On Monday, at a roundtable discussion with restaurant executives, President Donald Trump was asked about the firing of the State Department inspector general. His response was to plead total ignorance on the matter. “I don’t know anything about him,” said Trump of Steve Linick, whose firing has raised controversy because he participated in the impeachment [
In a Memorial Day column for the Washington Post, Paul Waldman writes that it is time for Republicans to quit pretending Donald Trump is fit to be president and that his latest unacceptable behavior should be the tipping point for any honest lawmaker. Under a headline that pointedly asks, “Can we stop pretending Trump is [
According to Erin Gloria Ryan, writing for the Daily Beast, Donald Trump’s abrupt departure from his press conference on Monday after a skirmish with two female reporters who refused to be bullied by the president was a sign that president was waving the white flag after meeting his match. During Monday’s proceedings, the president was pressed by CBS [
As the 2020 election approaches, Republicans are beginning to realize just how important it is to have a leader at the top of the ticket who knows how to manage a crisis. Writing for the Washington Post on Monday, conservative columnist Jennifer Rubin patted Republicans on the head for finally waking up. “It sure took [
Writing in the Washington Post this Tuesday, columnist Jennifer Rubin writes that as the U.S. passes 80,000 coronavirus deaths, President Trump is demonstrating that he is willing to benefit from protections that he’s not willing to extend to others. “
President Donald Trump’s tweets have grown even more erratic than usual lately, as he has promoted baseless murder conspiracy theories about MSNBC host Joe Scarborough and even a video that proclaims “the only good Democrat is a dead Democrat.” Financial Times columnist Edward Luce believes he knows the reason that the president has become more [
Evelyn Farkas, a former Obama administration official who previously encouraged congressional staffers to gather evidence of alleged collusion between President Trump's 2016 campaign and Russia and said she "knew" there was additional such information out there, admitted she did not know such information existed in a 2017 interview with congressional investigators.
Economist Kevin Hassett conceded ‘I’d be a lot safer I was sitting at home’
President Donald Trump's reelection campaign is demanding to know more about former Vice President Joe Biden's role in the outgoing Obama administration's failed effort to take down Gen. Michael Flynn (Ret.).