Mary Trump and Meghan McCain both come from very famous families. McCain, on one hand, has used her family name to get high profile jobs in show business. Trump, on the other hand, has distanced herself from her family as much as possible.
Being the token Conservative on a topical program isn’t easy. And the job became that much harder in the age of Donald Trump. And while Meghan McCain is not a Trump fan, she is a dyed in the wool Conservative, so she often found herself at odds with her co-hosts.
Joe Biden seemingly has everything he needs to pass his policy goals over the next two years. Democrats control congress, the senate and the White House. West Virginia‘s Joe Manchin, though, has been committed to passing things in a bi-partisan manner.
A big talking point for the current incarnation of the GOP is that racism doesn’t exist. During his recent address to America, Joe Biden talked about systemic racism and how the country might combat the issue.
For much of Donald Trump’s presidency, Chris Christie was close by his side. For his efforts, the former governor of New Jersey contracted a bad case of COVID-19.
These days Christie frequently appears on cable news programs to deliver Republican talking points. He is also on a bit of a rehabilitation tour after being so closely aligned with Trump.
Every year on Martin Luther King Day, thousands of people post tributes to the civil rights leader on their social media accounts. This includes many people in the Republican Party.
The ever oblivious Ivanka Trump posted a tribute to MLK this morning. Just days after trying to eliminate the votes of millions of African Americans, Ted Cruz wrote, “Now more than ever, we are reminded of the power of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s words, calling on all of us to have ‘the courage to face the uncertainties of the future,’ ‘as we continue our forward stride toward the city of freedom.”
For a number of years, Donald Trump has been taking shots at former Republican Senator John McCain. From saying he “likes people who weren’t captured” to claiming that he deserves a thank you for McCain’s funeral, the president has always been happy to take a shot at the GOP legend.
President Obama's senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer was on ABC's 'This Week' Sunday, taking aim at the Republicans' attempt to force their rejected budget onto the people.
On ABC's This Week, Senator Bob Corker, (R-TN), concern trolled about the 'temperament' of Republican former Senator Chuck Hagel, whom Obama has nominated as Secretary of Defense.
Newt Gingrich was on ABC this morning telling women to 'get over it'; it being their outrage over Mourdock's comments about pregnancy from rape being a gift from God.
Mitt Romney shocked no one by suddenly announcing that he will not go on the high risk TV show 'The View' this Thursday, but Ann will go on for him.
The ratings are in for night three of the DNC and the news is not good for Mitt Romney, as President Obama's popularity remains strong.
The right is heralding Paul Ryan as a policy wonk, but a closer look at his ideas and where they come from reveals that he is anything but.
In his ABC interview with Diane Sawyer, Mitt Romney took the opportunity to side step her questions about his refusal to release his tax returns and blamed President Obama for his decision.
Sarah Palin's stint as Mean Girl getting petty revenge on Katie Couric on Today demonstrates just one more reason why Sarah Palin will never be politically relevant again.
Once again, Sarah Palin showed her fragile grasp of the Constitution when she claimed that media attacks on her violate her First Amendment right to attack Barack Obama. The problem is that the First Amendment deals with Congress passing laws regulating speech, not the media.
have seen John McCain and Barack Obama debate twice before, but the stakes have never been higher for either candidate than they are for tonight's third debate at Hofstra University. Here are five things to watch for during tonight's debate on economic and domestic issues.