The only thing we'll see the racist-in-chief do is stoke more of it.
The Wall Street Journal's Gerald Seib tells Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace that Trump "can be and should be" in "a position to lead the conversation" on white nationalism, as though he'll do anything other than stoke it.
Here's one of your "fair and balanced" 2016 presidential debate moderators.
Fox News Sunday Host Chris Wallace on the upcoming presidential debate: "Trump's got an easier challenge because it's all about how he acts, and with Clinton it's about what she's done."
Since the GOP has veered so far to the right, is Fascism now left-wing ideology? Methinks otherwise.
NBC, Meet the Press, Dec. 13, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/12/mtp-panel-pretends-trump-voters-consider
I'm waiting to see how Mitt Romney walks any of this back once the general election begins if he ends up winning the Republican presidential nomination because I don't see how his statements tonight on Social Security and Medicare are going to help
On This Week with George Stephanopoulos, Michelle Malkin tries to claim that the tea party movement is grass roots, and that it's 1993 all over again