When last week’s Atlantic story about Trump dishonoring the military hit the internet, the White House desperately looked for people to defend the President. Seemingly no Republicans in the House or Senate were willing to do so.
When Sec. of State Rex Tillerson was asked what the US will do if North Korea detonates a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific, he uttered six words that should scare the American people. The ultimate decision to launch a nuclear war will be up to Donald Trump.
Network morning shows continue to give Kellyanne Conway airtime, as she abuses the public airwaves with false statements. Television networks need to do the right thing and ban her from appearing on their programs.
Fox News has pampered and babied Republicans for years, and now the Republican presidential candidates have become a bunch of whiners who can't handle questions from serious journalists.
By any standard Republican Kentucky Senate nominee Rand Paul has had a terrible week. He followed up winning the GOP nomination on Tuesday with a disastrous appearance on the Rachel Maddow Show, which he followed up with an even worse appearance on ABC's Good Morning America where he defended BP and the oil spill. Most telling is the way that his Tea Party backers, including Sarah Palin have remained silent on his comments.