Friday on Fox News Channel anchor Chris Wallace said President Donald Trump and Republican lawmakers couldn’t “get their act together” on the next round of stimulus amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“Whenever he does talk, he can’t put two sentences together,” Trump said. “I don’t want to be nice or un-nice. The man can’t speak and he is going to be president, because some people don’t love me, maybe.”
Joe Biden’s cognitive decline appears to be so bad his campaign team left a flubbed line in a pre-recorded ad.
The United States will need even more immigrants once the economy has recovered from the coronavirus crash, according to the editorial board of Mike Bloomberg’s news site.
On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “All In,” House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) stated that “You can’t have confidence” that needed medical equipment is being allocated to states based on a neutral standard of who has the most need.
President Donald Trump answered reporters’ questions following Sunday’s coronavirus task force update and stressed that Virginia’s Governor cannot be allowed to play with the Second Amendment.
Thursday on ABC’s “The View,” co-host Joy Behar addressed rumors that she is leaving the show by saying she can’t retire because she is “a job creator over at Breitbart.”
At CPAC, Doug Collins noted the “swamp” failed to stop U.S. President Donald Trump’s supporters from electing him to office. nor were they able to remove him from office.
The distributor of the film “Parasite,” which claimed the Oscar for Best Picture, was apparently triggered by President Donald Trump’s criticism of the award-winning film.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) could not name the president of Mexico when asked to do so by a Telemundo reporter on Thursday evening.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) expressed her dissatisfaction that Republican senators voted against witnesses on MSNBC’s coverage of the Senate impeachment trial Friday.
On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Representative Matt Gaetz (R-FL) defended his vote for the House’s war powers resolution by arguing that Congress needs to “closely guard” its powers under the Constitution and “it’s ludicrous