Rudy Giuliani went off on his Ukraine conspiracies and Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan told Trump's lawyer that he sounded mad.
It's been all over the news this week, as well it ought to be. A warm and festive 4th of July weekend in the Windy City was utterly marred by extreme gun violence. CNN's Republicans tried to decry the violence while ignoring gun control.
From the moment these words leave Green's lips, "You're a Muslim. So why did you write a book about the founder of Christianity?" the interview is all downhill.
According to GOP gun nut Larry Pratt, gun-control policies are Pagan, thus proving Piers Morgan's accusation that he is unbelievably stupid
The reaction from gun-proliferation addicts over the past week have revealed a deep-seated belief among firearm fanatics that simply talking about gun control is a cardinal sin worthy of civil war.
One of the hallmarks of so-called hard-right 'patriots' is their immutable adherence to the Constitution and all of its tenets, and yet they reserve the most important right, that of free speech, for themselves.
Piers Morgan, already being attacked for his stance on guns, has truly thrown caution to the wind by proclaiming that the Bible is flawed and must be amended.
Mitt Romney wants Richard Mourdock, who thinks rape pregnancies are a gift from God, changing things in Washington, D.C.
Romney said Bain is 'a profession that has yet to attract many women and minorities' but at the time, almost 30% of Harvard Business School were women.
Kirk Cameron has been stoning gays and lesbians but wants to present himself as the victim because people dared criticize his hate speech