Fox's Sean Hannity did his best to aid and abet Trump and his dream of being a dictator this Monday when he urged him to invoke the Insurrection Act if rioting continues in cities across the country.
Sean Hannity urges Trump to use the United States military against its citizens in cities where there is rioting across the country.
“There is so much to say here—some of it complicated, much of it all too clear—or, you know, you could just go on TV, open up your mouth, and let this sh*t fall out,” Oliver said.
The number of attacks and arrests by police on journalists has been shocking, at least until you remember that Donald Trump has been fueling the fires and signaling approval for the past 3 1/2 years.
A new play seeks to fill in the blanks in the storytelling surrounding the 1967 Detroit Rebellion - with the voices of Black women targeted and arrested in the uprising.
Venezuela isn't the only country learning that there are only so many ways to democratically deal with authoritarian presidents.
The civility tone police are out again.
UVA's Larry Sabato gives CNN's Brian Stelter his two cents on what Trump should do if he actually cared about the good of the country and not just his racist base.
Director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia Larry Sabato tells CNN's Brian Stelter that if Trump "wants do something and to help us and everybody else, let him fire all the white nationalists on his staff starting with Steve Bannon."
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker did his best to downplay racial tensions and issues with police accountability as the cause for the rioting in Milwaukee over the weekend.
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