Kasie Hunt helped too, but Bret Stephens saying that Joe and Jane Citizen don't care about the crimes Trump commits won the "Hack of the Day" award.
"It would be a profound mistake for the president of the United States to overturn American immigration law with the stroke of a pen." -- Mike Pence, talking about President Barack Obama in 2014.
In a conversation posted on the New York Times website, two of the paper's op-ed columnists, Bret Stephens and Gail Collins, agree on one thing: They have no idea what the Democrats' agenda for 2020 is.
Thompson and Irin Carmon have a thing or two to say about which sons and men trump is actually concerned about.
Stephanie Ruhle asks them to respond to trump's sympathy for the men.
"You associate with someone who is a racist and you get the taint of being a racist as well," she told panelists.
Hannity's got that conservative "welfare for me but not for you" mentality!
Bret Stephens, victim of a fairly recent lynching in which he wasn't actually lynched, writes in defense of Kevin Williamson from his still-comfy perch at The New York Times.
Former Wall Street Journal op-ed writer and Fox contributor Bret Stephens bemoans Fox kicking off all of the Trump critics of their network once it became clear that Trump was going to be the GOP presidential nominee, ignoring the fact that the network was rotten to the core long before Trump.
It's almost as if the Times hired Bret Stephens as a stereotype...of an elite.
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