Of all people, Neil Cavuto of Fox News reminded his viewers of THE PAST. Trump's new line that Mexico would pay for the wall through trade deals, prompted Neil Cavuto to cut him up.
Trump said he didn't know anything about Manafort sharing polling data with Russians, but he's used that excuse many times and many times he's been caught lying. He has a tell.
Trump finally addresses his campaign promise that Mexico would pay for the wall by lying about his past statements.
Listen up, Fox News Zombies: Napolitano drove a nail in the "No Collusion!" nonsense. The legal term is conspiracy, and the evidence is there.
The sucking sound you heard on your television speakers was the sound all of America heard when they tuned in to hear Trump read a teleprompter through his nostrils.
MSNBC's Hallie Jackson refused to be a media stooge while interviewing VP Mike Pence, calling him out twice when he tried to defend one Trump lie and peddle another during an interview Tuesday.
The newly elected Democratic Socialist breaks the conservative filter through which mainstream media would view her.
Trump shut down the federal government because he couldn't take being criticized by Rush Limbaugh so there's no need for major TV networks to air his grievances about it.
As usual, Democratic Party is tasked with always being forced to it act like the real adults in government, while Republicans can do what they like.
The kings of presidential fluffers were upset that CBS' 60 Minutes didn't pummel newly-elected Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
A lie is never too old for Trump to tell the press.
After Trump reneged on Mitch McConnell's deal to keep govt open, he's not doing anything unless Trump goes public with approval.
This is real conservative bias in the news.
The new GOP minority leader almost starting crying about Rashida Tlaib's comments about Trump until a reporter reminded him of Trump's incivility.
Donald Trump couldn't handle not being in the spotlight after Rep. Nancy Pelosi was sworn in as the new Speaker so he hastily threw together a PR stunt billed as a White House press briefing.