Former Trump "fixer" Michael Cohen is due to report to prison on Monday -- and CNN's Jeffrey Toobin said that he's understandably furious that he's being sent to jail while the man who allegedly ordered him to commit crimes still gets to be president. In dissecting the crimes that Cohen pleaded guilty to, Toobin pointed out that many of them were done for Trump's benefit -- and yet Cohen is the only one who has
On Monday, CNN's Chris Cuomo blasted President Donald Trump's ongoing defenses of his characterization of the neo-Nazi demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017, in which he claimed that some of the far-right demonstrators were "very fine people" and insisted they had a legitimate grievance in protesting the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. "If you're talking about the violence that took place in Charlottesville, there was no protest going on that
Sunday on CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” network media reporter Oliver Darcy asked what the difference between President Donald Trump’s Twitter feed and the website Infowars during a panel discussion about Facebook’s ban on Infowars was, and it’s founder Alex Jones. Darcy
Friday on CNN’s “The Lead,” host Jake Tapper accused President Donald Trump of giving Russian President Vladimir Putin’s view on the conflict in Venezuela during his comments this Friday afternoon. Tapper said, “One other thing that was interesting on the call today,
On Monday, CNN political editor Chris Cillizza detailed President Donald Trump's go-to phrase that he uses to avoid answering questions directly. Most recently Trump used the phrase in the oval office while answering questions about the United States relationship with Iran, and if the country was on the brink of war or not. "I'm hearing little stories about Iran," he responded. "If they do anything, they will suffer greatly. We'll see what happens with Iran,"
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CNN's Jake Tapper on Friday slammed President Trump's claims that his 2016 presidential campaign "rebuffed" outreach from Russian operatives.Tapper accused the president of continuing to "beli
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) went on TV and invoked the troops to defend President Donald Trump's tariffs, and he was rewarded the very next day. The Arkansas Republican told CBS News on Monday the costs of Trump launching an all-out trade war with China would be "minimal" compared to the hardships faced by U.S. military service members. "There will be some sacrifices on the part of Americans, I grant you that," Cotton said, "but I
The final season of ‘iZombie’ premieres May 2 and HollywoodLife got EXCLUSIVE scoop from the one and only David Anders about Blaine’s arc in season 5, how it all ends, and more.
MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace on Wednesday mocked Attorney General Bill for making excuses for President Donald Trump that were more "ridiculous" than anything she'd make for her seven-year-old. "Donald Trump has had a 'help wanted, looking for Roy Cohn' sign outside 1600 Pennsylvania avenue for two years and two months," Wallace said, laughing disdainfully. "It would take someone like William Barr to make Jeff Sessions and even Matt Whittaker, who has far as we know didn't
One of the most controversial political theorists of the 20th century was Francis Fukuyama, who postulated that history had ended. What did he mean by that? His argument, summed up somewhat inelegantly, was that humanity had perfected the rules that would guide society from that point forwards. Only liberal democracy, with a free market economic system, can secure human prosperity, happiness, and evolution. Obviously, that theory didn’t hold water for long. Fukuyama couldn’t have imagined the...