President Donald Trump, in comments made at the recent G-7 summit in France, positioned himself as the protector of United States’ wealth, justifying his refusal to address, much less believe in, climate change on grounds that investing in green energy production would damage the nation’s economic standing.
An out of control Trump declared Iowa and Nebraska to be their own countries in a moment that showed how far the President Of The United States is slipping.
Donald Trump showed up in Iowa today to try to paper over the damage his trade war is doing to the state, and his big plan appears to have been to throw some John Deere ripoff hats at people.
Trump's refusal to take action that would actually help people is proof of what we've already known about this president: He would rather play political games than improve the lives of the American people.
Nearly a third of Iowa's energy comes from wind power, and the Hawkeye State uses a greater percentage of it than any other state in the country.
Because of uncertainty caused by Trump and Republicans, at least one swing state will see Obamacare health care premiums spike by more than 40 percent.
"I do wish he would spend more time in Washington, D.C. That's what we have the White House for," says Jon Ernst
Republican Sen. Joni Ernst was confronted with her support for a president who treats women and disabled people badly, and she responded, "I think that we have a President that has a number of flaws."
Trump, showing marginal growth from the campaign, did not encourage his supporters to inflict physical harm on the hecklers.
Nobody seems to be paying attention to Iowa anymore, but it's a tight contest that Hillary Clinton's ground operation could quietly steal it from Trump.
Secretary Clinton put pressure on Comey to explain himself saying, "We've heard these rumors, we don't know what to believe. That is why it is incumbent on the FBI to tell us what they are talking about." Asked if she thought this could sink her campaign, Clinton laughed.
If the alarm bell wasn't already sounding in Trumpland, these results from their favorite pollster should do the trick.
In a completely unprovoked moment, while campaigning in Iowa, Donald Trump threw a fit and defended throwing a crying baby out of his rally.
Governor Terry Branstad (R-IA) says he backs a "reasonable proposal" to defund Planned Parenthood in Iowa, even though federal money doesn't pay for abortion services due to the Hyde Act and it is already illegal to use Medicaid money for abortion services in Iowa.
Republican Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) was pummeled today with negative press over his refusal to hold hearings for President Obama's Supreme Court nominee. Dave Damstrom of Spencer Iowa was quoted by Omaha.Com saying to Senator Grassley, “Excuse me, Senator, but it seems to me like there’s so much crap in the political system, and I expect you to be a leader and not part of this. I’m just getting sick of this stuff. Just do your job, and let politics be what it is.”
While Americans focus on the primaries, Republicans are eliminating women's rights.
Iowa radio host Steve Deace has decided on a manly solution to Cruz's unmanly campaign performance by threatening to castrate himself
Democrats old and new must come to grips with reality immediately or get ready for a Republican president and Koch supermajority Congress
From the grave, an epic smackdown of Phil Robertson and Ted Cruz by James Madison, who reveals exactly what America can expect from a Cruz presidency, that establishment of religion brings only superstition, bigotry and persecution
Donald Trump blew up and threw a temper tantrum where he accused Ted Cruz of stealing the Iowa through fraud, demanded a new caucus, and that Cruz is disqualified.