Only the best and brightest for Trump means hiring lunatics to run the country.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) responded to former National Security Adviser John Bolton’s book by calling President Donald Trump “ethically unfit and intellectually unprepared to be president.”
He is planning on it being explosive and assumes (not without reason) that it will be a New York Times bestseller.
"He's obviously very frustrated—which surprised all of us who know him"
I don't really care who slams failed former senator, and failed former presidential contender Rick Santorum, as long as it's done, and often.
Lawrence O'Donnell had a few words for the pundits hyperventilating over the "explosive" revelations in Robert Gates' upcoming memoir and the notion that it's the president's job to "trust the generals."
Linda Ronstadt revealed to AARP this month that she "can't sing a note" after a protracted battle with Parkinson's Disease. The 11-time Grammy winner also told the magazine that she uses poles to help her walk on uneven ground and travels with a wheelchair due to the degenerative disease.
Our own John Amato spent some time talking to Ring of Fire's Mike Papantonio this Monday discussing former Vice President Dick Cheney's latest bit of revisionist history. Dick Cheney is back in the headlines and making the cable news rounds
C-SPAN's Book TV's Peter Slen asked publisher Jenn Risko why George W. Bush was doing so well with the sales of his recently published memoir and we got some blather about how relaxed he looks these days and how people are just curious as to what
Dan Bartlett: Bush's Memoir Will Remind Most Americans (Except Those On The Left) Why They Liked Him
More hackery from the set of Morning Joe. Dan Bartlett thinks that the release of Bush's memoir is going to make most Americans, except for those silly leftists of course, remember why they loved Bush so much. Yeah, sure Dan. If that's true why
- 1 of 3