Faced with lingering questions about President Donald Trump’s disastrous appearance with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, his subsequent semi-walking-back of his remarks there, and then a third round of waffling about Russian intervention in American politics, Sarah Huckabee Sanders had her work cut out…
A video of President Donald Trump speaking about Germany, taken on his current Europe trip, caught the attention of reporters who said that his chief of staff, John Kelly, appeared “uncomfortable” in the background as Trump said completely normal, presidential things like “Germany is totally controlled by Russia.”
Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a liar, appeared on Tuesday’s Fox & Friends to address the hardship—nay, the discrimination—that a certain group of people in America are facing today.
Here’s a dispatch from Hell, courtesy of ABC-13 in Virginia, where on Tuesday, protesters picketed the Lexington restaurant that kicked Sarah Huckabee Sanders out last weekend:
Doug McKelway, intrepid Fox News reporter, has been working his friggin pants off every day, bravely traveling to and covering the Red Hen restaurant, where the owner politely asked press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders to leave on Friday.
After President Trump doubled down Monday morning on the notion that allowing undocumented immigrants their full legal and constitutional rights is just too big of a time suck, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders took the baton this afternoon, kicking up some impressive gibberish to further muddy the…
Former Obama Education Secretary Arne Duncan this weekend posted what is by far the worst entry yet in the Civility Take Olympics, which sprung up in the wake of Sarah Huckabee Sanders being refused service at a Lexington, VA, restaurant. It is truly horrific. I take no pleasure in reporting this.
After White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was politely asked to leave a Lexington, VA, restaurant this weekend, President Donald Trump himself has seen fit to weigh in with a reasonable, nuanced take about personal responsibility and public decorum.
The media firestorm that kicked off on Friday night when Sarah Huckabee Sanders was refused service at a Virginia restaurant has reached its logical conclusion: a message from the editorial board of the Washington Post that the Real Problem is mildly inconveniencing powerful people.
In light of the Trump administration’s despicable policy of separating poor children from their parents and locking them in cages, an increasing number of people are fighting back by making it extremely uncomfortable for officials to enjoy their private lives in peace while babies cry without their mothers.
By now you’ve almost certainly seen the photograph of two-year-old Yanela Hernandez sobbing in terror as her mother is searched by Customs and Border Patrol agents. It’s a sobering image, and because of it, Hernandez has become the de facto face of the Trump administration’s cruel “zero tolerance” policy on…
If you can believe it, the Trump administration’s separation of migrant families at the southern U.S. border has sown even more discord in an already-chaotic White House. The latest peek behind the fraying curtain comes courtesy of Vanity Fair’s Gabriel Sherman, who managed to wrangle up a few Sarah Huckabee Sanders…
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.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who is definitely not considering leaving her job, was asked during Thursday’s briefing to defend the Trump administration’s policy of separating children from their undocumented parents at the border. It went extremely badly.
CBS News reports that White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and her top deputy, Raj Shah, are both preparing to leave the White House, although it looks like we’re going to get a farewell tour that’s way too goddamn long:
CNN. Ever heard of it? It’s the most trusted name in news, where facts are first, and apples are NOT bananas.
White House special assistant Kelly Sadler reportedly no longer works in the administration, according to CNN, after saying last month that the terminally ill Senator John McCain’s opposition to CIA director Gina Haspel “doesn’t matter, he’s dying anyway.”