Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said President Donald Trump "has continued his embarrassing campaign of deference and debasing himself before Vladimir Putin,” following a New York Times report that U.S. intelligence concluded that the Russian military offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants in Afghanistan to kill American troops and other coalition forces.
The White House is pursuing a long-shot legal fight to block John Bolton’s tell-all book but has not disputed much of its contents.
Monday on MSNBC's "Deadline," host Nicolle Wallace said President Donald Trump was "running as a plague-spreading racist." | Clips
President Donald Trump promoted a video on Twitter on Sunday morning showing a man in a golf cart with Trump campaign gear shouting "white power." On the president’s declining polls and struggles with containing the coronavirus, Nicolle Wallace says: “Running as a plague spreading racist polls terribly.”
President Trump on Thursday night said crime in Chicago makes it “worse than Afghanistan,” and ripped into other violent, Democratic-run US cities, where life is “like living in hell.” The president made the remarks during a Fox News Town Hall after host Sean Hannity asked him about soaring crime in some big cities. “Chicago is
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany defended President Donald Trump's use of the racist term 'Kung flu,' arguing he was merely point to its origins in China.
The Washington Post attempt to disprove President Donald Trump's claim that "the 20 most dangerous cities are Democrat run" inadvertently exposed the dangerous nature of Democrat-controlled cities, affirming that 17 of the 20 most violent have Democrat mayors.
Desperate nitpicking by far-left newspaper earns widespread mockery on social media.
Even if they were, it wouldn't necessarily mean what Trump suggests it means.
President Trump's reelection campaign is suing the largest Democratic super PAC for running an ad that they say misrepresents the president's remarks about the coronavirus.The complaint, filed in
President Donald Trump once again used the term 'Kung-flu' to refer to the coronavirus, which has killed more than 120,000 Americans.