Trump is supposed to the Commander in Chief, but he responded to the decision not to sentence Bowe Bergdahl to prison time with an outburst of stunning disrespect.
A group of eight Senate Republicans have written a letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid him for the release of American POW Bowe Bergdahl.
On Friday, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) appeared on five different cable news shows to discuss the recent flare up of sectarian violence in Iraq and directly blame it all on President Obama and his administration.
The giveaway that all the animus toward Sergeant Bergdahl is based in conservative racism usually reserved for people of color, particular the person of color in the Oval Office, is the Republican hypocrisy they have demonstrated over the past five years holding President Obama to a different set of standards than his white Republican predecessors.
During yet another appearance on a Sunday show, Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI) appeared on ABC's This Week to discuss the prisoner exchange that allowed the United States to retrieve Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the last American prisoner of war, from the Taliban.
On CBS' Face The Nation Republican Senator Saxby Chambliss refused to believe that Bowe Bergdahl was tortured by the Taliban, and wanted the story verified he would believe it.
During an appearance at the Texas GOP convention on Friday, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) decided to make a little topical joke about the recent release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
The Republican Party has made dishonesty an art-form, lying about everything from Obamacare to Benghazi, from the economy to prisoner exchanges
On Friday, National Security Adviser Susan Rice hit back at her Republican critics who have tried to make it appear that she said something misleading on Sunday.
During an interview with Megyn Kelly of The Kelly File Wednesday night, Rep. Duncan D. Hunter (R-CA) managed a nice little two-fer while discussing Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl -- he flip-flopped from his previous opinion of the soldier and he 'swift boated' him.
Republicans are acting as if Obama should never have transferred five detainees to secure the release of Bowe Bergdahl. Yet, in 2009, PolitiFact confirmed that "More than 500 GITMO detainees were released or transferred under Bush."
On Thursday's episode of Morning Joe, host Joe Scarborough went way over the line when discussing the situation surrounding the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, an american POW who was finally brought home after nearly five years in captivity.
Republicans in Washington and the right-wing media decided to push all-in by claiming the President had negotiated with terrorists and endangered the nation's security in order to save an anti-American deserter who deserved to be held as a prisoner indefinitely by the Taliban.
Republicans are proving that their desperation for an Obama scandal is limitless by frantically deleting their previous praise of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl from the Internet.
Apparently, the talking heads over at Fox News have now decided to attack the father of recovered POW Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl due to the way he looks. It really was only a matter of time.
The Republican Obama scandal machine has been stopped before it could ever get started as it is being reported that the White House informed congressional Republicans on numerous occasions about the prisoner swap that brought Sgt. Bergdahl home.
Hillary Clinton isn't messing around. When asked about the Bergdahl rescue, former Sec. of State Clinton suggested that the Republican opposition to the deal that brought an American soldier home was like wanting to leave a soldier behind.
On Monday, Fox News columnist J.D. Gordon wrote an article that cranked the hyperbole up to 11, as the former Pentagon spokesman evoked Nazi Germany while describing this recent situation involving Sgt. Bergdahl and the Gitmo prisoner swap.
Noted traitor to her country, Sarah Palin is accusing President Obama of helping Osama Bin Laden because he negotiated the release of captured soldier Bowe Bergdahl.
On Monday, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) sent a strongly worded letter to Sen. Carl Levin (D-MI), the Chairman of the Armed Services Committee.