In the early evening of last November 5, two days after the election when mail-in votes were in the process of being counted and the tide seemed to be turning in Joe Biden’s favor, Donald Trump took to the airwaves to throw a tantrum, baselessly wah-wah-ing about election fraud like an infant upset simply because he was not getting his way.
The backbone of Trump's support is non-college-educated white voters, but these voters have shrunk by 4% since 2016.
NPR business journalist Adam Davidson has slammed Ivanka Trump’s jobs plan for America. He says the plan is filled with bad ideas and misconceptions about work.
“Ivanka Trump’s jobs plan is not only stupid and wrong, it’s lazy,” Davidson wrote.
“Find Something New embodies every wrong and dumb idea about how jobs work.”
President Donald Trump’s daughter has been the face of the initiative, which essentially tells people to go find a job. Davidson explained why that tactic won’t work and why the plan was perpetuating falsehoods about employment.
He also took the time to dissect Ivanka Trump’s career and suggest she had no idea about real work.
“Her first big real estate job was with a money-launderer,” Davidson charges.
“Another major project she oversaw involved a likely money-laundering scheme for Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.”
“She also ran a jewelry business with a fraudster. She barely avoided getting arrested for a different real estate scheme in New York.”
“And there are many, many, many other sketchy deals she’s participated in over the years.”
He goes on to explain why nobody should take career advice from Trump and trashes the initiative’s website.
“For all its laziness and uselessness, the site is a perfect distillation of a lot of the inherited, poorly thought-through ideas that govern much career advice,” he says.
Attorney General William Barr was pressed for evidence to back up his claims of potential mail-in ballot fraud and he had nothing.
I was out driving in Chicago the other day, and as I stopped for a red light near the corner of Lawrence Avenue and Pulaski Road, I found myself idling in front of the Admiral Theater. It’s a strip club.
Sen. Richard Burr was heard on a leaked tape giving early warning on the coronavirus to rich donors as Trump downplayed the situation
Rudy Giuliani said that Trump should launch an investigation of Joe Biden right after Senate Republicans acquit him on the two articles of impeachment.
Trump praised his Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for screaming F-bombs at an NPR host who asked him about Ukraine during an interview.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had the State Department issue a lie-filled statement attacking NPR because they asked him about Ukraine.
Sec. of State Mike Pompeo dropped F-bombs and shouted at NPR All Things Considered host Mary Louise Kelly for asking about Ukraine.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) laid out the strong argument that Trump could be impeached for bribery.
Here is the proof that Trump's toxic media attacks are harming the country. After NPR had tweeted the Declaration of Independence, Republicans went bonkers and claimed that one of the most famous political documents in the history of the world was a liberally biased attack on Trump.
In an interview with NPR, President Obama was careful not to blame the media for Trump's win, but he did diagnose how the media's decision to cover the election as a reality television show played into the hands of Trump.
Economic growth, declining deficit, lower taxes, and historical record of job creation means “the country going in the wrong direction."
In an interview with NPR, President Obama told tantruming Republicans in the Senate that they have failed to make a coherent argument for their obstruction, and they are not going to get their way one hundred percent of the time.
President Obama is calling out the media for trying the scare the American people about terrorism in order to boost ratings.
During an interview on NPR, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders announced that he now has more individual donors than any other candidate in history.
During a comprehensive interview with NPR's Steve Inskeep that was released Monday, President Obama spoke at length on a number of hot-button topics and issues that have come to the forefront in 2014. One of the issues he touched on was race relations in this country.
During an interview on NPR, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) emphatically stated that she is not running for president now, but wouldn't rule out a future White House bid.
During an interview on NPR, Hillary Clinton blasted Karl Rove and the Republican Party for planting false information that is designed to distract people. Clinton's message to Rove and the GOP was bring it on.