Donald Trump is a keyboard gangster, and Twitter is his gun. He wields his personal Twitter account like a weapon, using it to attack the press, foreign dignitaries and leaders, members of his own administration and anyone else who does not fall in line and do exactly what he wants them to at any given moment.
Eleven House Republicans have taken their hypocritical, self-serving indignation to the floor once again, in a clear effort to try to get rid of the man who may make their leader’s presidency go bye-bye.
With all the theatrics surrounding Donald Trump’s signing of an executive order to end family separations at the border, you may have missed out on a pretty big news nugget earlier Wednesday. Michael Cohen—Trump’s personal attorney and longtime confidant who has become one of the bigger fish caught in the Robert…
Throughout the entire Mueller investigation, Donald Trump and his band of criminal cronies have claimed that the probe would not yield any fruit because none of them have done anything wrong. They have sung this refrain over and over again, even as evidence to the contrary comes to light. Well, sirs, if you haven’t…
Robert Mueller was appointed special counsel on May 17, 2017, and tasked with finding out whether or not members of the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to disrupt the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
I never thought I’d say this, but I am tired of hearing about Russia.
In the past few days, two top Republican officials have insinuated that America might not get a sequel to this dumpster fire of a presidency that some news organizations refer to as “the Trump administration.”