Iran's Revolutionary Guard is claiming responsibility for launching ten rockets at U.S. El Asad Airbase in Iraq.
Chuck Todd "left it there" on Meet the Press Sunday when Secretary of State Mike Pompeo lied and said Iranians weren't protesting America even after shouts of "Death to America" rang out in Iran's Parliament earlier.
On Meet the Press, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo waved off any victims of Iranian retaliation as "noise" while claiming the U.S. is safer today after the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.
On AM Joy, Mehdi Hasan rightly called out Donald Trump's selfish motive for assassinating Iran General Qasem Soleimani: He needed a distraction.
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Former Republican and Representative David Jolly went through a litany of Trump's lies to prove none of the claims of this administration can be trusted before issuing a scathing indictment about his competence and character.
It would appear that cable news is happy to repeat it.
In a statement, Speaker Nancy Pelosi made it clear that Congress was not told about the airstrike that killed Qasem Soleimani.
Reporter Cal Perry explains why past presidents chose not to assassinate Qasem Soleimani: the fallout is worse than letting him live.
After militiamen in Iraq tried to besiege the U.S. Embassy in Iraq, Donald Trump took extreme measures. The fallout is expected to be swift and deadly.
A much-anticipated Ukraine visit has been cancelled because of Iraqi reaction to U.S. bombing on the Iraq-Syria border.
Whatever you think about Joe Biden, he is viewed as the biggest threat to Trump and to other Democrats right now. That makes him the prime target for disinformation campaigns.
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Without providing any evidence, Cuccinelli claimed that Grafton Thomas was the "U.S. citizen son of an illegal alien."
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