Kasich added that he is proud of the fact that he, unlike many in the GOP, never sold out supported Trump's dangerous agenda.
Donald Trump may have run on draining the swamp during the 2016 presidential campaign, but Democrats plan to fulfill that promise.
Rachel Maddow is more terrified of Donald Trump's presidency than ever after reading Bob Woodward's new book, set to be released Tuesday.
The closeness of the race between Ted Cruz and Beto O'Rourke is evidence of just how much damage Trump has done to the GOP brand
There is no step this president is unwilling to take to make the environment dirtier as long as it pleases his donors and undoes an Obama era rule.
If Republican officials want history to look back kindly on them, they need to do something substantive to stand up to an out-of-control president.
The president of the United States – with the help of a spineless Republican Party – is trying to rig the Supreme Court to protect himself.
Bill Maher believes now is the time for Al Franken to bring back his voice, even with the baggage he might carry with him.
By exposing Brett Kavanaugh as an enemy of reproductive rights for women, Democrats are pushing a strategy that could ultimately pay off.
The same party that denied Barack Obama's Supreme Court nominee a hearing is now enforcing sham rules in order to rush their pick through Congress.
Once a Republican who prided himself on his independent streak, Rand Paul has turned into a shameless puppet for Donald Trump.
Tony Schwartz said the focus on who wrote the letter is missing the point. Instead, the country should be alarmed that it was even written in the first place.
A man who spews debunked right-wing lies about contraceptive care most certainly can't be trusted to uphold the settled law established in Roe v. Wade.
Democratic lawmakers and voters shouldn't just have their sights set on winning the House of Representatives. They should be fighting for the Senate, too.
The Trump presidency is falling apart, and Wednesday's anonymous op-ed in The New York Times could spell the beginning of the end.
Whoever wrote this op-ed knew the threat he posed from the start, but he or she still wanted to be part of this administration.
Trump doesn't believe in Americans pledging allegiance to the flag and putting country first; he believes in Americans pledging allegiance to him.
It isn't just Democratic critics or the Never Trumpers in the Republican Party who are now questioning the president's fitness to be in the White House.
Schmidt said the Republicans have a choice to make: Will they follow the roadmap laid out by John McCain, or will they continue to follow Trump?
While the rest of the nation put aside ideology to honor John McCain's life and usher in a better era of American politics, Donald Trump couldn't do it.