At a fundraiser in Los Angeles, former vice president Joe Biden called Trump a thug who has shredded the moral fabric of America.
The send her back chant that Trump is claiming to disavow was planned at the rally and rehearsed with the crowd by warm-up act Lara Trump.
Nicolle Wallace put into context the damage that Trump has done to the presidency by playing clips of former presidents and candidates denouncing racism and Obama singing Amazing Grace.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Elijah Cummings screamed at Trump's acting DHS Secretary for abusing separated migrant children in detention centers.
Trump threw his own supporters under the bus after they repeated the send her back chant that he created.
A new list of approval ratings reveals that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is the most unpopular senator in the country.
House Democrats passed a bill on Thursday that would raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour and lift 27 million working Americans out of poverty.
Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) is now the second least popular Senator in America as her approval rating has plummeted to a net (-16) in Maine.
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) predicted that Trump would be sent back to New York where he will face swift indictment and bankruptcy.
Rachel Maddow pointed out that Trump held a virtually all-white rally in Greenville, NC which is one-third African-American, and the crowd engaged in racist chants.
Trump opened up his rally in North Carolina by telling the crowd that the President Of The United States has absolutely nothing to do.l
The White House responded to the House voting to hold Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in contempt with a tantrum and bogus cries of executive privilege.
After the House voted 230-198 to hold Barr and Ross in contempt, the White House responded, “Today’s vote by Speaker Pelosi and House Democrats to hold Attorney General Barr and Secretary Ross in contempt is ridiculous and yet another lawless attempt to harass the President and his Administration. The Departments of Justice and Commerce have produced more than 31,000 pages of documents to the House regarding the census issue, and senior officials from both agencies, including Secretary Ross, have spoken on the record about the matter. Instead of accepting the numerous good-faith efforts of accommodation the Departments have made, Democrats continue to demand documents that are subject to executive privilege. House Democrats know they have no legal right to these documents, but their shameful and cynical politics know no bounds.”
A federal judge denied the government's request to redact details, which means that the details of Trump's hush money felonies will be made public.
Eric Trump went on Fox News to claim that 95% of the country agrees with his dad's racist tweets.
NBC News has found footage in their archives of Trump partying and eyeing up women with child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.
The House will vote on Wednesday afternoon on articles of impeachment that were filed by Rep. Al Green (D-TX) related to Trump’s fitness for office.
Rep. Green announced that he would be filing his articles of impeachment against Trump in a statement provided to PoliticusUSA on Tuesday, “I will read articles of impeachment on the Floor of the U.S. House of Representatives before the close of the business today. To condemn a racist President is not enough, we must impeach him. This will be a defining vote. The world is watching, and history will judge us all.”
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) flipped Republicans out by reading Trump’s racist statements and positions on the House floor.
Rep. Eric Swalwell calls out Trump’s racist statements on the House floor
Republicans flipped out as Rep. Eric Swalwell ran through a list of racist Trump statements and positions on the House floor. pic.twitter.com/OFk1ySStpe
Republicans tried to get Pelosi’s words removed after she called Trump’s tweets racist, but she wouldn’t back down, and the House voted to keep her remarks in the record.
Pelosi refused to change her remarks:
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi called Trump's tweets disgraceful, disgusting, and racist, so Republicans tried to have her words removed from the record.
Instead of speaking out against Trump’s racism, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blamed the four House Democratic women that the president attacked.
Mitch McConnell Blamed House Democratic Women for Trump’s Racism
McConnell said, “We’ve heard facilities on the U.S. Border called concentration camps. We’ve seen the far left throw accusations of racism at everyone. Anyone who disagrees with them on anything, including the Speaker of the House. We’ve seen a freshman Democratic congresswoman use anti-semitic tropes and imply people only support Israel because of campaign contributions. The most vile accusations and insults against our nation have become incredibly routine, and we’ve seen back and forth over the past few days. Most of you know Justice Scalia was my sort of all-time favorite. Here’s what he used to say. He said, I don’t attack people. I attack ideas. And I think that’s a good lesson for all of us. From the president to the speaker to freshmen members of the House, all of us have a responsibility to elevate the public discourse. Our words do matter. We all know politics is a contact sport. But it’s about time we lowered the temperature all across the board, all of us ought to contribute to a better level of discourse.”