Jennifer Rubin is a widely respected conservative columnist for the Washington Post, and for years has been the lead writer for the newspapers “Right Turn” blog. So it is no small thing when she begins to level some very harsh criticisms at the White House Press Secretary.
As Mr. Trump continues to hinder our reputation as a nation around the globe, he also is destroying the reputation of the modern-day Church in the process. Those who attend church these days, cannot say they were not warned.
With very little for this president to hang his hat on after a year of occupying the White House, it's no surprise that Trump resorts to telling blatant falsehoods to get him through the day.
Trump will try to paint Flynn as a liar, but it'll be a tough sell given all the praise he has heaped on the ex-national security adviser.
Trump accidentally complimented a Washington Post column that discussed the pattern of racism behind his attacks on African-American sports figures.
The meltdown came after the Post asked Moore's campaign to back up a new smear on Leigh Corfman – and they couldn't.
Not only do 71 percent of Americans believe politics has reached a new low under Trump, but 70 percent say the administration itself is "dysfunctional."
Donald Trump's slow response was bad and will likely cost lives when all is said and done. His recent behavior will only make things worse.
Trump's increasingly dangerous and hostile North Korea rhetoric appears to be rooted in a single Washington Post report.
"The stilted nature of the text alone was sort of a tell that President Unindicted Co-conspirator was involved," Rick Wilson said before unloading on Trump.
The new development "adds to a series of actions that Trump has taken that some advisers fear could place him and some members of his inner circle in legal jeopardy."
CNN's report comes just hours after The Washington Post released a similar report alleging the same thing – that Trump tried to stop the investigation into his campaign's ties to Russia
The President of the United States is either knowingly handing over highly classified intelligence to a foreign adversary or he isn't smart enough to know what constitutes classified information.
National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster issued what could only be described as a non-denial denial.
We have an "erratic, vindictive, volatile, obsessive, a chronic liar" whose "presidency has veered onto a road with no centerlines or guardrails"
"My decision had nothing to do with politics, and I would have been proud to again work under a Republican administration open to intelligence analysis," he said.
"I’d be careful about using the word ‘lie.’ ‘Lie’ implies much more than just saying something that’s false. It implies a deliberate intent to mislead.”
The most alarming story of the campaign was the successful effort by a ‘hostile’ foreign power, Russia, to interfere and influence this election.
Our values, national identity and enduring power of the Constitution, even democracy itself are in question; it is a frightening aberration.