It’s not a surprise that Pirro and Trump should behave so disreputably. But what’s Fox News’ excuse for allowing it to happen?
Donald Trump didn't start the rot in the Republican Party. He's just another inevitable extension of it.
The Washington Post's Rachael Bade tells CNN's John King that Republicans "aren't worried about setting a precedent" with their complete failure to do any oversight of the Trump administration and says this "speaks to how much Trump has changed this party."
First Amendment rights are irrelevant when one's right to be racist are infringed upon. Or is it really a service to Donald Trump, who hates the Washington Post and Jeff Bezos?
Instead of owning up to a possible mistake, Carlson attacked CNN and The Washington Post for fact checking.
He also tells Alisyn Camerota he doesn't believe CNN is a credible source for that information.
Junior is obviously a star because being linked to pro-Russia is a badge of honor on the right.
A very envious Donald Trump wants an Executive Order to personally punish Amazon's CEO and the USPS. Meanwhile, his 'job creator' Republican Party is silent on this dangerous trend towards dictatorial rule.
Retired Lt. Col. Ralph Peters has written an editorial in The Washington Post further explaining why Fox News’ pro-Trump propaganda gave him “no choice but to leave.”
The New York Times has hired conservative (but anti-Trump) ex-Wall Street Journal opinion writers Bret Stephens and Bari Weiss, and now The Washington Post has responded in kind.