John Kelly, whose favorite part of serving as Chief of Staff was putting children in cages, has just joined the board of a company operating the largest "shelter" for refugees. It cages children, of course.
Donald Trump's anti-rhetoric has reached new levels of evil and depravity in his latest statement during a visit to the southern border
Fox and Friends' self-professed "woman of faith" Ainsley Earhardt enjoyed a nasty rant at the expense of people already suffering. Way to consider "the least of us," Ainsley.
We're pretty sure Trump isn't smart enough to plan it that way.
"In three weeks we'll see if you still have the same sympathetic questions when you come back," Gutierrez said.
Lou Dobbs and Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) put their heads together to figure out how to spin Trump's disastrous meeting with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. It did not go well for them.
While feigning concern for forgotten Americans, Tucker Carlson exploited the tragedy of a drop in U.S. life expectancy to demonize immigrants and, for extra divisiveness, Obamacare.
"We have a legal structure which allows people to apply for asylum through the customs enforcement wherever and however they enter the country," Laura Leader, founder of All In Together, said.
In a rare and strong rebuke, Chief Justice Roberts pushed back on Trump's criticism of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals after they denied him the right to arrest asylum-seekers who cross the border.
It's refreshing to see news anchors insist on truth. But why is he on in the first place?