The mayor of Puerto Rico's hurricane-battered capital spoke on Friday of thirsty children drinking from creeks. A woman with diabetes said a lack of refrigeration had spoiled her insulin. An insurance adjuster said roads have virtually vanished on parts of the island.
Dozens of people were arrested on Saturday as neo-Nazis and anti-fascists clashed with police during a march by the extreme right-wing Nordic Resistance Movement (NMR) in Gothenburg, Sweden on Saturday, police said.
The President of the United States is not befitting of his position, as he has been proven to be an instrument of historical incompetence and divisiveness. America has been thrust into civil unrest and political upheaval, that hasn't been witnessed in decades. The only saving grace for the future advancement of the world's most celebrated democracy is us...We The People.
The following is a partial list of officials who have been fired or have left the administration since Trump took office on Jan. 20, as well as people who were nominated by Trump for a position, but did not take the job.
Russia probe Special Counsel Robert Mueller is investigating Mike Flynn's possible violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), violations of which have a maximum sentence of five years in prison.
Few people in Puerto Rico have suffered more from the devastation of Hurricane Maria than the elderly and the infirm.
Saturday, President Trump conflated criticism of him with criticism of our soldiers and first responders.
Soon after President Trump was sworn into office on January 20, the NSA warned Jared Kushner not to use a personal email address for government business because it would leave him vulnerable to hacking by the Russians and others. So then he proceeded to use a personal email address for government business.
While Trump was tweeting and obsessing over the NFL, he didn't receive a briefing on Puerto Rico from anyone involved in disaster relief for four days.
Puerto Rico, a U.S. territory of 3.4 million people, struggled through a tenth day with virtually no electricity, patchy communications and shortages of fuel, clean water and other essentials in the wake of Hurricane Maria, the most powerful storm to hit the island in nearly 90 years.
Donald Trump's slow response was bad and will likely cost lives when all is said and done. His recent behavior will only make things worse.
The aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico hasn't just left the island in tatters, but – like Hurricane Katrina did to George W. Bush's presidency – it has left the Trump administration in tatters, too.
"Today our President will sit in his opulent golf resort attacking hurricane first responders," Murphy tweeted.
Instead of attacking the San Juan mayor as she works tirelessly to save lives in Puerto Rico, Donald Trump should be taking notes from her about how to lead in a crisis.
After being embarrassed and shamed for his deliberately lagging response to help Puerto Rico, President Trump let his racist flag fly high, attacking Puerto Ricans as people who are lazy and "want everything to be done for them."
The president’s lack of concern, knowledge and interest in helping Puerto-Rican Americans is telling in more ways than one.
Trump falsely accused CNN and NBC, which includes MSNBC, of attacking first responders because they are telling the truth about his weak Puerto Rico response.
When Julia Louis-Dreyfus announced via Twitter that she has breast cancer, she showed Trump how leadership tweeting is done. At any other time in our political history, the very idea of saying a person playing a president or vice president on television is more presidential than the real thing would be absurd.
The Trump White House cynically threw Tom Price under the bus during a Friday news dump while ignoring the loads of White House officials who were also abusing taxpayer-funded travel including Trump himself.
U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price resigned under pressure from President Donald Trump on Friday in an uproar over Price's use of private charter planes for government business.