Have you ever considered what happens when Donald Trump loses in November? One year ago, his former attorney Michael Cohen testified before Congress that Trump would not accept electoral defeat this upcoming election. Sadly, he’s probably right: If there’s one thing Trump has been consistent about, it’s that he narcissistically refuses to accept reality whenever it’s in any way negative toward him. This is why Trump has repeatedly, and ridiculously, insisted that he won the popular vote in 2016....
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On Tuesday, Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank wrote a scathing editorial breaking down how the Justice Department’s controversy over diverting human trafficking grant money to an organization called “Hookers for Jesus” illustrates the deep-rooted corruption within the administration. “In a new grant award, senior Justice officials rejected the recommendations of career officials and decided to [
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Donald Trump would not accept a censure resolution in exchange for impeachment, the White House even as GOP senators like Lisa Murkowski and Lamar Alexander criticize Trump.
The only way in which the 3 per cent target might be reached is if Congress enacts major legislation, which is unlikely
Donald Trump is expected to be cleared today in the two charges against him, drawing the fractious impeachment trial against him to a close.
Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) ripped President Donald Trump and Attorney General William Barr in a long-winded rant Sunday on MSNBC's "Kasie DC." | Clips
In his victory celebration, Trump hasn't yet announced the arrests of Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff. Give him time
"This budget is Trump's pledge that as long as he stays in office, slashing Social Security, Medicaid, and whatever's left of SNAP will remain a White House priority."