"There's lots of people who compartmentalize and say, gosh, I really don't like that stuff he's doing on Twitter and all the rest, but I like my -- you know, I like my tax cuts or I like how the economy's going..." -- David Gregory
Call the waaahmbulance.
Twitter has lots to say to Brit Hume about parsing the "technical" definition of racism.
"The cowardice I’m seeing Republicans not speaking out" against Trump's racism Is "petrifying."
"Time to move on from his conception of America."
A visibly emotional Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez grieves for the country that still has Donald Trump as so-called president.
Rep. Ayanna Pressley asks Treasury Secretary Mnuchin about the Harriet Tubman Twenty and he's delayed it until 2028 because he can. (Also Trump's racist base wants it that way.)
"Above The Law" editor Elie Mystal is not going to pretend that the accusation of racism is worse than actual racism.
Let's not beat around the Soros bush, shall we? And this is a Republican problem.