Conservative Author Slams Trump's Hypocrisy After Reports That He Uses Unsecured Personal Cellphone for Top Secret Calls
From the time President Donald Trump first announced his candidacy, he and his followers have used Hillary Clinton as a rallying point. Three years after the election, Trump's MAGA rallies and followers still trot out chants of "Lock her up" and similar rhetoric online.
But conservative commentator, consultant, editorialist, lecturer and military historian Max Boot has had it with the deflection to former Secretary of State Clinton. In a new OpEd in The Washington Post, Boot states in no uncertain terms that Trump, his associates and his acolytes in the GOP need to knock it off.
Turns Out Nikki Haley E-Mailed 'Confidential' Material Over Unsecured Device While Working at the White House
The Republican Party—or more specifically the Trump White House—is being called out again for hypocrisy. Members of the administration of President Donald Trump used unsecured devices, private servers and even public social media channels to conduct official government business.
However throughout the Trump 2016 presidential campaign, allegations against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton abounded regarding similar activity. Chants of "lock her up" over emails that were thoroughly investigated by a Republican led Congress and several federal agencies were prevalent during Trump MAGA rallies and still pop up today.
Chuck Todd Calls Out Republican Senator for Raising Prospect of Impeaching Hillary Clinton Before the 2016 Election
After last week's first public hearings in the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump, Republicans just can't see to shake the Ukraine scandal.
The Trump administration withheld crucial congressionally-approved military aid from Ukraine in exchange for a public investigation of Trump's political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden.
Donald Trump Went After Former Ukraine Ambassador on Twitter as She Testified, and Hillary Clinton Just Called Him Out
Friday morning, during the second day of public impeachment hearings, Former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch -- whom Donald Trump recalled after a concerted smear campaign by Rudy Giuliani and his associates -- testified in front of the Intelligence Committee.
About an hour into Yovanovitch's testimony, during which she expressed her feeling "threatened" by Donald Trump's comments to the Ukrainian President that she was "going through some things," Trump took to Twitter to try to counter her testimony, saying:
Hillary Clinton Mocks Trump's Letter to Turkish President With Fake 1962 Letter From Kennedy to Khrushchev 'Found in the Archives'
Former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton may not tweet nearly as often as President Donald Trump, but her ability to troll the President on the site remains unmatched.
Her latest troll comes after Trump's bizarre letter to Turkish President Recep Erdogan in which Trump warned Erdogan not to be a "fool" or a "tough guy," then compared him to the devil if he didn't invade Northern Syria in a "humane" way.
Learning nothing from the drubbing Donald Trump Jr. received Monday on Twitter after asking former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to run for President again in 2020, Donald Trump Sr. decided to do the same on Tuesday.
Based on a report by conservative media outlet Rasmussen Reports showing Trump Sr. and the candidate that won the popular vote in 2016, Hillary Clinton, in a dead heat for 2020, President Donald Trump tweeted:
Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Roast Rudy Giuliani on Twitter After He Complained the Clintons Are Unfairly 'Protected and Immune'
Hardly anyone is surprised that—as support for President Donald Trump's impeachment builds—that Trump and his allies are scrambling to distract from revelations that Trump urged Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate Trump's potential 2020 Democratic opponent Vice President Joe Biden.
Naturally, they're pointing fingers at an all-too-familiar target: Trump's 2016 rival and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.