Republicans supporting Trump spin yet another conspiracy theory to undermine Cohen's testimony. Meeting with Adam Schiff staffers is not "illegal." Running to the White House with intel is likely obstruction of justice, however. (Looking at you, Devin Nunes.)
Trump is turning the US into a penny pinching nation while strong arming our closest allies like a loan shark collector. Maybe they should charge us RENT for the training grounds they provide for our troops?
Like Trump, who refused to have an accounting of his conversations with Putin, Kushner may have done the same thing with the Saudis.
Trump's former Chief of Staff told Duke University that Trump's fake "national emergency" may not get through Congress, and that he was grateful for our court system.
Andrew Napolitano made clear that Michael Cohen was credible when he testified against Trump because he backed up his testimony with documents
It's ludicrous that Glenn Beck would applaud Trump for being "manly" when Donald is still being investigated for over a dozen counts of sexual assault.
Trump tweeted fake outrage over anti-Semitism by Democrats, but it doesn't hide his love fest with white supremacists around the globe.
Chris Christie makes a fool of himself by declaring white nationalists cheering at CPAC for John McCain's death is just like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez' revolutionary thinking. It is myopic, even for him.
Maggie Haberman tried to make the case it was plausible Trump had no idea why he was signing $35,000 dollar checks to reimburse Michael Cohen. Alisyn Camerota called out her claims as absurd.
To Conservatives, endlessly investigating Democrats is just and good, but when it comes to Republicans, it's called abuse.
Of all the destructive things Trump has done to American politics, trying to sell nuclear technology to the Saudis is whack.
Attacking basic labor regulations that benefit the working class, Michael Goodwin and Brian Kilmeade whined like babies.
Presidential hopeful, Washington Governor Jay Inslee easily explained the aspirations of the Green New Deal, batting away McCain's nonsensical fear-mongering propaganda.
Kellyanne Conway's husband went there. Trump's partisan interference with the AT&T Time Warner merger is grounds for impeachment.
On Fox Business, Jeff Ballabon either ignores, forgets or has been mind-wiped of Trump's support from white supremacists like David Duke, or Donald's words of praise for the "good people" among neo-Nazis.