I think the rich assume they're bulletproof now. They think they'll maintain their ability to hoard all the nice stuff even if the rest of America (or the world) burns. And I wish I believed they were wrong about that.
Bill Maher Mocks Trump's Incoherent Border Wall Babbling: 'I Can't Tell Where The Lies End And The Dementia Begins'
Real Time host Bill Maher took a swipe at Trump's incoherent babbling on the border wall during a recent interview with The New York Times.
Real Time host Bill Maher takes a swipe at Trump's incoherent babbling on his border wall during an interview with The New York Times during his opening monologue.
The MSNBC host declared "The brainwashing is working" in describing the NYT coverage of Trump's response to his Intelligence Community's Worldwide Threat Assessment report.
The New York Times' Russ Buettner and Maggie Haberman paint an unflattering portrait of Trump, but the story appears under an aggrandizing headline, and with a photo Trump himself might have chosen.
The only opinion that matters to Republican officeholders is the opinion of the GOP voting bloc, and they aren't going anywhere. They still love Trump.
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.
The problem with Mark Leibovich's New York Times Magazine feature on Paul Ryan is that it focuses almost exclusively on Ryan as a victim of a force beyond his control -- Donald Trump -- and downplays Ryan's own agency.
Fox & Friends’ host Pete Hegseth’s untruthful accusation that The New York Times did not report on a story about the capture of key ISIS leaders proves he’s just as unethical a news host as he has been a husband and manager.
In The New York Times, Michelle Goldberg urges former Trump appointees to go public with the truth about the White House.
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