Hours after the president completely melted down during an exchange with CNN's Jim Acosta, the administration is refusing to let the reporter back into the White House.
Not only should the new acting attorney general recuse himself from the Russia investigation; he should be removed altogether.
Florida voters approved a measure – Amendment 4 – that will restore voting rights for 1.5 million felons who completed their sentences.
But as we are seeing in Florida on Tuesday, early strength for Democrats doesn't necessarily translate to a runaway victory.
If Democrats win the governorship and retain the Senate seat, it would be a huge loss for Trump, who made frequent campaign stops in the state.
When people are discouraged from voting as they are in Georgia, they only become more energized to get out and reach for the ballot.
Something has happened in the final days of this campaign that should terrify the Republicans: Polls are breaking hard for the Democrats.
The reason that Republicans should be concerned about high turnout is that, historically, the more people who vote, the better Democrats do.
Instead of following every shiny Trump object, strong progressive candidates have essentially ignored the president's distractions. It's paying off.
Donald Trump doesn't want a united, hopeful America, because when people stand together and vote with their hopes, they vote for Democrats.
When Tur pointed out that Georgia voter suppression has disproportionally impacted African American voters, the Brian Kemp supporter couldn't defend it.
What Democrats have recognized is that health care is a bipartisan issue – not one that exclusively impacts their base of supporters.
This Saturday morning tantrum from the president shows how desperate he and Republicans in Congress are ahead of Tuesday's midterm elections.
Winning campaigns do not plaster the airwaves with the type of racist and hateful rhetoric and advertisements Trump and Republicans are currently using.
The contrast between the two political parties couldn't be more clear with less than a week to go before voters cast their ballots.
The contest between Sinema and McSally has been one of the closest Senate elections in the country with polls showing the race a virtual tie.
This stunt is not just an insult to the American people, who can see right through it, but it's an abuse of presidential power.
Officials in Kansas have created a phony excuse to close down the only polling place in Dodge, City – a majority Hispanic city.
Republicans in North Dakota know Democrats cannot win in the state if the large population of Native Americans isn't allowed to vote.
Trump can huff and puff all he wants, but the American people saw with the beautiful protests play out before their eyes on Tuesday night.