Senate Republicans Go Through The Motions Of Pretending That They'll Stand Up To Trump On The Budget
It's July, so it's time for Congress to start worrying about the next government shutdown threat from Donald Trump, and time for Republicans to pretend like they'll take a stand against him.
A reporter at Pelosi's press conference Thursday asked her to "respond to Mick Mulvaney's characterization of her comments." She does not have time for that Beltway tit-for-tat.
At today's presser, Speaker Pelosi once again must school a reporter on how to do his job. It's getting tiring.
Stephen Colbert and others think Mulvaney was trying to stop Trump from, you know, incriminating himself again. (Open thread)
The ABC interview with Trump was interrupted when Trump wanted a do-over due to Mick Mulvaney coughing. Stuart Varney thinks that video should not be on the air.
Why would anyone hate hate hate working with Donald Trump?
Acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney continued to defend Trump professing his love for North Korea's brutal dictator, despite the recent news that Kim had members of his negotiating team at a failed summit executed or sent to prison camps.
Acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, when asked about Trump saying he "fell in love" with Kim and whether he's still "in love" with him after he had members of his negotiating team executed or sent to prison camps responds by saying that's just how Trump speaks, and "to have a good working relationship with somebody, with anybody, how is that ever a bad thing?"
After repeatedly denying the story, Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney admits that they did attempt to obscure the USS John McCain during Trump's visit to Japan, which was a very reasonable thing to do.
Trump acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney refuses to hold anyone in their administration accountable for the fiasco where someone made sure Dear Leader didn't have to be annoyed by being subjected to looking at the USS McCain.
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