James Woods is that rare thing in Hollywood: A supporter of Donald Trump. And on Sunday, Woods perfectly encapsulated the message that could get Trump reelected.
On Tuesday afternoon, Twitter tried to strike a blow for truth.
Though Jim Carrey didn't actually cough directly in Trump's face, he made it appear so by playing a clip of the U.S. president on his TV and violently hacking all over the screen.
Despite Joe Biden's lead, a majority of Floridians still say they believe Trump will win the upcoming 2020 election.
Donald Trump’s erratic, dangerous response to the coronavirus crisis has sent an unmistakable message: better thousands die than I lose in November.
On Sunday’s Last Week Tonight, John Oliver touched on how there are many people around the world — not just the U.S. — are defying stay-at-home orders. He showed footage of costumed characters in Peru who were arrested for having a Mother’s Day parade before he went into a potpourri of COVID-19-related news. He touched [
Without certain liability protections, companies like Twitter would have to be more aggressive about policing messages that press the boundaries — like the president’s.
Facebook workers took to Twitter to accuse Mark Zuckerberg of inadequately policing Donald Trump’s posts as strictly as the rival platform has done.
Comedian Sarah Cooper joins Lawrence O’Donnell to explain her process behind making her viral lip sync videos of President Trump and how she believes she is clarifying the message the president is attempting to convey.
The former chairman of the Republican National Committee explained why President Donald Trump was “manic” about reopening the U.S. economy as soon as possible. Michael Steele, who led the RNC from 2009 to 2011, told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” that the coronavirus pandemic’s destruction of the economy mattered far more to voters than the brewing corruption [
President Donald Trump’s intelligence was questioned by MSNBC’s national affairs analyst on Friday. Anchor Nicolle Wallace interviewed John Heilemann during “Deadline: White House.” “Can I just say at the start that the man is idiot,” Heilemann said, referring to the commander-in-chief. “He’s just an idiot. He’s just a moron,” he said. “The idea of the [
'We must reject and hold accountable those in office who would make a mockery of our Constitution,' Mattis wrote about Trump.