Talking about Trump and his kids, Nicolle Wallace says the Republican party "will still either agree with his incitement of an insurrection or are afraid of him. There is no middle."
On Deadline White House, reporter Garrett Haake likened Republicans' devotion to Trump like that of a toxic break-up. Only, the break-up hasn't happened, has it?
To counteract the sure-to-come acquittal of Trump in the Senate, the senator from West Virginia proposed what he thinks is an alternative.
Trump continues to contend his tariff threats to Mexico resulted in a new deal that just doesn't exist.
"Google refused to give the researchers for this report and refused to give the Senate the underlying information about how these videos on YouTube from the Russians spread," Nick Confessore said.
According to the Times, Kushner reportedly gave advice to crown prince Mohammed Bin Salman on how to weather the PR storm after journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered.
It is past time for public interest to take precedence over corporate profit. That means regulating Facebook by enforcing existing laws.
Nichols, who teaches at the War College, has been a lifelong Republican -- but no longer. "Now we are the party of eternal victimhood," he said.
Chris Jansing and her guests discuss the ever-present media problem of how much coverage to give the Tangerine Tyrant, Coral Conspirator, Cheeto Mussolini.
Balance is the key.
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