Thursday, New York Times columnist Charles Blow took liberal outrage to new decibel levels. His argument? President Trump is comparable to Adolf Hitler.
Hysteria makes for a nice messaging tactic, but facts are stubborn things. Let’s put the House and Senate minority leaders’ talking points aside and look at what’s really happened with this executive order.
ObamaCare is the signature legislation of former President Barack Obama, enacted in 2010 and upheld by the Supreme Court in 2012.
President Obama’s ambassador to the United Nations has testified that others made so-called unmasking requests in her name, House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy said Tuesday.
Since President Trump’s election the progressives in the USA have decided that they are “the Resistance.”
President Trump told a conservative think tank Tuesday night that his tax plan was “a once-in-a-generation opportunity to revitalize our economy, renew our industry, and renew the American dream.”
If a metaphor could be used for this White House, it might be a two-sided coin with President Trump the head and Vice President Mike Pence the tail.
President Trump doubled down Tuesday on his controversial claim that past presidents didn’t properly console the families of fallen servicemembers, raising the point that Barack Obama apparently did not call now-White House Chief of Staff John Kelly after his son was killed in Afghanistan in 2010.
President Trump and Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer tangled on Twitter Monday morning over everything from Iran to taxes to the economy.
It’s nine months into the administration, and there is no rest for the hair-on-fire coverage.