Trump could have used his remarks to bring the country together. Instead, he picked up a bucket of gasoline and poured it all over America's raging fire.
Donald Trump had peaceful protesters tear-gassed so he could cross the street from the White House to take a photo in front of a damaged church.
The governor directly addressed the killing of George Floyd, but he also spoke of the greater issue of systemic racism in America.
The D.C. mayor said Donald Trump is a scared man hiding behind the White House gates while America suffers through multiple crises.
Arizona could be the state that makes Donald Trump a one term president in November, and he's absolutely freaking out about it.
Cavuto's latest fact-check comes a day after the host took to the airwaves to urge his Fox News viewers not to listen to Trump.
Trump's doctor wouldn't say whether he had given the president a prescription for the drug or whether Trump was even taking it at all.
In November, voters will have the opportunity to end this crisis and do what two tough reporters did on Monday: Send him off the stage once and for all.
President Donald Trump attacked former President Barack Obama, launching into an “Obamagate” conspiracy after news outlets obtained a tape of a web talk between the former president and members of the Obama Alumni Association in which he said the “rule of law is at risk” in the United States after it emerged the Justice Department dismissed the case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
Last week Trump’s yes-man running the DOJ issued instructions to federal attorneys detailing their new job entailed serving as Inquisitors for the religious right in their Crusade to rule America. In this case the Crusade officially begins by using the Federal government, in concert with fundamentalist Christian conservatives, to punish state officials who dare to hold churches and religious leaders accountable to rules meant to preserve American lives.
What's almost as bad as the mass death and suffering is that Donald Trump doesn't seem to care that it's all happening under his watch.
As the number of cases in the president's orbit increases, Donald Trump is doing what he does best: shifting the blame to everybody else.
Bill Barr also blamed his critics for being upset about the Department of Justice's decision to drop charges against Flynn.
If there is one thing the American people have learned over the past few years, it's that Donald Trump demands loyalty – not to the country but to himself.
As of now, the favorable Electoral College map Donald Trump hoped for in this election has officially been turned upside down.
Trump's refusal to read his presidential daily briefings could have contributed to his slow response to the coronavirus outbreak.
That decision to stand by Trump as he repeatedly demonstrates he's the most dangerous president in history could finally come home to roost in November.
Whenever Donald Trump finds himself in a corner, he reaches back into the well of minority resentment that fires up his base.
Since early in his presidential campaign, Trump has shown a complete lack of respect for McCain, a man who fought and nearly died for his country.
If not for the governors stepping up to take matters into their own hands, this crisis would likely be much worse than it is.