GOP members of Congress like Susan Collins who let Trump trample on the rule of law for the past three years should be sent packing.
Bill Barr is fine with his department being used to protect the president's friends and go after his enemies; he just doesn't want Trump to tweet about it.
Donald Trump continued to trample all over the rule of law on Tuesday and Attorney General William Barr happily indulged him.
Republicans in Congress aren't just standing silently by as this president tramples all over American democracy; they're complicit in his efforts.
Over the past 24 hours, Donald Trump and William Barr have been busy creating what MSNBC's Rachel Maddow called a rule of law emergency.
Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar is poised to finish in the top three as late deciders break her way in the New Hampshire primary.
Trump won Kansas by more than 20 points in 2016. Now two of the Democratic presidential contenders are within single digits.
It's starting to look like Rudy Giuliani and William Barr are joining forces to dig up dirt on Donald Trump's election year political opponents.
Trump is retaliating against impeachment witnesses and trying to discourage anyone in the future from speaking out about his abuses.
At one point during Trump's stream-of-consciousness ramble, he claimed that not a single member of the House or Senate voted to impeach him.
Ever since Nancy Pelosi tore up her copy of the State of the Union, the MAGA mob has been giving lectures on decorum. No one is listening.
The president blew a gasket over a photo reportedly taken on Friday that shows him sporting a serious and embarrassing facial tan line.
At the end of the day, Trump seems to enjoy picking fights with men and women he knows are respected and revered in a way he'll never be.
Joy Reid didn't hold back in a blistering takedown of Maine Sen. Susan Collins, who voted to acquit Donald Trump in the Senate impeachment trial.
While losing New Hampshire wouldn't be a fatal blow to Sanders, it would be a disappointment given the clear advantages he has in the state.
The socialist label that Sanders proudly wears could be a major turn-off to voters in Florida that Democrats must win to carry the state against Trump.
It's another attack against a member of the military from a president who hasn't spent a single moment of his privileged life serving his country.
Just because the Iowa caucus is in the rearview mirror doesn't mean Democrats shouldn't be concerned about future primary contests.
Brown said the cult-like behavior of the GOP was on full display during Trump's State of the Union address this week.
Trump's presidency would likely have been over – and may not have even existed in the first place – if not for the propaganda Fox News pushes.