An associate of Roger Stone, a longtime ally of U.S. President Donald Trump, said he was told by the U.S. special counsel probing Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election that he would be contacted this week about a possible plea deal.
Appearing on Fox News’ Chris Wallace Show Fox News Sunday yesterday, Kellyanne Conway was asked by Wallace about the tape capturing last week’s altercation between a White House intern and Jim Acosta from CNN, and then circulated by White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and InfoWars claiming the “altered video” was not altered at all, because it is “done all the time in sports.”
President Donald Trump said on Friday said he would refuse to “tone down” his rhetoric despite the arrest earlier in the day of one of his supporters who was charged with mailing pipe bombs to prominent Democrats and critics of the president.
The conservative assault on women’s basic human rights just doesn’t stop.
And just as the GOP hired Arizona-based sex-crimes prosecutor Rachel Mitchell to serve as a kind of figleaf to cover the obscene nakedness of their shameful misogyny, we also see Republican-aligned women coming out in full force to play an identity-politics game geared toward masking the extreme anti-feminist ideology steeping the conservative political agenda.
Both CNN and MSNBC have refused to give Trump a platform to rant, but MSNBC went beyond CNN by not airing any part of Trump's West Virginia campaign rally.
The caller’s threat came amid continued attacks on the media from Trump, who has described the press as “the enemy of the people” and “fake news.”
Sarah Sanders had a full self-pitying meltdown and refused when asked to state that the press is not the enemy of the people.
CNN's Jim Acosta shot video of the crowd at Trump's Tampa FL, behaving like a mob and threatening the press as the hate that Trump has whipped up looks likely to get someone hurt.
Trump has been trying to ban reporters from covering White House events for months because he didn't like their questions.
Donald Trump really has to screw up for Fox News to turn on him. We saw it happen earlier this month after Trump’s press conference with Vladimir Putin. That was such a treasonous disaster that a number of hosts on Fox News hosts went on air to publicly condemn him for it.
After the White House banned a CNN reporter because they didn't like her questions, the network responded with a statement that blasted the president and listed their reporter's questions.
Michael Cohen's lawyer, Lanny Davis, gave CNN a Cohen/Trump tape that destroys Trump cover story about not knowing about a payoff to a Playboy model that he had an affair with in cash.
CNN's Jake Tapper announced that the White House canceled an interview with John Bolton after Trump attacked CNN at his UK press conference.
The press has had enough and they are saying no more to the coverage of Donald Trump's rallies, as a consensus is growing that the President's ramblings in front of his followers aren't newsworthy.
The cable news landscape has changed. MSNBC and CNN no longer give Trump and his rallies millions of dollars in free advertising.
CNN's Jake Tapper tore Trump a new one for trampling all over the Constitution because his feelings are hurt by a book.
Republican strategist Rick Wilson said on CNN that Ivanka Trump is more likely to be driving to visit her husband in prison than she is of ever being president.
While Donald Trump, as we have heard in the infamous Planet Hollywood tape, gloats about how his wealth and power enable him to violate women sexually without consequences and while he smears those, such as Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, who call him on this behavior, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts recently offered a stunning contrast in leadership when it comes to addressing issues of sexual harassment and worker rights.