Bernie Sanders, one of the more clear-headed politicians currently campaigning for the American presidency, must have a hard time being interviewed by his mirror image. And yet, despite the psychological turmoil that must surely accompany sitting a few feet away from someone refusing to break character as they impersonate you, Sanders acquits himself very well in a surreal chat with the alternate reality version of him played by comedian James Adomian.
Bernie Sanders on Tuesday won the endorsement of the Center for Popular Democracy Action, a network of progressive community groups, providing a boost to the U.S. senator's bid to become the Democratic Party's nominee for president.
In a letter to House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler, the White House counsel sharply attacked the Democrats’ impeachment process as “completely baseless” and said House Democrats had “violated basic principles of due process and fundamental fairness.” It did not explicitly answer whether the White House would take part in the Judiciary Committee hearing on Monday.
Responding to a deadline set by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), where he gave President Trump until December 6 to inform the committee whether his counsel will participate in upcoming impeachment proceedings, the White House has called impeachment inquiry as a whole “baseless.” CNN’s Jim Acosta shared a copy of the letter to [
The House Judiciary Committee is scheduled to hold an impeachment hearing on Wednesday targeting President Donald Trump.
The White House said in a letter on Sunday to the chairman of the House of Repre
The White House on Sunday said neither President Donald Trump nor his lawyers would participate in the House Judiciary Committee's first impeachment hearing on Wednesday.
The White House will not participate in the House Judiciary Committee's first public impeachment hearing Wednesday, White House counsel Pat Cipollone told House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) over the weekend.
Fiona Hill, a former top White House expert on Russia, told congressional investigators today that allegations of Ukrainian election interference are not based in fact. By continuing to promote this theory, she argued, Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee are emboldening Russian aggression.
Senator Bernie Sanders was interviewed by a comedy doppelganger in a campaign video released Thursday, featuring comedian James Adomian impersonating the presidential candidate.
We now know Bernie’s stance on paying comedy-podcast guests.
Bernie Sanders sat down with Bernie Sanders for a tutorial on how to properly rumple a good suit.