After dissing the dead soldiers in Paris, skipping a peace forum and blaming state authorities in California for the spreading wildfires, Trump is now back to national politics and the ongoing recounts in undecided midterm elections.
The midterm election has come and gone and if there’s one undeniable fact, Trump will be vigorously opposed by the House, and two key Black Democrats may play a decisive role in the challenging of his negative agenda, his reactionary ...
When it comes to placing the blame for the nation’s growing division, the rise of reactionary, right wing ideology and violence, the spate of pipe bombs delivered to prominent Americans and the recent tragedy in Pittsburgh, Trump, rather than pointing ...
Now that Trump has his Supreme Court justice seated, several other ordeals are on his agenda.
Another disturbing, unsettling week in the White House? You bet.
Now that Trump has his man in place to protect any possible move to impeach him, his focus is back on his chief nemesis—angry protesters.
With decorum and credibility hot button words in the age of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, it was interesting to hear his mentor take back the spotlight during a news conference at the Rose Garden Monday.
"This is just another instance of his blather, another moment to command the bully pulpit and spout off about something he knows nothing about and for which he has expressed not an iota of sensitivity."
During an interview Tuesday, Trump asserted, “I don’t have an attorney general. It’s very sad.”
We promised that we would get back to Bob Woodward’s book “Fear: Trump in the White House” after giving it a closer look.
Trump the tyrant, in chastising Attorney General Jeff Sessions—as well as calling him a traitor, according to Bob Woodward’s new book—has launched another way to interfere in the democratic political process.
In a speech Tuesday before an assembly of evangelicals, Trump said that if Democrats win the November midterm elections there “will be violence.”
For more than 80 editorials we have demanded the removal of Donald Trump from office. We gladly surrender the space this week to Gov. Cuomo, who not only touches on our theme but extends it most passionately.
We were surprised to learn a day or so ago that Trump had a star on the Walk of Fame in West Hollywood.
President Trump, what’s your response to Kirstjen Nielsen, your Homeland Security secretary and her very firm position that there was definitely Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election?