Georgia Rep. Michael Williams' defense of a possible Trump N-word tape is just the latest demonstration of how far the Republican Party has jumped off the cliff.
It doesn't take a stable genius to recognize that the real loudmouth who should be denied access to top secret information is sitting in the Oval Office.
Corey Stewart's comments suggest that GOP candidates are already working on a blame-the-media pivot if the tape does exist.
Once again, this president and his shrinking throng of followers are confusing "discrimination" for the truth and "fake news" for factual reporting.
Trump isn't just waging war on those who criticize him. He's systematically attacking key witnesses in Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
As Trump's behavior continues to deteriorate, the threat he poses to the rule of law and the national security of the United States continues to increase.
The American hero's blistering editorial is a must-read for any American who thinks what Trump did this week is normal and acceptable. It's not.
It's only a matter of time before somebody gets hurt, and when that happens, the president of the United States will be directly responsible.
Trump hasn't just obstructed justice in plain sight, but he is actively using the power of the presidency to hurt his political enemies.
Trump's move today may make him feel like a strongman, but it shows how weak he is and it will only make America less safe in the long term.
If and when more tapes are released – particularly audio of Trump saying the N-word – it will only confirm what most of the country has known for years.
This is the behavior of an authoritarian, not a president of the United States. Donald Trump has become a clear and present danger to the United States.
This is obstruction of justice in plain sight, and it's more evidence that Donald Trump recognizes just how much legal jeopardy he is in.
Omarosa told Chris Matthews that those in possession of the tape are sitting on it until just before the November elections.
If you don't love and worship Trump the way he loves and worships himself – even if you're a war hero fighting brain cancer – then Donald Trump cannot help but throw a tantrum.
While Trump devotes an enormous amount of time and passion blasting NFL players, he refuses to take the same approach with white supremacist demonstrators.
A Republican running for a seat in Florida's State House has been caught with a degree that's about as credible as one from Trump University.
In a statement announcing he was suspending his re-election bid, Rep. Chris Collins lashed out at the Democratic Party and Nancy Pelosi.
Donald Trump still hasn't figured out how to adequately condemn white supremacist hate one year after the fatal events in Charlottesville.
The President and one of his most friendly lobbying groups are both accused of essentially working with a foreign adversary to influence the 2016 election.