Thursday on MSNBC’s “The Beat,” former Carter administration adviser Marc Ginsberg called President Donald Trump “the most popular person in Israel.” The discussion was about President Donald Trump tweeting that Israel should deny Reps. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) and Ilhan Omar (D-MN) entry and
Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) assailed President Donald Trump as “a pathological liar” when discussing foreign policy at the second Democrat debate on Tuesday.
A landlord renamed his pub Trump Arms to welcome U.S. President Donald Trump to the U.K. and to honor the ties between the two countries.
A woman was arrested in central London Tuesday evening after the “blimp” designed to mock President Donald Trump was stabbed with what may have been a small pair of cosmetic scissors.
The notorious “blimp” depicting President Donald Trump as a baby, much hyped by the mainstream media, is back in London today — but looked much less impressive than it does in its original promotional material suggesting it would soar over the city.
Radio station rebrands as 'Trump 103.3' in talk format...
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House Dems fall in line with Pelosi’s no-impeachment strategy…
Monday on CNN’s “Right Now With Brianna Keilar,” during a discussion with the network’s chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta about President Donald Trump’s weekend tweets, the network briefly had a chyron which read, “Trump goes on rambling tweet binge while running the country.” Keilar opened the show by saying, “After a 24-hour tweet binge, two people close to the president in the right wing have to defend his tweets and show that he is not a white supremacist.” She continued, “Chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta is joining us now. Jim, what does it say that the top aides are defending the president’s mental fitness and denying that he’s a white supremacist? These are pretty extraordinary defenses to be out there with.” Acosta said, “We saw the Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney on the Sunday talk shows defending the president, like you said, saying the president is not a white supremacist. In any other administration, you just wouldn’t hear that kind of thing being said by a chief of staff. Earlier this morning, things got even more surreal. You saw the White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway talking to reporters after she appeared on one of the other networks,
Sunday on MSNBC’s “Live,” Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) said President Donald Trump is a “cancer on the country. ” Cohen said, “Trump is a con man. Michael Cohen said he is a con man, a liar, and a racist. He is a con man. He is a liar, and he is a racist. He has lied about everything that goes down. He continues to lie. That’s why he’s attacked this Mueller investigation, the Justice Department, the FBI, judges that didn’t rule in his manner and way in the Trump University lawsuit. The man is a walking lie. ” He added, “My constituents would want him impeached. I have a largely African American district, and that is probably the demographic group that most sees Trump for what he is—that is a liar who is insensitive to people of need. Overall I think it’s not nearly as strong as it is in my district. We look at polls and public reception. The big thing is look at how Republicans in the Senate are responding. As long as they continue to be acolytes and following lemmings of the cliff, we will not be able to get a conviction and impeachment. We can’t get an impeachment
Let me start by conveying a heartfelt message to the one-thousand “journalists” who were laid off on Thursday. I want all of you to know that I feel as awful about you losing your jobs as you would if everyone here at Breitbart News lost their jobs.
On Thursday’s broadcast of CNN’s “AC360,” CNN Senior Legal Analyst and New Yorker Staff Writer Jeffrey Toobin stated that “today’s the first day I actually thought Donald Trump might not finish his term in office.” Toobin said, “You know, today’s the first day I actually thought Donald Trump might not finish his term in office. I mean, I think this thing is enormous. And the whole week — think about what the position is of Donald Trump and the Trump camp about all these things. His position is, for six months, Michael Cohen never discussed with him that he was negotiating for a Moscow Trump Tower. It’s preposterous. … Second, he says that Roger Stone never discussed with him that he was negotiating with WikiLeaks and talking about WikiLeaks, even though both Donald Trump and Roger Stone were obsessed with WikiLeaks, but they spoke repeatedly and never discussed it. Third, Don Jr. never discussed with his father the plans for the Trump Tower meeting in June of 2016.” He added, “[I]t’s certainly not now, but there may be a point where it’s too much.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett