Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin have long had a symbiotic relationship. For Trump, who is not respected by most world leaders, Putin’s compliments and support are welcomed. For Putin, there mere presence of Trump in the White House helps lower America’s power and standing around the world.
Donald Trump may or may not be attempting a coup to reverse the American election results. At times the threat seems to be a complete joke like Rudy Giuliani‘s Four Seasons press conference.
At other times, Trump‘s election interference seems deadly serious. Following his firing, former Defense Secretary Mark Esper said that he prayed he wouldn’t be replaced by a yes-man.
There were many issues with Donald Trump’s debate performance on Tuesday night. The president spent much of the event desperately interrupting his opponent. He also worked as hard as possible to work Hunter Biden into the conversation.
The act of gathering intelligence for the United States is both incredibly important and also incredibly dangerous. Donald Trump’s predecessors have understood this and treated intelligence with respect and care.
On Wednesday, Donald Trump outright said that he wasn’t planning on accepting the results of the election in November. Considering that the election results have yet to be tabulated, it is clear that the President doesn’t like his chances.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows didn't answer the question but created the false impression that Trump can extend expanded unemployment benefits with an executive order.
Mike Pence tried to claim that Trump has never belittled the coronavirus, so Wolf Blitzer rattled off statements from Trump belittling the coronavirus threat.
House Intelligence Committee Chair Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) did an interview on CNN's The Situation Room where he managed to make the Russia scandal even worse for himself and the Trump administration.
If you're keeping score at home, both candidates on the Republican ticket have now refused to make quick and forceful condemnations of a known and proud white supremacist.
Hillary Clinton took a stand against the press's embarrassing Trump circus by refusing to play the media's game and respond to Donald Trump's insults during an interview on CNN.
The Republican presidential candidates gave disgraceful answers, and CNN's Wolf Blitzer lost total control of a debate that is an embarrassment to every American.
Wolf Blitzer busted Darrell Issa for lying about Hillary Clinton's emails during an interview on CNN.
South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham insisted on Monday that the Iraq War was not a mistake.
I could be wrong, but I suspect Louis Jordan will be sailing into murky political waters very soon.
Senator Tom Cotton argues that discrimination against gays in the US shouldn't be a priority, since we aren't hanging them like Iran does.
During Monday night's broadcast of The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart addressed the recent revelation that NBC News anchor Brian Williams had made false claims about taking rocket fire during a helicopter ride in Iraq in 2003.
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.
Rick Perry tried to explain the Republican Party's Ted Nugent problem on CNN today by claiming that Bill Maher is just like the racist right wing former rock and roll star.
Cowardly Ted Nugent just can't take the heat. After getting called out by Wolf Blitzer for calling President Obama a "subhuman mongrel," Nugent canceled an interview on CNN 2 hours before it was supposed to air.
House Republicans are trying to divide and conquer the left by adopting the progressive attacks against President Obama's budget as their own talking points.