Why anyone thinks a guy who used to be a loyal voter in the Senate for his home state's banking interests is in the strongest position to run as an economic populist is a question no one has adequately answered.
Senator-elect Mitt Romney put an op-ed in the Washington Post on New Year's Day announcing that he approves of all Trump's policy and judicial decisions, but damn, he wishes Trump would put a veneer on his sh*t sandwiches.
In a (mostly insane) interview with the Washington Post, the head of Liberty University condemned the idea that we are a Christian nation, said he will never abandon Trump, and admires his business acumen.
Because for some reason people still think #MeToo is cause for mockery.
Donald Trump's interview with the Washington Post's Phil Rucker and Josh Dawsey was a piece of performance art, particularly the dance he did on climate change.
Martha McSally "conceded gracefully" but Stacey Abrams didn't? Shut up. McSally did not have a vote-suppressing Secretary of State Brian Kemp running against her, but that did not stop Rich Lowry from making the comparison.
As right-wingers ramp up the rhetoric and the hyperbole, three words echo through the universe: Merrick Effing Garland.
"...Americans should know that there are adults in the room. We fully recognize what is happening. And we are trying to do what’s right even when Donald Trump won’t," writes an anonymous "high ranking official" in Trump's White House.
The question at the heart of Chuck Schumer's long-shot plan to block Trump's SCOTUS nominee.
Kasie Hunt and her panel, Washington Post opinion writers, Meghan McCain -- all of it. Shove your bogus calls for civility.
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