Weld, Walsh and Sanford wrote a powerful op-ed in the Washington Post arguing that they deserve to challenge Trump in primaries.
At the She The People Summit, Candidate Warren dazzled the audience (and hosts Joy Reid and Aimee Allison) with her response to those who are still smarting from 2016.
In a recorded phone call in August, Donald Trump complained that Bob Woodward didn't reach out to him for an interview before his book was published.
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.
Her words are evergreen.
Paul Ryan tells CNN's Jake Tapper that people shouldn't worry about Donald Trump's threat to round up and deport all of the undocumented immigrants in the United States because it's not going to be their "focus."
Fear has been an oft-used page from the Republican playbook, and is in its primacy in the 2016 campaign.
Gloria Borger interviews Vice President Biden, then joins Chris Cuomo for a round of self-congratulatory nonsense about how effective they were at not reporting on issues.
As powerful as the United States has become, why are so many Republicans afraid of Iran?
I don't know that it's this cut and dried (after all, look how optimistic the neocons were about the results of invading Iraq), but yes, I'd say that on the whole, the conservatives I know seem to be real bedwetters: Political opinions are
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