Gayle Trotter is super mad that mainstream media isn't giving Trump more credit for the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.
"Is Trump in Putin's party or is Putin in Trump's party?" Chris Matthews said.
The political press corps may have hit peak impeachment failure on Sunday when Meet the Press host Chuck Todd introduced a segment in which voters from a toss-up district in Michigan were interviewed about the House proceedings against Donald Trump.
Poised to pass two articles of impeachment in the full House this week, Democrats have remained extraordinarily united throughout the process, yet press coverage in recent days has suggested that Democrats are in a state of disarray, a favorite fallback position for much of the Beltway media.
U.S. lawmakers and military commanders believed the more they spent on schools, bridges, canals and other civil-works projects, the faster security would improve. They were wrong.
It's been a long time coming.
While countering Republicans' and the Washington Post's joint efforts to force the whistle-blower's identity, Rep. Jackie Speier served an ace right down the line.
He can cancel the papers, but he can't cancel everyone's personal online subscriptions.
Three out of ten Republicans now support the impeachment inquiry, a new Washington Post national poll shows.
Promised military aid was put on hold as Trump tried to coerce Ukraine's president into helping him rig the election.
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