Flashback–Joe Biden in 2007: Job-Killing NAFTA 'Not the Problem'

In 2007, then-Senator Joe Biden (D-DE) defended the job-killing, pro-outsourcing North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) years after voting in support of the free trade deal that ultimately helped lead to the elimination of nearly five million U.S. manufacturing jobs. 

House Foreign Affairs Committee Chair: 'Not Close' to Removing Omar from Committee

On Tuesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “OutFront,” House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Eliot Engel (D-NY) criticized remarks made by Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and said he isn’t close to removing her from her spot on the committee. Engel said Omar has made “very troubling” remarks that he hopes she apologizes for and grows out of, but declined to say she’s an anti-Semite, saying he doesn’t “throw names around.” Engel later stated that while the decision isn’t up to him, he’s “not close” to removing Omar from her committee spot. He continued, “I don’t know that that would do anything except exacerbate the situation even more. I’m looking to get rid of anti-Semitism, not looking to punish anybody.” (h/t Mediaite) Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett  

Mueller: BuzzFeed Report Claiming Trump Directed Michael Cohen Testimony 'Not Accurate'

A spokesperson for special counsel Robert Mueller’s office released a statement Friday disputing a BuzzFeed report which alleged President Donald Trump directed his former attorney Michael Cohen to make false statements to Congress regarding a proposed real estate deal in Russia.

Country Singer Reba McEntire: 'Not My Job' to Talk About Politics

Country singer Reba McEntire bucked the Hollywood trend of liberal activism in a recent media appearance, saying that talking politics is “not my job.” “You can vote in and you can say what you want to, and you can choose not to say what you want to,” Reba McEntire said about America. The 63-year-old is part of a small but significant number of Hollywood stars that don’t like to preach politics. Last year, McEntire told The View that when she performs at concerts, she is “there to entertain them, to take their worries away from them, so when they walk out, they can kind of have a little lift in their step and go, ‘Aw, that was such a great break from all the problems I have to deal with during daily life.’ So I’m not going to give them my political views.” View this post on Instagram My favorite. #greatpresident #greatfriend A post shared by Reba (@reba) on Dec 1, 2018 at 6:25am PST Actor Mark Wahlberg has previously talked about his desire not to get political, saying, “A lot of celebrities did, do, and shouldn’t [talk about politics].” He also said that celebrities are “pretty out of touch with

Dave Chappelle: Trump Tore Us Up — He's 'Not Culturally Astute' Enough to Heal the Nation

Friday 0n MSNBC’s “Deadline,” guest host John Heilemann played a clip from his Showtime show “The Circus” of an interview with comedian Dave Chappelle. When asked about President Donald Trump’s job performance, Chappelle said, “Apparently he is having a terrible go of it. I don’t think that he is living up to his part of the bargain, and I’m troubled by politicians that only speak to people that they believe will vote for them. And it is sad because, you know, he’s got the bully pulpit. It’s the highest office in our land. Hopefully, we can either hold him to task or get someone in there that will think about all of us.” He added, “I want the country to survive this guy, and I’m sure it will. But I think that there will be a hangover after this presidency, unlike anything that I’ve ever lived through. I think that we’ve gone far rhetorically. And I think that we just got a little mending to do. And I don’t think that he is the kind of person that is culturally astute enough to really lead the charge on mending the fence. But he sure did tear it the shit up didn’t he?” Follow