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?
From day to day, if not from hour to hour, Trump provides a surfeit of ammunition for satirists, cartoonists, novelists, poets, playwrights, politicos and any artist with a penchant to lampoon a character who from moment to moment is like ...
“I misspoke,” Trump said at a White House briefing Tuesday, a day after being snookered by Russian President Vladimir Putin, and now belatedly accepting the findings of his intelligence officials that Russia interfered in the 2016 election.
We watched with trepidation and dismay as the Trump administration slowly began to dismantle every social and economic policy established by President Obama.
There’s a lot of talk nowadays about incivility, and for many it’s a welcomed outrage. No, we’re not talking about a reaction to Trump’s behavior, which would indeed be something to cheer.
We knew it was only a matter of time before Trump would descend to a level of absolutely unconscionable abomination, which he has with detaining children of migrants as hostages in order to get that wall built.
It’s much too early to draw any conclusions from the historic summit between Trump and Kim Jong Un of North Korea.
Is it on or is it off? That is the summit between Trump and Kim Jong-un, or Him and Kim?
We haven’t been asked to join the lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and its secretary Ben Carson, but we would welcome that opportunity.
Now that Trump has dumped the Iran nuclear deal, one of the centerpieces of the Obama administration, he can deal the former president another blow—a more appreciative one—if he moves to pardon the great heavyweight boxing champion Jack Johnson.
It seems like each week there is a different male celebrity accused of sexual harassment and/or sexual assault.
Social media are rampant with various opinions of Kanye West, Michelle Wolf and a coterie of bloggers, all of whom in some way are connected to Trump’s pernicious, bombastic ravings.