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."
In The New York Times, Shane Goldmacher writes about Joe Biden's belief that Donald Trump is an aberration in our recent political history.
Sorry James Comey, but William Barr didn't need to spend time with Donald Trump to become who he is now.
Russian mole in the NRA Maria Butina received the maximum sentence and a beatdown from the judge.
At an all-hands meeting, Twitter explained that they can ban ISIS, but not neo-nazis and white supremacists without also catching Republicans in the net.
At least a few people believe that Trumpism is a significant break from pre-Trump Republicanism, and their parallel belief is that the Republican party is doomed. It's not.
So much for Republicans pretending they're the party of law and order.
People who will likely vote for President Porn Star sure are judgmental about a gay candidate.
Alex Witt tried to somehow blame Rep. Omar for the abuse coming at her from the Donald Trump's Republican party, and Zerlina Maxwell was not having it.
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