White House correspondents are notorious for being stenographers and lapdogs, but Jennifer Rubin isn't having it on Trump's Taliban debacle.
White House Correspondents are notorious stenographing lapdogs for Republican presidents.
In a devastating condemnation of the party to which she once belonged, the columnist argued for burning the GOP to the ground in the AM Joy panel discussion.
Jennifer Rubin is furious at how easily the despicable ex-members of the Trump administration seem to walk away unscathed, getting jobs at renowned universities and dancing on TV shows.
MSNBC's Joy Reid and her panel, Dean Obeidallah, Jennifer Rubin and Karine Jean-Pierre discuss whether Democrats should impeach Trump or not.
The problem isn't Trump -- it's the entire Republican Party. The rot is just too deep.
Right wing commentator George Will lamely defends Republicans refusal to do anything about racist Rep. Steve King and calls it "unfair" when Joy Reid compares his comments to those of newly elected Mississippi Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith.
Conservative Republican thinks it's unfair to call Cindy Hyde Smith a racist, and that it's untrue that Steve King holds power. Joy Reid and Jennifer Rubin explain reality to him.
Conservative Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin predicted over the weekend that Donald Trump will resign 10 minutes earlier than planned, giving Vice President Mike Pence the opportunity to pardon him.
The AMJoy panel posits that Brett Kavanaugh's anger helped boost his failing nomination.
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