MSNBC’s Donny Deutsch warns that President Donald Trump is going to completely melt down soon — and even Republicans won’t be able to ignore it. Panelists on “Morning Joe” tried to analyze Trump’s renewed attacks on special counsel Robert Mueller, saying the frenzied tweets and clumsy admissions reflect reporting that the president and his lawyers have met for more than five hours this week to discuss the Russia investigation. “He’s getting the questions from Mueller …
Republicans have aired four television ads for every three paid for by Democrats in Mississippi's Senate race runoff.
The series of three videos posted by D&G, entitled "Eating With Chopsticks," show a woman eating large plates of pizza, spaghetti and a giant Italian cannolo pastry, while a male voiceover tells her what to do.
The Senate's only black Republican acknowledges that the GOP has to improve its response to racism.
“She’s leaving her kids with her parents to travel with Donny to Florida on weekends,” said one source.
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Deutsch's comment comes just days after James Comey compared Trump to a mob boss.
Mississippi Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith’s outing for a series of racist characteristics is causing more problems for a Republican Party already struggling to defend itself against accusations of racism. Former Republican Max Boot detailed the laundry list of racist incidents stacking up against Republicans thanks to President Donald Trump and other party members. The GOP is struggling in the wake of Charlottesville, Americans ordering Confederate monuments be taken down and Trump’s knack for...
The advert was criticized for its mocking depiction of Chinese culture.
MSNBC’s Donny Deutsch said President Donald Trump’s tweets had lost their power to stir outrage, and were now just punchlines to “pathetic” jokes. The “Morning Joe” contributor reacted to Trump’s misspelled tweet denying “smocking gun” evidence of collusion and admitting that he knew about payments by attorney Michael Cohen to his mistresses before the election. “He’s probably watching now as he’s eating his Count Chocula,” Deutsch said. “He knows a ‘smocking’ gun is pointed at