In one of the stupidest statements made this week (!) Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma excused Paul Manafort sharing polling data with a pro-Putin oligarch because the guy was a long-time business associate.
Beth Wilkinson did her best to make Brett Kavanaugh sound like a regular guy. Of course, she had to lie a few times to do it.
He never says "sorry for wasting all that taxpayer money on fake Benghazi investigations," but it's clear he's all out of fks with the Trump White House's "procedures for hiring."
The CNN Panel can't believe what Trent Franks did.
Three words: "reprogrammable meat puppets."
David Gregory and Chris Cillizza wonder aloud why Sean Spicer is such a blatant liar. Chris Cuomo suggests an answer.
Former Congressman and Trump apologist Jack Kingston insists that because Trump is rich, he's not interested in making money from the presidency?
Ezra Klein and Andy Slavitt let CNN know just how bad the Senate Bill is.
Faced with the failure to control Trump's insane Twitter habit, Sebastian Gorka has to tell CNN to ignore the tweets. Really.
Al Franken being Al Franken, showing you NEVER lie to Al Franken.
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