President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Monday to openly warn North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper that if he doesn’t make a call on whether Charlotte can accommodate the Republican National Convention this summer, Trump will move it elsewhere. The GOP convention is currently scheduled for August 24-27. The Democratic National Convention remains scheduled for [
He had to correct his Florida voter registration after initially listing the White House, which is not in Florida, as his “legal residence.”
“Looking for a new outlet!” the president says after criticism over his revelation that he’s taking hydroxychloroquine to prevent Covid-19.
On Monday, President Donald Trump retweeted multiple posts of right-wing personalities attacking Fox News host Neil Cavuto, including some calling him “an idiot” and “foolish and gullible,” for warning that hydroxychloroquine can cause life-threatening side effects. Hard to Believe Cavuto is this foolish & gullible. The VA study he quotes is total fraud conducted on [
While he’s not (yet) injecting bleach straight into his veins, Donald Trump announced on Monday that he has been taking hydroxychloroquine, a drug that he touted for weeks as a covid-19 cure but that has actually led to more deaths of patients. “I’m not going to get hurt by it,” he proclaimed. Hmmmm
Republican Voters Against Trump is urging Americans to vote the president out of office in November.
“Fox & Friends” host Brian Kilmeade offered a suggestion for President Donald Trump to avoid Twitter’s fact checks. Twitter has started adding disclaimers to some of the president’s tweets after he posted inaccurate information about mail-in voting, which prompted Trump to sign an executive order limiting legal protections for social media companies, but the Fox [
Fox News host Ed Henry pressed White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany to explain on Thursday why it was kosher
Appearing on Fox News Sunday, the editor of the conservative Dispatch slammed White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany for her no-holds-barred defense of Donald Trump, calling her behavior “indefensible and grotesque.” Speaking with host Chris Wallace, who also called out the new press secretary’s recent foray before the press, saying “I spent six years in [
Fox News host Sean Hannity, who has no medical or pharmacological background, has used his radio and television platforms this week to repeatedly promote an unproven drug treatment for the new coronavirus despite FDA warnings against doing so outside of a hospital setting or clinical trial due to a risk of heart rhythm problems. “There is one thing you cannot [
"No matter what happens they'll tell you, 'Our supporters aren't going anywhere. The trailer parks are rock-solid. What choice do they have?" Fox host says of some Trump aides