Democratic strategist Paul Begala had a few words for Trump following his disgusting "permanent separation" event, where he was desperately trying to change the narrative after days of the press showing immigrant children separated from their families.
Begala: Why Doesn't Trump Meet With Families Of People Killed By Right Wing White Nationalist Extremists?
Paul Begala asks a question we all already know the answer to.
Robert Jeffress, another hypocritical Christian snowflake, feels persecuted by those who call him out, like Frank Schaeffer.
Fox contributor Pastor Robert Jeffress responds to criticism of him by Mitt Romney and others for being allowed to deliver remarks at the opening of the new embassy in Jerusalem and pretends his bigoted remarks were "taken out of context."
Don't believe Republicans when they sound reasonable. They inevitably defer to those on their side who aren't.
The Republican Party is the party of Greg Gianforte, who body-slammed a reporter for asking a question. It's the party whose voters have embraced Sheriff David Clarke, who summoned five cops and a police dog to detain a man who literally did nothing but glower at him on an airplane. And it's the party of Donald Trump.
The music at the ball is a dirge for America.
Here's Jim Rutenberg, the man picked to replace David Carr as media critic of The New York Times, with the laziest take imaginable on the subject of Donald Trump.
And they still don't give a damn for the babies. Just the fetuses.
Ted Cruz breaks the irony meter at this Tuesday's GOP Presidential Town Hall on CNN.
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