Trump: Everyone Should Listen To Laura Ingraham Who Said There Was Nothing Wrong With Charlottesville Remarks
Trump tells his friends on his favorite morning show that they should listen to Laura Ingraham who said there was nothing wrong with his racist Charlottesville remarks and denied he was defending Nazis, even though he said there were fine people on "both sides."
Trump wants everyone to take Laura Ingraham's word that he did absolutely nothing wrong when he praised the "very fine people on both sides" at the “Unite the Right” neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville last year.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) on Sunday knocked down the idea that President Donald Trump's so-called travel ban from China had been effective at stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Governor Andrew Cuomo highlighted the efforts of Americans to make masks to protect healthcare workers in contrast to Republican senators threatening to leave New York twisting in the wind.
During a 5-minute statement ripping into national Republicans for playing politics with people's lives, Andrew Cuomo contrasted that with the goodness of ordinary people sending love to New York in the form of a homemade mask.
After Trump spewed his unfettered powers lunacy, Governors like NY State's Andrew Cuomo went on television and bashed him for tearing up the US constitution.
Governor Andrew Cuomo tells Morning Joe that Trump both made himself a "king" and abandoned the Governors to take charge of the coronavirus response. "A total 180."
MSNBC host Joy Reid asserted on Sunday that Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) is now the acting president of the United States for many Americans.
Watching as Governor Cuomo and his brother, CNN's Chris Cuomo, have a hilarious back and forth during Thursday's press conference.
You'd think Trump would love numbers like Cuomo's. The template is right there for him to follow. Given his massive ego, you'd think he'd follow it instinctively. But he won't, which means that something is more important to this raging egomaniac than ego gratification.
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