Trump's acting Chief of Staff, Mick Mulvaney, wants us all to believe Trump is "prepping for his next meeting" instead of screwing off watching Fox and attacking people on Twitter during his extensive amount of "executive time."
Sen. Sherrod Brown had to set Todd straight on the issue during an interview on this Sunday's Meet the Press.
Tom Brokaw has some thoughts about intermarriage and "brown grandbabies" and I don't know where to start
Ted Cruz Refuses To Answer Whether He'll Support Steve King In The Future Following White Supremacist Remarks
Meet the Press host Chuck Todd allowed Texas Sen. Ted Cruz to skate when he asked him whether or not he'd support Rep. Steve King in the future following his remarks about white supremacy.
Mick Mulvaney Cites 'Taking A Concrete Wall Off The Table' When Asked What Trump Is Willing To Offer Democrats
Apparently his boss accepting reality and conceding that there isn't going to be a concrete wall built across the entire border with Mexico was the only concession his acting chief of staff could come up with when asked what Trump was willing to offer Democrats in negotiations.
"Legislate, don't investigate" says the senator whose party led the Clinton impeachment, Benghazi, Fast & Furious, IRS and countless other witch hunts.
Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso refused to admit to Meet the Press host Chuck Todd that it just might be a problem to have a president compromised by the Russians.
SNL's Michael Che: American Border Agents Gave Migrants 'A Fun Preview Of What It's Like To Be A Minority In America'
Saturday Night Live's Colin Jost and Michael Che took on Trump's choice of legal counsel and more during their Weekend Update segment.
Meet the Press host Chuck Todd couldn't be bothered to ask Utah Sen. Mike Lee whether or not the Senate was going to do their oversight duties along with the House and look into Trump's financial ties to the Saudis.
Just like clockwork, you can count on Chuck Todd to ask Democrats about rolling over for Republicans in a manner he'd never expect their counterparts to agree to.