"Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough took to Twitter on the seventeenth anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks to wax philosophical about how much worse for America Trump was than the death of 3000 Americans on that fateful day in 2001.
The media can't take their focus off the clash between Trump and McCain over the last few years, and, by the sound of it, you would have nearly thought Trump was almost personally responsible for the late Senator's death.
On Wednesday, in the wake of his controversial (and entirely true) statement about the notoriously violent and sadistic MS-13 gang members being "animals", the President attended a round table discussion in Bethpage, New York on the infamous gang and met with family members of those who had been murdered by MS-13 members.
That "crazy fat kid" in North Korea, as John McCain once affectionately called him, is at it again, after his historic meetings with South Korea president Moon Jae-in at the end of April and a settled date and time for the Trump-Kim meeting had just been established.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton recently spoke with a crowd in Auckland, New Zealand and dropped a bombshell about a decision she almost made after getting taken to the woodshed by American voters in the 2016 election. Speaking at...
The left has been viciously attacking the eccentric pop star, but it's not all due to contempt: they're also afraid--because they know what the impact of Kanye's support for Trump might have.