Trump's HHS Secretary Tom Price fell apart when he was asked a very simple question on ABC's This Week. Price was asked are you going to sabotage the health care system or fix it, and all he could do was criticize Obamacare.
"The President of the United States did not tap Donald Trump's phone. I mean, that's just ridiculous," Senator Al Franken said, after bursting out in spontaneous laughter at President Trump's ridiculous accusation against former President Barack Obama.
Donald Trump is a danger to national security because he actually encouraged Russia to hack Clinton's emails, Kaine explained patiently on ABC's "This Week," as the media focused on the FBI report "raising new questions" about Hillary Clinton's emails.
During an appearance on ABC's This Week, National Review writer Rich Lowry tried to assert that "attempted forced kissing" by men on young women didn't count as sexual assault.
On ABC's This Week, George Stephanopoulos seemed shocked that John Boehner might lie to him about impeaching Obama, but he is just one example of the mainstream media's willingness to believe the untrue things that Republicans say.
During Sunday's broadcast of ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos, Bill Kristol was absolutely destroyed over his opinion that the United States needs to deploy thousands of troops to Iraq and re-engage in a combat mission.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney was on ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos Sunday to discuss the recent violence in Iraq, as well as his infamous op-ed in the Wall Street Journal where he claimed that President Obama is directly responsible for the chaos in Iraq and the Middle East.
In a bit of seriously twisted logic, Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA) blamed President Obama for his defeat in the Republican primary on ABC's This Week.
On Friday, National Security Adviser Susan Rice hit back at her Republican critics who have tried to make it appear that she said something misleading on Sunday.
Meet The Press, Face The Nation, and This Week chose to go pro-Republican, and now they are dying because America is moving to the left.
It appears that Rand Paul realized that since he has presidential ambitions, he needs to temper his uber-libertarian ways a bit. He started this process today by selling out Edward Snowden.
Well, when looking at the most frequent guests on these shows in 2013, it is apparent that the opinions that were most valued by these shows were from older, white, male Republicans.
On ABC's This Week, Dick Cheney smeared President Obama by claiming that the president thought Bush overreached after 9/11.
When caught several lies about the government shutdown and debt ceiling on ABC's This Week, John Boehner lost it and had himself a little angry meltdown.
On ABC's This Week, Speaker of the House John Boehner issued threatened President Obama and the country with default on debts if his demands aren't met.
On ABC's This Week, Paul Krugman perfectly described the Republicans as people who are ignorant on policy who don't understand anything.
Bill Clinton has some solid advice for President Obama on the government shutdown. He said Obama should not negotiate and let Republicans take their medicine on a government shutdown.
When Jonathan "Benghazi email" Karl asked George W. Bush a biased question full of Obama bashing, he was served a dose of praise for the current president, and Hillary Clinton from Bush.
President Obama's senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer was on ABC's 'This Week' Sunday, taking aim at the Republicans' attempt to force their rejected budget onto the people.
Chris Christie went on ABC's This Week supposedly to defend Mitt Romney, but he ended up praising an Obama ad that claimed Romney will cut taxes on the rich.