Ugh, you hate to see it: Someone snatching defeat from the jaws of victory, getting so close to getting it right and then dropping the ball at the last second. Almost being cool, and then being a damn fool.
Two of the Trump administration’s top ghouls apparently got into a screaming match with one another outside the Oval Office on Thursday, which honestly sounds pretty much what I’d expect on a weekday afternoon in the White House.
It’s truly a mystery that a piss-warm Saturday Night Live sketch couldn’t convince a Republican majority not to confirm a Republican president’s Republican Supreme Court nominee. What a head scratcher.
Sometimes you just want a huge wave to wash over you and take you out to sea forever.
Is Don Lemon good now?? After watching this clip of him verbally smacking the hell out of conservative pundit Matt Lewis on his CNN show last night, my cable news badness rankings are cast into chaos.
Michael Caputo, a former Trump aide and current Trump surrogate on CNN, had a bonafide meltdown tonight when faced with USA Today columnist Kirsten Powers’ calm explanation of why women don’t immediately come forward after surviving a sexual assault.
Allow me to set the scene for you: In one corner we have Donald Trump Jr., idiot firstborn son and namesake of the president of the United States. In the other, Anderson Cooper, a famous journalist and scion of the vast Vanderbilt empire. It’s something of an “unstoppable force, immovable object” situation, except…
Christine Blasey Ford, the California professor who claims Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her while they were teenagers, is ready to come forward and speak publicly about her experience, Ford’s lawyer said on Monday.
The identity of the Trump administration official behind the anonymous op-ed that ran in the New York Times last week has been the source of much speculation (including by us), but what the debate had been missing were some perspectives from Turning Point staffers and former Trump campaign officials. Luckily, Fox News…
A good rule of thumb in investigative journalism is that if someone in power is complaining about your work, you’re probably on the right track. That, however, didn’t stop Bloomberg News from reportedly reassigning one of their reporters after a bank CEO complained about their coverage.
A new poll from CNN shows that Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination is the least popular since Robert Bork’s nomination by Ronald Reagan. The overall percentage of polled Americans who would like to see Kavanaugh confirmed is a whopping 37 percent. Bork’s came in a little lower, at 31 percent.
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.