"It's like Trump's trying to give his rose away as The Bachelor," Colbert sniped.
Republican senators have cast their lot with Trump, and they're not budging.
California Republicans had to come up with some way to explain their record losses.
According to the Times, Kushner reportedly gave advice to crown prince Mohammed Bin Salman on how to weather the PR storm after journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered.
David Corn explains why Trump is nowhere near cleared on charges of collusion.
"By lying and covering up about his past on the eve of the election and violating the laws designed to create transparency, they say that President Trump clouded the process for the American voters," Barbara McQuade said.
Cohen told Robert Mueller of more contacts between the Trump campaign and Russians than were previously known.
Our boy is tweet, tweet, tweeting away this morning about Fake News! and Witch Hunts! and Mueller conflicts!
That's the scoop out of the White House this morning.
The legal analyst says Trump should be worried about the redactions in the Cohen memo
Proving once again that Republicans don't care about democracy -- they only care about power.
The investigation centers around missing absentee ballots.
"Even the Fox & Friends weren't buying it," Colbert said of the alleged tariff deal with China.
"Have Donald Trump and Trumpism and fanatical Trump voters so unbalanced the United States of America that the law does no longer apply to the president of the United States?" he asked.
The women of Saturday Night Live know exactly what they want.