The last month has been marked by two very important stories. The first, of course, is that there has been a COVID-19 surge and Americans are dying at higher numbers than at any other time during the pandemic.
Trump personally attacked ABC's Jon Karl when Karl asked him why he lied to the American people about the deadliness of COVID-19.
When President’s speak to American families that are grieving, it is important that they show empathy. This has been a regularly difficult thing for Donald Trump to do.
Earlier today, Kayleigh McEnany said that the President has unsuccessfully reached out to Jacob Blake’s family. When asked about Blake during a Monday press conference, Trump said that he had spoken with the family’s pastor.
Trump admitted that the executive order that he will sign on healthcare is a political statement that is a second Republican platform.
Smith has had enough of Trump's insanity.
But let's not pretend that taking a series of questions from reporters – without Don King waving flags by his side – is something that should be praised.
This tired attempt to revive these scandals in order to create the illusion of a horse race is not serving the public.
Hillary Clinton needs to do a press conference because not doing one allows this false equivalency with Donald Trump's assault on the free press to continue, and in no way is Clinton less transparent than Trump. Her whole life has already been vetted and has been lived in the public eye.
After Donald Trump attacked the media at his press conference, the media attacked back.
President Obama responded to a question about his successor keeping any climate change agreements by expressing confidence that Democrats will keep the White House in 2016.
President Obama was asked about Keystone XL during his year end press conference and the he responded by tearing the Republican Party's Keystone XL lies to shreds while sending the strongest signal yet that he will veto the bill Republicans are expected to pass authorizing construction of the pipeline next month.
During a joint press conference with Prime Minister Abe of Japan, CNN embarrassed themselves with a biased question that President Obama dismantled with facts.
Julie Pace of the AP asked the president, “When you look at polling, talk to Americans, they seem to have lost confidence in you, trust in you. Your credibility has taken a hit, obviously the healthcare law was a part of that, so do you understand that the public has changed their view of you over this last year?”
The Republican argument for not raising the debt ceiling is so weak that President Obama destroyed it in 10 sentences during his press conference today.
During his press conference today, President Obama took aim at Citizens United and the Koch brothers for causing many of the problems in Washington, and skewing American politics.
President Obama delivered a strong message to House Republicans today. Obama said, 'Republicans will not collect a ransom in exchange for not crashing our economy.'
President Obama used his press conference in order to set a trap for House Republicans that will leave them in a lose/lose situation on the Bush tax cuts.
In a brief statement, Todd Akin essentially told the Republican Party to forget about defeating Claire McCaskill because he is going to be in the race until November.
Today during their live press conference, UK Prime Minister Cameron praised President Obama on his Iran strategy, saying Obama’s “tough, reasonable approach has united the world” behind the sanctions.