The White House released a photo of the famous quarterback and the president, at his Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.
The New York Times is facing criticism for its apparent effort to paint allegations of sexual misconduct against former Vice President Joe Biden in the best possible light — a sharp contrast from how it treated Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Several progressive groups, including Allied Progress and Demand Justice, two liberal dark money groups, have set a target on Justice Brett Kavanaugh as they aim to have him recuse himself from the case involving the constitutionality of the Consumer Financial Protection Board (CFPB).
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) on Sunday called for the U.S. to “reclaim the court” and impeach Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
“I think the New York Times made another terrible mistake, it’s a shame that a thing like that could happen,” Trump said.
So how did a man who is a proven ally of women, who is universally praised by female colleagues, and has never had any complaints lodged against him over his decades-long career come to be labeled a “rapist,” and those who voted to confirm him to the Supreme Court as “rape enablers”? It took a mix of political activism, uncorroborated allegations, and left-wing hysteria – all woven seamlessly into a media narrative blasted 24/7 to drown out the truth and transform a good man into a monster.
U.S. House Judiciary Committee chair Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) is renewing his effort to target Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh, asking the National Archives to release more information about Kavanaugh’s work in the White House under President George W. Bush.
On Wednesday, Time magazine published its “100 Most Influential People” list featuring both Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser Christine Blasey Ford, and actress Jessica Chastain is not happy about it.
President Donald Trump reacted Monday to critics who had rallied around former U.S. envoy Brett McGurk, noting that he was the Obama administration official responsible for sending pallets of cash to Iran for U.S. hostages.
Former legendary NFL quarterback Brett Favre, hip-hop star Soulja Boy, and actor-comedian Andy Dick were recently duped into recording videos coded with anti-Semitic conspiracy theories using Cameo, an app which facilitates the purchase of personalized messages from celebrities.
President Donald Trump shared his outrage after learning that one of the women accusing Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of rape admitted that she fabricated her story.
The Senate Judiciary Committee released its full and final report Saturday into the allegations of sexual misconduct against U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, finding “no evidence” to corroborate them.