Since Donald Trump has been out of office, a number of books have been written about his tenure. And while most rational people expected that the former president would have been incompetent and corrupt, the picture being painted is even worse.
The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in an all hands on deck response from many business owners. Among the most prominent CEO’s looking to help was Bill Gates.
Thanks to the Conservative push to minimize the effect of the pandemic, Gates became a frequent target for Fox News. Gates appeared on Ari Melber‘s MSNBC show on Wednesday and responded to the frequent criticism.
For most of his presidential term, Donald Trump was pretty happy with the way Fox News covered him. Two particular anchors, though, drew his ire; Chris Wallace and Shepard Smith. Trump would frequently bash Smith, claiming his rating were low and he was second rate.
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.
The "president" has now made 10,000 false or misleading claims while in office. What a lot of winning. Trump now lies so much in a day that he has lied more in a single month than he did in the first five months of his presidency.
Here's the tape that shows that Mike Pence lied, lied, lied during the Vice Presidential debate Tuesday night.
Warning: You will soon run into conservatives screaming about Obama's 'missing year' at Columbia. They think he may have been a CIA agent.
While on his book tour Karl Rove continues to revise the history of both George W. Bush and himself. While in Oklahoma City, Rove said that Bush would never allow him, "to engage in calling the leaders of the opposition party disparaging labels and question their motives." This is yet another lie from Rove, who is on the outside looking in, and desperate for a comeback.