Republican Sen. Bob Corker (TN) kept speaking the truth about Trump on Tuesday as he said that the Presidents should bring everyone together, not debase our country.
Hillary Clinton is making sure that America doesn't forget Trump's bragging about sexual assault while calling him, "a very effective reality TV star."
Attorney General Jeff Sessions tried to defend Trump as condemning racists and white supremacists on CBS This Morning, but his whole argument fell apart when Charlie Rose pointed out that the President never said any of those things.
During an interview on CBS This Morning, Democratic House Leader Nancy Pelosi said that she might have retired if Hillary Clinton had won the presidential election.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is sounding the alarm that Donald Trump could be taking the United States into a nuclear war with North Korea.
During an interview on CBS This Morning, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan made a false statement about House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes's source being a "whistleblower type person," which is a reason for an independent investigation into the role of the Speaker in the effort to cover-up the Russia scandal.
Gov. Mike Pence was supposed to be the man who saved the Republican Party, but on Friday morning he may have set the wheels in motion for the GOP's destruction.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is vowing to take his presidential campaign through the California primary and to the Democratic convention, no matter if he loses the Democratic primary in New York.
Bernie Sanders called Donald Trump and his birtherism a disgrace during an interview on CBS This Morning. Sanders strongly condemned the birther mythology and ugliness surrounding President Obama.
In a bit of unhinged paranoia, Mitt Romney claimed that Obama is making voters jealous of him and his wealth.
On CBS, Paul Krugman explained how Obama got the phrase wrong, but his point about private versus public sector job health was correct.