Last week, much to the consternation of millions, Trump announced that “we’re rounding the corner. We’re rounding the corner on the virus.”
There is no way to determine to the penny how much money Trump has in his campaign war chest, and this is an increasingly pressing issue as the Biden camp rakes in donations and outspends his opponent almost 10 to ...
With his rhetoric laced with venom and accelerant, Trump is on his way to tempest tossed Kenosha, a visit that the governor and mayor of the city have asked him to reconsider.
To get the traditional bump and boost from the GOP national convention Trump, as expected, is resorting to every trick in the book, every tactic and gambit under the sun.
There was no roar of the crowd, no sustained applause from the audience assembled for the virtual Democratic National Convention; still, it commanded enough attention to force Trump to pull another rabbit of distraction from his bottomless reservoir.
As a weatherman, epidemiologist, school master, foreign policy expert, environmentalist, economist and almost any other thing calling for insight and expertise, Trump has been a consistent failure.
Trump’s fumbling incisiveness on the pandemic is but the latest iteration of his ignorance, insensibility and total disconnect from reality.
During a stretch of perfidious months under the Trump administration we have invoked the term incipient fascism when describing the conditions Americans faced, particularly the low-income and those living in communities of color.
At last we have about as close as we will get to a clinical psychological profile of Trump, and ironically it comes from his niece Mary Trump.
Rallying his political base continues to be Trump’s main gambit to stay in office, though he has other rabbits that may be pulled from his heinous hat.
Trump took another more decisive step into the quagmire of white supremacy the other day when he retweeted a video in which a man in a golf cart is seen chanting “white power.” He claimed that he didn’t hear the ...
By now you are aware of Trump’s latest tweet and his misspelling of history, punching it in as “hustory.”
How wonderful to see Trump take a step back on having his rally happen on Juneteenth Day. And it was a surprising delight that his Supreme Court appointee, Neil Gorsuch, joined the liberals in protecting Title VII of the 1964 ...
There’s a precipitous dip in his popularity: according to the latest polls, the streets of America are flooded with marchers, COVID-19 continues to plague some states, the police are once again murdering Black men with impunity, the unemployment picture is ...
Trump’s autocratic, dictatorial tendencies are nothing new for Americans, particularly those who have experienced his wrath firsthand.