It’s the best, no, the biggest — not many people know this, by the way, but some people are saying it’s the greatest Trump Resistance. Have you heard about this? Can you believe that? The biggest Trump resistance. And some people — and trust me, I know a lot of people, okay? — they’re saying that Obama and Hillary just let it happen. But now it’s such a beautiful thing. And it’s gonna be so big. So big. You’re not gonna believe how big it is. But they just let it happen. Sad!
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"Late to Party" Steve Mnuchin Grows a Nut (Just One) and Won't Attend Saudi Arabian Investor Conference
In typical monkey see, monkey do fashion, Steve Mnuchin waited until all other business executives and government officials pulled out of the Ridyah Investor Conference before deciding that maybe the United States of America doesn't need to give credence to a murderous, authoritiarian regime.
Either the Department of Homeland Security deliberately lied to the American public, or they're just extremely fucking confused about what "centralized" in "centralized database" means. Take your pick.
Let he who demands loyalty while never giving any cast the first stone. (And let's give a big shout out to our main star, Don McGahn, who apparently possesses an ounce of dignity/self-preservation. So great. So, so great. Isn't he great?)
Even though Dear Leader's lawyers have been telling him for two years that he can't just say whatever he wants, whenever he wants, this was probably still a really big surprise to him and we should all feel bad for him. /s
J. Steven Hart, the prominent lobbyist whose wife rented a condominium to EPA Administrator, Scott Pruitt, lobbied the agency while Pruitt was leading it - contrary to his and Pruitt’s public denials that he had any business before the agency.
The self-titled "Toughest on Russia" Trump administration eased sanctions on Russian aluminum producer Rusal and said it would consider lifting them altogether.
Like any good captain, Paul Ryan foresees the collision he's steering into, and jumps ship to leave you all to deal with it.
FBI Raid on Cohen Seeks Records Related to TWO Pornstar Payments, Trump Considering Firing Rosenstein (Again)
The F.B.I. agents who raided the office of President Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, were looking for records about payments to two women who claim they had affairs with Trump as well as information related to the role of the publisher of The National Enquirer in silencing one of the women.
Head of EPA, Scott Pruit, wouldn't need so much security if it weren't for those pesky "death threats," which, to the laymen in the room, is also known as the price of being an asshole. (Price is a word which here means three million dollars to taxpayers, and counting.)
Abusing the power and prestige of the Presidency, Donald Trump took a whole month and waited to be aboard Air Force One before denying knowing anything about the $130,000 payment paid to one of his mistresses by his lawyer, Michael Cohen.
John Dowd, lawyer for president Donald Trump, broached the idea of Trump pardoning two of his former top advisers, Michael T. Flynn and Paul Manafort, with their lawyers last year, according to three people with knowledge of the discussions.
When esteemed British intelligence officer Christopher Steele quit his job at MI6 in 2008 to launch his own private intelligence business, little did he know that Donald Trump’s name would begin appearing in his intel as early as 2011.
The bank used by President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer to wire $130,000 to a former adult-film actress flagged the transaction as suspicious and reported it to the Treasury Department, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Rick Gates, former top adviser to Donald J. Trump’s presidential campaign, pleads guilty to financial fraud and lying to investigators and agrees to cooperate with the special counsel inquiry into Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. election.
Meet Chef Geoffrey Zakarian, the second unsung hero to stand up to Donald Trump's theatrics and choose morals over money. Pay attention, Republicans.
In a world where corporate morals are amiss while complacency runs amok, the FAA stepped up their game with a beautiful, symbolic gesture in response to Trump's racist remarks re: Mexicans.
Some people are saying that corporations are nice and all - I guess, we'll have to see - but those forgotten, unsung heroes, those are the truly beautiful people. Meet José Andrés.
It took 700,000 signatures on an online petition, but Macy's is next in line as the third company to sever business ties with Donald Trump over his verbal attacks on Mexican immigrants.
Citing Trump's derogatory statements about Mexicans, NBC said in a statement that it was ending its business relationship with him and would no longer air the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants.
In a shocking development, the so-called "billionaire" learns that he can't just admonish entire groups of people without any repercussions. Nobody knew.
Step #1 to Make America Great Again, in typical "do-as-I-say-and-not-as-I-do" fashion: Use a song written by a Canadian when announcing your presidential candidacy.
Curated videos from around the web to take respite from Donald's daily deluge of diabolical deeds.
Despite Donald Trump's transparent attempts at fabricating a misleading narrative, Stephen Colbert is here to remind us that nobody is calling it "Spygate", we've already had two "Spygates," and "Spygate" doesn't even make any sense.
On April 26, 2018, Donald Trump gave a rambling, bat-shit crazy, 30-minute long telephone interview to Fox & Friends. Here are the time-stamped highlights (which include multiple awkward glances between the hosts and one mysterious background producer whispering "Jesus Christ").
In this segment, Trevor Noah details how even Trump's own Pentagon thinks a military parade would be absurd.
Are you completely and utterly shell-shocked at the underwhelming nature of Nunes' memo? Well, you're not alone.
For somebody who loves to whine and moan about "conflicts of interest," Donald Trump somehow has no problem whatsoever with paying the legal fees of witnesses being questioned in the investigations against him.
Despite shady Russian ties dating back to 2013 and a pre-campaign federal investigation, the Nunes memo is expected to focus on Carter Page. Rachel Maddow explains why that's probably not the best strategy.
After setting the mood by entering to "Rockin' in the Free World", Donald Trump did what any aspiring, rock-loving, liberal-promoting, anti-poverty person would do: He denounced an entire group of people as thugs and criminals.
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