," adding he hopes government shut down won't be necessary. pic.twitter.com/gY5J67rMbg
President Trump was asked if he considers Russia a security threat during a press conference, and his answer confirmed that he is a Putin puppet.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) who opposed disaster relief for the victims of Hurricane Sandy had his hypocrisy called out as he begged for federal dollars for Texas.
Trump's personal attorney asked Putin for help with a Trump business deal during the 2016 campaign, as evidence of a Trump/Putin connection is becoming concrete.
Recently pardoned racist Joe Arpaio is considering running for the Senate to challenge Republican Trump critic Sen. Jeff Flake in Arizona.
Trump's son in law and daughter have been massive failures in Washington, but insiders describe the President as emotionally dependent on his favorite daughter and son in law to make him feel better.
The data on worker deaths have been scrubbed from the OSHA website, as worker safety protections are under attack from the Trump administration.
Politico reported, “For the past several years, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration had maintained a running list of workers killed on the job — including the date, name and cause of death — near the top of its home page. The list included every worker death reported to OSHA, regardless of whether the company was issued a citation. On Friday, the box on the home page disappeared and was replaced with information on how companies can voluntarily cooperate with OSHA to reduce safety risks. That information was available before but is now displayed more prominently. The new fatality list, buried on an internal page of the website, does not include incidents where a worker was killed if the company was not cited for violations.”
Republicans refuse to admit it, but rolling back regulations can have deadly consequences. As an example weeks before Hurricane Harvey hit, Trump rolled back an Obama era regulation that required infrastructure to be built with rising sea levels in mind.