Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Deadline,” network contributor Donny Deutsch predicted history would “frown” on Republicans for supporting President Donald Trump. Deutsch said, “History will really frown on the Republicans. You just gave one instance. How about sending troops down when there’s no caravan coming. Sending American troops down literally like Tinkertoy soldiers. We can go on and on and on, and they stand by. To me, you see is what you get with Trump. What you see is what you get. He’s a...
What does refreshment sounds like? The answer, of course, is "Buschhhhhh." That intensely annunciated brand moniker--given added aural oomph by the pop/schhhhhh opening of a Busch can--debuted in a Super Bowl commercial by Deutsch two years ago. The latest spots from the agency use the same gag to good effect. And of course, woodland wackiness
Appearing as a guest on NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers, MSNBC contributor and frequent Morning Joe guest Donny Deutsch accused President Donald Trump of racism as he cited the President's history of promoting the birther conspiracy theory against former President Barack Obama. Deutsch notably has his own checkered past on race since he once uttered a racial epithet on national television as he trashed Republican Senator Marco Rubio.
The super PAC aligned with House Republican leadership is targeting two first-term Democratic congressmen in a new pair of ads tying them to the so-called Green New Deal.The pair of digital ads from Congressional L
Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean (D) asserted on Sunday that Republicans “have no morals at all.” While appearing on CNN’s Reliable Sources, Dean was asked how he would handle the controversy surround Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D), who was caught with racist images on his yearbook page. “I believe he’s a decent person but I think he has to resign,” Dean said of Northam. “He just can’t be effective as a governor after something like
MSNBC’s Donny Deutsch believes federal prosecutors will topple the Trump Organization — and away take all the president’s money. The “Morning Joe” contributor said the recent subpoena of President Donald Trump’s inauguration committee places the family business in legal jeopardy, and Vanity Fair reporter Emily Jane Fox, who like Deutsch speaks frequently with former Trump attorney Michael Cohen, agreed. “It raises alarm bells,” Fox said. “Here’s why I think this is so damaging, why all
Democratic strategist Karen Finney on Sunday called out Republican pundit Scott Jennings after he suggested that abortion is linked to racism. During a panel discussion on CNN’s State of the Union, host Jake Tapper asked Jennings if it was fair for Republicans to attack Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam for racism when members of the party have refused to call for the ouster of Rep. Steve King (R-IA), who has a history of bigoted statements. “There
Maher, right, was presenting ‘Real Time’ Friday night when he made the comment. He was accused of 'blatant racism' online as users posted sarcastic shocked memes, inset.
Latino Victory Fund released a highly controversial ad in 2017 tearing down Ralph Northam’s opponent, Ed Gillespie, in the Virginia gubernatorial campaign. The ad depicts several minorities being chased by an apparent Gillespie supporter in a pickup truck flying a Confederate flag. The scared children run frantically away from the driver. Here it is:
On Friday, an old yearbook surfaced which showed Virginia’s Democratic governor, Ralph Northam, and another man wearing blackface and a Ku Klux Klan robe. CNN host Erin Burnett discussed the development with a panel that included Trump defender Stephen Moore. Moore attempted to change the subject from Northam’s racism to his comments about a controversial abortion bill. “I live in Virginia. I follow Virginia politics. He was—you want to talk about a politician that had
Fox News anchors complained bitterly about Stacey Abrams and her rebuttal to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address. Commentator Brit Hume said Abrams, who denounced voter suppression like her supporters encountered in Georgia and called for lower health care and more inclusive immigration, was a contrast to the president’s “optimistic report” on current events, reported The Daily Beast. “Quite (a) grim picture that Stacey Abrams painted of where Americans are and how they’re