The American people are smart enough to recognize that Trump is unfit, incompetent, and corrupt – and that's nobody's fault but his own.
Trump has cleverly enlisted the help of closeted bigots who gleefully embrace his Jim Crow idealism and ushered them into the light. Racism is now front and center in our country, and the maestro of this mayhem is the President of the United States of America. However, if our fate as a country is left in the hands of Mr. Trump, these states will no longer be united and divided we will all fall.
Look, the facts are the president is not keeping his word. He signed 50 executive orders since the day he took office, which, if you do the math, is about one every five days.
White House adviser Kellyanne Conway tried to attack the media by saying that someone should call her when the media's numbers are higher than Trump's. The problem is that they already are.
Whether the subject is a nitwitted stare down with North Korea, a despicable health care proposal, an allegiance to White Supremacy or a political rally that espouses incomprehensible hate and anger, Donald Trump voters are bereft of common sense and free will in discussing his faults and failures. Their sickness is a stain on America, and it must be eradicated.
Not only is Trump clearly unwilling and unable to do his own job, but he lashes out journalists for doing theirs.
The GOP candidate decided that assaulting a reporter was a smarter strategy than defending his support of the Republican health care plan.
Hillary Clinton called out FBI Director James Comey, Putin, and even suggested that the Trump campaign coordinated with Russia, but the one group that she should not have left out while discussing her 2016 defeat was the media.
That this this school shooting went by without any substantive cries to address our nation’s gun culture and safety laws, especially regarding domestic abusers, is another indictment against this impervious predicament.
Trump spends no small amount of time casting aspersion on the judiciary, the press, and the intelligence community; because they do their jobs.
The days of pretending that what is happening under Trump isn’t “serious” are over; it is time for a concerted media push-back.
Trump turned a news conference into an anti-media circus event like he is still entertaining his sycophants at campaign rallies.
What lesson is the supposed party of family values teaching our country’s children when its leaders put money and power over the good of the country?
I believe that it is finally through compassion and empathy for the suffering vulnerable ones that all the hate and fear will be overcome
The rhetoric surrounding this presidential election is not only disturbing for reaching new lows, but also for its effect on the electorate who must endure it or be left largely uninformed, which is unacceptable for the responsible citizen in a democracy. The toll the Trump campaign has had on the human spirit along with the weight of the congressional conspiracy cloud that follows Clinton everywhere she goes is exhausting and distressing.
Moments after urging the media not to cover the presidential campaign like it is a reality television show, the President was asked about Donald Trump's taco bowl tweet.
GOP implosion time!
The Wisconsin primary today and a cheese head full of holes
Good news, loyal readers! There will be nothing about the Fox “News” love affair with Donald Trump this week.
Don’t blame me; blame Fox & Friends.
While I loathe Fox & Friends, I still watch it every morning. Maybe because I was a News Writer on the highest-rated morning in Toronto for a decade. Maybe because I simply cannot believe how much disinformation the Morning Happy Hate Fest disseminates, starting with the Trumpster.
The electorate would be better served if billions in free media came with accountability when politicians make promises they can't keep