Democratic strategist Joel Payne, who is black, often braves the televised cesspool that is Fox News as a guest contributor. On Sunday, Payne appeared on Fox & Friends to debate the subject of racism in the Trump administration with the president’s former deputy campaign manager and current Fox News contributor David…
I know, I know—it’s Friday, you want to kick back and take it easy; you don’t want to think about Trump staffers’ genitals. But trust me on this one: Today’s Politico Magazine piece about the woes of being a young Trump staffer in Washington, DC is worth it. Take my hand, and join me in Hell. Drink full and descend:
Just when you thought that Fox & Friends couldn’t spell out their xenophobic stance any more clearly, here they are with another vile and heartless clip, days after straight-up selling White House lies.
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.
The Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” family separation policy has resulted in almost 2,000 children being taken from their families in less than two months.
Mick Mulvaney doesn’t want his own job to exist, and has readily said so. On Wednesday, Mulvaney, who serves as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s acting director, fired his 25-member advisory board en masse, honoring his commitment to dismantling the bureau from the inside.
Immigration officials have been posting flyers at detention centers across the country directing parents to call a hotline if they happen to become separated from their kids.
It has been just over two months since John Bolton was appointed to the Trump administration as national security adviser and, against all odds, we have not been eviscerated Terminator 2-style in a nuclear war, our skeletal paws clinging to our iPhones as the cleansing fire erases us all. But despite Bolton not yet…
Hey, Melania: Your communications director might be cyberbullying reporter April Ryan. Maybe you should tell her to #BeBest.
A sinkhole that some on the internet have referred to as a “hellmouth” has developed in front the White House and is reportedly “growing larger by the day.”
During an already hell-day of news, Gina Haspel was sworn in on Monday as the new director of the Central Intelligence Agency, making her the first woman to hold the post. Slay, mama!
Today, May 21, 2018, is President Donald Trump’s 487th day in office, marking the first one-third of his first term in office down. This seems wrong, given that Trump has already been in office for 1,200 years.
Rex Tillerson. Remember him? The man who served under Donald Trump for over a year, who has been widely termed “the worst secretaries of State in modern history”? On Wednesday Tillerson gave a commencement speech at the Virginia Military Institute in which he warned of a “growing crisis in ethics and integrity.”
Like almost everyone else in the Trump administration, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has been caught once again doing the exact opposite of “draining the swamp.”
Despite multiple court rulings that have blocked efforts by the Trump administration to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, several DACA recipients remain nervous about renewing their status, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The Trump administration has rolled back yet another policy directive set by former President Barack Obama, this time involving protections for transgender prison inmates.
The White House announced today that Rear Adm. Tim Ziemer, who sat on the National Security Council and was the senior director for global health security and biothreats, left the Trump administration on Tuesday, and HuffPost reports that Ziemer’s office doesn’t exist anymore, with his staff being rerouted to other…
Remember Tom Price? That disgraced-preacher-lookin’, Disney turtle fella who used to Trump’s secretary of Health and Human Services but resigned because he took flights on a whole slew of taxpayer-funded private jets? He comes roaring back into our collective consciousness today, rising from the nether-regions of…
As is the case with almost all Trump-era stories, the panic over John Bolton’s appointment to the Trump administration has ebbed away. That particular fear was neatly filed away into the bulging drawer of the million other desperately terrible things we have to worry about right now, any one of which is sufficient to…