After yesterday’s devastating smackdown in Politico Magazine wherein Stephen Miller’s uncle David Glosser described his goblin nephew as a “hypocrite” whose policies “repudiate the very foundation of our family’s life in this country,” Glosser returned to rhetorically body slam his awful relative again today. Stop,…
“Trump Derangement Syndrome” is a fake disorder made up by conservatives to document a real phenomenon: liberals who are so mad online about the president as to appear deeply unwell.
CNN clearly has had enough of President Donald Trump and his attacks against the network and news media in general.
Listen, I don’t like this either, but: CNN ran a segment that involved talking to Donald Trump supporters about QAnon, an online conspiracy theory that involves all the right wing internet’s favorite ingredients: Hillary Clinton, child sex rings, murder, and a heroic Trump.
After first demanding members of the White House press corps ONLY ask questions about foreign cyberattacks on the U.S., Sarah Huckabee Sanders locked horns with CNN’s Jim Acosta during her press briefing on Thursday over President Trump’s repeated attacks on the media .
“Start the pointless feud you wish to see in the world,” Fox News man Sean Hannity whispered to himself in the mirror last night before embarking on a mission to take down CNN News Man Jim Acosta in the arena where all real battles are won and lost—online.
Today, Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation just got a little bit easier. According to CNN’s sources, Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen, is willing to testify to Muller that Trump had knowledge of the 2016 Trump Tower meeting at which Russians gave the campaign dirt on Hillary Clinton.
An agency-wide email from the Justice Department, obtained by CNN, instructed US attorneys offices to refer to undocumented immigrants in press releases only by the term “illegal aliens”.
In the ongoing horror show of the Trump Administration’s family separation policy, we may have hit a new low. CNN reports today that the administration has indicated that as many as 463 parents of children who were detained by the US government may have already been deported back to their countries of origin without…
During his press conference Friday morning with British Prime Minister Theresa May, President Trump was very much himself, if a little more pissed off, since his trip to visit America’s special friend across the pond is going very, very poorly. So he fell back on a tried and true tactic: attacking the media.
This Wednesday, Facebook held a press conference with journalists to discuss its renewed efforts to combat misinformation on the platform. According to BuzzFeed News, the company began by screening a 12-minute documentary on fake news by the Oscar-winning documentarian Morgan Neville before turning to the reporters.
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar tried to reset the narrative around the Trump administration’s family separation policy in a CNN interview on Tuesday night, calling it “one of the great acts of American generosity and charity.”
Vice President Mike Pence has been flying under the radar as of late, but just in case you forgot how terrible he is and what a horror show his presidency would be, he conveniently went on CNN to remind us. What a nice guy!
Since the first press conference Donald Trump gave as president-elect, no one has embodied CNN’s relationship with his administration more than Chief White House Correspondent Jim Acosta. Trump singled out the journalist in a bizarro exchange in the belly of Trump Tower in January 2017: “You are fake news,” he said…
Here’s a quick little anecdote from Texas Republican Rep. Will Hurd that’s sure to inspire confidence in the Trump administration’s ability to reunite families torn apart by its family separation policy.
As we fall into this hellish loop of debating whether or not it’s okay to make White House officials uncomfortable for targeting and abusing immigrant families, it’s becoming increasingly obvious that the arbiters of civility have no idea what the word even means.
On Sunday, CNN’s Jake Tapper asked Sen. Bernie Sanders a simple and reasonable question: Does he favor abolishing the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency? Here’s what Sanders said:
When President Donald Trump yesterday walked back his policy of separating undocumented immigrant children from their families, he did so presumably knowing full well that the executive order he was signing was a largely performative bit of nonsense. Rather than definitively end family separation once and for all,…
Sentinel Newspapers Executive Editor Brian Karem offered an apology on Sunday that should be issued on behalf of all journalists covering the White House and Donald Trump.
Well, it finally, actually, happened.