We keep hearing about splits in the Republican ranks between those who have sold their souls to the extremist arm of the party loyal to Trumpism, embodying white supremacist and anti-democratic values, and those more traditional Republicans who insist on sharply differentiating the ideology of conservativism from Trumpism.
Former President Barack Obama
received huge amounts of publicity last week when he went public with his criticisms of President Donald Trump
Former President Barack Obama summed up what made the late John McCain an all-time American hero in a moving tribute after the Senator from Arizona passed away on Saturday.
It's no surprise that Trump doesn't want to release a photograph of him making it more likely, not less, for more tragedies like Parkland to happen in the future.
By many measures, George W. Bush could've gone down as one of America's worst presidents. But Trump's presidency has seemingly saved him from this fate.
"This is our life now. This is our nightly news now about the American presidency."
Trump has spent one-third of his short presidency at one of his ritzy country clubs and more than a quarter of his time on a golf course.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders attacked Obama for daring to take credit for the depression that he avoided and claimed that Trump deserves all the credit for an economy that is slowing down.
Trump issued a permit in March for Keystone XL's construction – something that former President Barack Obama and other environmental activists had warned could do more harm than good.
The Fox News survey is a clear indication that the Republican Party's problems aren't limited to Roy Moore's collapsing candidacy – it's far greater than that.
Trump seems to believe – or at least want you to believe – that this rosy economic picture came out of nowhere, thanks to him.
Instead of America being aligned with nearly 200 nations across the globe, the United States now stands only with Syria.
Former President Obama didn't need to give some long-winded explanation of why Trump is failing as president. He did it in just two sentences
"If you have to win a campaign by dividing people, you're not gonna be able to govern them. You won't be able to unite them later if that's how you start."
While Barack Obama's name won't be on a ballot ever again, his reemergence into the political arena on Thursday reminded America how much better we can do than Donald Trump.
If Trump can't properly honor U.S. soldiers when they make the ultimate sacrifice for this country, it's likely he will be just as casual and reckless when deciding to send them into harm's way.
Just when we thought the bar couldn't sink any lower for this president, Donald Trump rises to the occasion and proves us all wrong.
Either the businessman president doesn't understand basic economics or he is intentionally misleading the American public.
On Wednesday, one federal judge reminded Donald Trump that hating Barack Obama is not a good enough reason to ignore key environmental protections.