In 2016, Ted Cruz was the last man standing in the bid to keep Donald Trump from securing the nomination. Late in the game, he made desperate move to soften his campaign by naming Carly Fiorina as his running mate.
While the majority of Republicans refused to convict Donald Trump, most were at least willing to admit that he had done something wrong.
That isn’t the case with Ron Johnson, though. The Wisconsin senator not only voted to acquit Trump, he has also been downplaying the seriousness of the January 6th Capitol attack.
When Donald Trump first encountered the COVID-19 pandemic, he was lucky to have two doctor’s with decades of experience in immunology. The doctors, Anthony Fauci and Deborah Birx took divergent paths in how they handled Trump.
CNN cut off an interview with Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh after he started pushing the coronavirus patient killing drug hydroxychloroquine.
Brianna Keilar first told Murtaugh that he was lying when he tried to blame the lack of masks on Obama and Biden:
CNN took apart Trump's attempt to blame Obama for his Muslim ban, as anchor Brianna Keilar came prepared with facts when confronted with Trump talking points.
Trump lawyer and surrogate Michael Cohen refused to believe that Trump is losing the presidential election, so CNN's Brianna Keilar dropped some stone cold reality on him.