Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, the guy who recently was upset that university students had heckled him, thinks it’s hilarious that Donald Trump likes to bully journalists and women lawmakers.
President Donald Trump has called for the death penalty for drug dealers. But would that include doctors and pharmaceutical company CEOs?
Whether Donald Trump is trying to distract the nation from his administration’s scandals or he really believes that killing people will solve the country’s drug problems, the idea of imposing a death penalty for drug dealing is un–American. And it needs to be stopped in its tracks.
The Donald Trump Show traveled to Moon Township, PA, on Saturday night in support of Republican state Rep. Rick Saccone ahead of a special congressional election on Tuesday. But as is usually the case with this president, the speech ended up being about Donald Trump and his insane ideas.
Donald Trump reportedly wrote a personal letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin in June 2013 to invite the Russian leader to the Miss Universe Pageant held five months later in Moscow.
Just days after Education Secretary Betsy DeVos complained about the “oversimplification and a mischaracterization” of her position on allowing teachers to carry guns in school, DeVos called for more schools to allow teachers to carry guns in schools.
Former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg appears to be a changed man. It’s funny how six hours of being grilled during grand jury testimony will do that to a person.
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a class–action lawsuit against the U.S. government for separating immigrant parents from their children while the families seek asylum in the country.
Whoever wrote Donald Trump’s half–hour comic speech at Saturday night’s Gridiron Club dinner at a DC hotel ballroom actually managed to deliver some zingers. For the first time in over a year, journalists may even have been laughing with The Donald instead of at him (along with crying).
Florida Republican congressman Matt Gaetz wants the nation’s schools flooded with guns. He’s so excited about it that he even made the claim—which he quickly retracted—that he has experienced coming under fire.
Donald Trump was in the zone on Saturday. With pressure building from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into an array of possible misdeeds by Trump and his inner circle, and with some of his closest advisers abandoning ship, a little humor might be what the president’s doctor ordered. Along with fewer…
Update, Sunday, 4:55 p.m.: Citrus County School District Superintendent Sandra “Sam” Himmel issued the following statement on Sunday:
The U.S. Secret Service responded Saturday to an incident allegedly involving a man who “suffered a self-inflicted gun shot wound” at the White House’s north fence line. White House reporters were shuttled into the basement, where they were “on lockdown,” before being moved into the press briefing room, according to…
President Donald Trump has finally accomplished something noteworthy in his more than 400 days in office: He’s spent 100 days at one of his own golf clubs.
With a society so awash in guns and gun–lobby money, someone was bound to shoot themselves in the foot eventually.
The great dealmaker–in–chief can’t even have a phone conversation with the leader of one of our biggest trading partners without blowing up. And it’s all over his egomaniacal border wall that’s never going to happen anyway.
We could all use a respite from the barrage of gaslighting, grifting, doltishness, and despair that has come to signify the past year in Trumplandia. The question is can we survive until November, when a new memoir by former first lady Michelle Obama will hit bookstores.
Donald Trump Jr., who runs his father’s business, tweets almost as manically as the president, and slams the media and critics anytime Fox News calls him, says he likes the Indian media because they’re polite and don’t ask too many questions.