Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter discusses what has basically become the merger of the Trump administration and state-run TV, a.k.a. Fox "News."
Chuck Todd pretends not to understand the unprecedented amount of obstruction for the sake of obstruction that went on during President Obama's time in office during an interview with Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin on this Sunday's Meet the Press.
I don't remember Huckabee ever calling those "very fine people" Charlottesville terrorists.
Here's the latest conspiracy theory about the "deep state" that is supposedly out to get Donald Trump over on state-run TV.
Fox Tells Maxine Waters To 'Calm It Down' After She Brushes Off Death Threats And Vows To 'Impeach 45'
The network that constantly demonizes Maxine Waters now wants her to "calm it down" after she stood up to those making death threats against her this week.
If there's one thing the corporate media loves to do, it's bash the left wing of the Democratic Party.
Conway wants us to believe an administration that calls reporters the "enemy of the people" cares whether or not they're murdered.
"Terror babies" Gohmert thought he could filibuster and bully his way through his time during a House Judiciary Committee hearing with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein yesterday, and wound up failing miserably when Rosenstein was finally given a chance to respond.
This is what is supposed to pass for an apology on Fox.
See how totally not-racist these Trumpsters are?
CNN regular Ana Navarro reacts to White House spokes-liar Sarah Huckabee-Sanders' whining about being kicked out of a D.C. restaurant.
Fox's "Judge" Jeanine Pirro served up a heaping helping of deflection, projection and outright lies about Trump's cruel immigration policies during her "opening statement" this Saturday.
Democratic strategist Paul Begala had a few words for Trump following his disgusting "permanent separation" event, where he was desperately trying to change the narrative after days of the press showing immigrant children separated from their families.
To no one's surprise, many of the young Trump administration staffers are having a bit of trouble socializing in Washington D.C.
Someone wants another blank check to use military force against the North Koreans.