Not only is Trump cementing himself as a morally bankrupt president who lacks even the most rudimentary sense of compassion, but he is bringing the entire Republican Party down with him.
GOP members of Congress have finally found in an issue on which they're willing to confront Donald Trump.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rebuffed Republican voters in Maryland by refusing for now to block congressional district lines drawn by Democrats to maximize partisan advantage.
Republican senators on Wednesday said embattled Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt should testify before the U.S. Congress to address the list of ethics scandals he faces, but stopped short of calling for his resignation.
While fealty to the Republican president may be a requirement to win low-turnout Republican primaries dominated by conservative activists, it could prove a tougher sell against energized anti-Trump Democratic forces in midterm elections this fall.
By publicly supporting Donald Trump, even though they privately know how damaging he is to the country, the Republican Party is failing an important moral test.
Not even Fox News could hide the blue wave building on the horizon as the November elections inch closer.
When the history books document this era of American politics, they will not be kind to the throngs of GOP politicians who stood by as this reality TV president used the federal government as his play toy.
Missouri Governor Eric Greitens, who resigned on Tuesday, had offered to leave office in exchange for dismissal of a felony computer tampering charge against him in a wider scandal, a prosecutor's spokeswoman said on Wednesday.
E. J. Dionne, columnist for the Washington Post and author of several works regarding political analysis, reports that the American Bishop, The Most Rev. Michael Curry, who “preached for the royal wedding last Saturday, isn’t finished with us yet.”
Republican strategist Steve Schmidt hammered serial liar Donald Trump and called members of own party's complicit actions in Trump's crimes a scandal that is not being talked about.
The first amendment of our constitution is clear:
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech or of the press; or the right of the people to peaceably assemble and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”
It's no longer a question who Trump stands for. It's the same wealthy interests to which all Republican administrations cater. The real question is: Will his supporters notice?
The president's praise of Greg Gianforte isn't all that surprising. After all, Trump's own campaign style was similar, as he frequently bullied his critics and incited violence at his campaign rallies.
The Senate Judiciary Committee released hundreds of transcripts and details from its investigation into the infamous June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower with Russians. The Committee says the documents suggest the Kremlin used the NRA as a means of assisting Donald Trump and his campaign.
This GOP effort is about one thing: Discrediting Robert Mueller's Russia probe, thus giving Donald Trump an opening to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
The Republican-controlled Oklahoma legislature approved an adoption measure on Thursday that critics say discriminates against same-sex couples, non-Christians and single parents.
Missouri Governor Eric Greitens lied to state ethics officials about how a list of major donors to his former charity was obtained for use by his gubernatorial campaign, a state House of Representatives panel concluded in a report on Wednesday.
Republicans continue to undermine Robert Mueller's investigation and do severe long-term damage to American instititutions.
If there is one election cycle in which being the president's shameless lapdog is a bad look, it's this one.