Look who claimed to be at the White House right after Trump attacked a reporter for asking him if he was giving aid and comfort to white nationalists.
Democrats had a message. The enemy is your Republican Congressman voting against your healthcare. That message won. But what about Trump?
No one suggested the 2010 midterms were "disappointing" for Republicans and the office-holding numbers for Democrats now are essentially the same. Stop the double standard.
This is meant to be heartwarming: Former President George H. W. Bush voted today, and his spokesman Jim McGrath shared a touching photo of the moment.
Trump is sure to blame Democrats if they have any success on Tuesday. Be ready.
This Fox News segment is as bad as it sounds:
There's something missing in Republicans' closing midterm ad: Trump.
An arrest has been made in Florida in connection with this week's series of mail bombs. Of course, the commenters at Breitbart are already suspicious.
David Brooks finds the Democrats' midterm message deeply disappointing.
I wonder if Michael J. Knowles -- managing editor of alleged #NeverTrumper Ben Shapiro's Daily Wire -- hesitated for a moment before the "publish" button was pushed and his latest piece went live.
Republicans have come together at just the right time. It would be nice if Democrats could learn from their example.
Do we have to wait until this Third World dictator nonsense bears fruit for the GOP? What would happen if we started an economic boycott of the state of Georgia right now?
Kanye West wasn't the only celebrity guest at the White House Thursday.
I'm used to Republicans taking the words of Democrats out of context so they can distort their meaning, but in this case we're talking about a quote that's innocuous even in the short version.
In a conversation posted on the New York Times website, two of the paper's op-ed columnists, Bret Stephens and Gail Collins, agree on one thing: They have no idea what the Democrats' agenda for 2020 is.