House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Sunday explained that President Donald Trump has a habit of projecting his insecurities about himself onto other people.
How pathetic is it that the only question Sec. of State Mike Pompeo was asked about impeachment while making the rounds on the Sunday shows came from Fox's Chris Wallace and it was in the context of whether impeachment is "emboldening" Trump's enemies?
His attitude is the reason Republicans succeed at unprecedented and destructive obstruction.
Is there a single Republican member of the Senate willing to put their constitutional obligation over party?
Confronted with the very real fact of Trump's shakedown of Ukraine, Mike Pompeo dodges, sweats, and hopes.
Pompeo Invents 'Internal Deliberations' Rule To Claim He Can't Talk About 'Private Citizen' Rudy Giuliani
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo insisted that he could not discuss President Donald Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, who has admitted having a role in talks with Ukraine.
The senator from Texas attempted to dismiss the latest report from The New York Times as just another "smear" from "the far left" against Justice Brett Kavanaugh, rather than defend the fact that the FBI and his committee didn't do their jobs.
So says the woman who was once happily employed by the network that has thrived off of race-baiting and birtherism.
It really seems like this question has been more than amply answered by Trump himself, but in case there was any doubt, Rep. Elijah Cummings, who has spent his entire life fighting for civil rights, answers it directly.
Mercedes Schlapp Tries To Have It Both Ways: Trump 'Stands With' And 'Disagrees With' Racist Chanters
White House spokesperson Mercedes Schlapp on Sunday insisted that Donald Trump "stands with" people who chanted a racist slogan at his rally last week -- although she also claimed that he disagrees with the chant itself.