In a taped interview with Jon Karl, Trump defended the 1/6 domestic terrorists for wanting to hang Mike Pence.
Trump gave a defense of Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse who murdered two people and injured one other in a mass shooting.
Trump repeatedly claimed that his supporters were peaceful as he blamed Democrats for violence in cities that he is encouraging.
In an interview with Axios, President Donald Trump defended his well wishes for Ghislaine Maxwell, who has been arraigned on charges that she recruited and participated in the abuse of young girls for the late financier Jeffrey Epstein, who mysteriously died in prison last year while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges. He also openly questioned the circumstances of Epstein’s death.
Donald Trump has defended monuments to the Confederacy by claiming they are a form of healing. The President has long argued that removing the controversial monuments would be destroying history.
President Trump spoke to conservative outlet Sinclair Broadcasting Group on Thursday about Confederate monuments that have been torn down during the George Floyd protests.
President Donald Trump defended his decision to hold a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma on June 19, the day marking the end of slavery in the United States. Tulsa is also the site of the Tulsa race massacre, when mobs of white residents attacked black residents and businesses with guns and bombs dropped from above by private aircraft, leveling an entire section of the city and killing an estimated hundreds of people.
President Donald Trump defended his son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner after a reporter questioned him about Kushner’s suggestion that the federal stockpile of medical resources was not for the states.
Trump is trying to pick his general election opponent while dividing the Democratic Party by defending Sen. Sanders on Russian election interference.
The bullies of America know that Donald Trump has their backs. The bully can even be a race horse, for whom Trump will tweet a defense. Politically correct “MAGA” talk show hosts, people who are known to bully and harass on social media, can count on Trump to cry “censorship” when they are acted against. Naturally, Trump’s passion for free speech only applies to the free speech protections for his own tribe.
Instead of denouncing gun violence after the Poway synagogue shooting, Trump warned that Democrats are coming to take everyone's guns.
As Trump's presidency continues to go up in flames amid increasing legal trouble, Barack Obama is giving the country a much-needed dose of holiday cheer.
President Donald Trump yesterday used several different arguments in defending the use of tear gas at the Mexican border. First he claimed that the tear gas was “very safe,” then blamed the migrants with children for being in the way of the tear gas, and finally he said that the children were not even theirs.
Contrast Trump's rhetoric toward dictators with his treatment of American allies, and it becomes even more startling.
Sinclair Broadcast Group, owner of hundreds of local news stations across the U.S., has come under fire after a video showcasing dozens of reporters delivering the same speech to viewers in their respective communities went viral.
Trump couldn't resist putting Matt Lauer's firing for inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace in quotes, and then minimizing Lauer's behavior going on a tangent about NBC and "fake news."
President Donald Trump, surrounded by thousands of supporters on Tuesday, defended his response to the violence at a rally organized by white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, and attacked the media for "giving a platform to hate groups."
Mere days after proclaiming April to be sexual assault and awareness month, and claiming he was recommitting "ourselves" to fighting it, President Trump defended Fox News host Bill O'Reilly, who reportedly settled five lawsuits over claims of sexual harassment.
The Select Committee has a duty to question Trump about every detail that arose at this critical juncture when the nation was most vulnerable.
Speaking to The New York Times, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (D-N.Y.) explained why his party has focused on former President Donald Trump amid criticism of it from Republicans who have accused Democrats of launching investigations motivated by political animus toward him and focusing much of their messaging around him ahead of next year’s midterm elections.
Former MI6 agent Christopher Steele, the author of the controversial “Steele Dossier,” which contains allegations of misconduct, conspiracy, and cooperation between former President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russian operatives prior to and during the 2016 general election. The dossier was published in full by Buzzfeed News in January 2017.