Someone forgot to tell Huckabee and his buddies over on Fox.
Fox contributor and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, who constantly played fast and loose with birther allegations and asked to see President Obama's college transcripts, has now decided it's not fair to "delegitimize the duly elected President of the United States."
Amateur president Donald Trump finally broke his silence after unleashing conspiratorial claims on Twitter in which he accused Barack Obama of wiretapping his phones before the election.
Let's just hope he doesn't wake up one morning in a snit and decide to start a real war to make himself feel better.
Former DNI Director James Clapper tells Meet the Press host Chuck Todd that "...for the part of the national security apparatus that I oversaw as DNI, there was no such wiretap activity mounted against-- the President-Elect at the time, or against the candidate, or against his campaign."
Radio host Mark Levin, who sent President Donald Trump into a rage on Twitter after floating a conspiracy theory about wiretaps ordered by President Barack Obama, admitted on Sunday that he had no concrete proof that the former president was involved.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi slams Trump for his unsubstantiated accusations that the Obama administration ordered the phones to be tapped at Trump Towers on CNN's State of the Union.
When will Republicans finally decide it's not worth defending Trump?
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi lays out the stark contrast between what President Obama managed to accomplish during his first month in office compared to the fearmongering and division we've seen from Trump.
Before there was "fake news," there was the Tea Party.
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