Repeat after me: This is not about improving health care in America or making your life better. It's an effort to tarnish the legacy of America's first African American president.
Trump's reckless determination to tear up the legacy of his far superior predecessor – Barack Obama – may make him feel better, but it's putting actual lives at risk.
New census data from Obama's final year in office showed that the former president raised median household incomes, lowered poverty and decreased the number of Americans without health insurance.
It is easy to see why Trump will be going to Missouri for his next rally, as his supporters in the state have voiced a demand that both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama be jailed.
Trump cannot hide from his long history of rhetoric in which he repeatedly attacked former President Obama for doing something he, too, has now done as president.
Biographer David Maraniss has a great idea. The author is urging all five living former presidents to issue a joint statement calling on racist Donald Trump to resign.
Though the majority of Americans do not condone the racially driven terrorism we saw in Charlottesville this weekend, this is increasingly what America is becoming with Donald Trump in the White House.
Obama's message of love and unity – and his clear suggestion that today's violence was racially motivated – stood in stark contrast to Trump's remarks.
After eight years of an administration who took these issues seriously, we now have a president who loses his cool at the slightest provocation.
Facts are facts: Barack Obama was a reassuring adult in an increasingly dangerous world, and Donald Trump is a man-sized toddler pushing the world closer to nuclear war.
Six European officials who had interactions with Trump and his White House describe the president as a threat to global security who is obsessed with Obama.
"It's like a guy built a house and sold it to someone, and that person walked in and turned the lights on is like, 'Look at the house I built.'"
In 2013, then President Obama wrote a beautiful essay about Lincoln, the White House, and the Gettysburg Address. Reading Obama's words today reminds everyone that the same piece of living history that previous presidents were in awe of is the same place that classless Trump called a dump.
The Obama backed, and Eric Holder chaired, National Democratic Redistricting Committee has raised $10.8 million in six months in their effort to combat Republican election rigging through gerrymandering.
The president's decision to give such a disturbing rant in front of preteen boys would be shocking if anybody but Trump was delivering the ramble.
The former president reminded us of that, sometimes, we should put politics aside. In doing so, Obama made the country miss him even more than we already did.
After six months of failed policy proposals, unprecedented scandals, and a deteriorating mental state, the Trump train has gone completely off the rails.
The president is desperately trying to distract from his massively unpopular health care plan, but the American people likely won't buy it. The president and Republicans now own health care.
This president can continue to hold campaign rallies and convince himself that those who show up actually represent the vast majority of the country, but they don't.
Trying to use the popular former president to suppress the vote won't discourage Democrats in Georgia – it'll only motivate them more.