After Trump Boasts He's Done 'the Most of Any President' Joe Scarborough Savagely Lists All the Records Trump Has Broken
Former Republican Congressman and current host of MSNBC's Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough, left the Republican party in July of 2017—around six months after the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
Since then, he's used his show to call out the President's (16,000+ and counting) lies—and Tuesday night was no different.
Fox News Panel Laughed and Cut Away from Trump Rally After Trump Seemed to Have a Psychic Break on Stage
After weeks of enduring the impeachment trial against him in the Senate, President Donald Trump was likely grateful to be in a venue filled with people willing to praise him.
The President spoke at a rally in Wildwood, New Jersey, but at multiple points during the speech, his words got ahead of his thoughts.
At one point, Fox News—which was covering the event—decided to cut away, amid stifled laughter from the hosts.
Donald Trump's Former Chief of Staff Just Threw Trump Under the Bus Over John Bolton's Ukraine Funding Bombshell
Retired General John Kelly served as President Donald Trump's Chief of Staff until late 2018, and now he's siding against Trump on a crucial point.
Former National Security Advisor John Bolton's allegations in his upcoming memoir have rocked the impeachment trial in the Senate. Bolton claims Trump sought to withhold aid from Ukraine until it acquiesced to performing politically beneficial investigations for Trump's reelection bid.
Rudy Giuliani Manically Texted Reporter Overnight With Bonkers Theory for Why Democrats Don't Want Him to Testify in Senate Trial
As calls continue to grow for former National Security Advisor John Bolton to testify before the Senate in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani is feeling left out.
Demands for Bolton's testimony skyrocketed among the public after allegations in his upcoming memoir that Trump sought to withhold Ukrainian aid as late as September to secure foreign investigations into Trump's political rivals.
Conservative Congressman Slams Trump for Lying 'Twice in One Short Tweet' About Impeachment, and People Are Here for It
Congressman Justin Amash (I-MI) left the Republican Party in July of last year after frustration with its enabling of President Donald Trump.
Amash is at it again after Trump tried to dismiss new allegations by former National Security Advisor John Bolton, who wrote in a manuscript of his upcoming memoir that Trump sought to withhold congressionally approved aid from Ukraine until its President announced investigations into the Bidens.
'I Left the GOP' Trends as People Share Why They Left the Republican Party, and There's a Common Thread
After three years in office, President Donald Trump's average approval rating has never risen above 50 percent.
While he enjoys a high approval rating among the Republican party, a new hashtag trending on Twitter is highlighting those who were so repulsed by him that they left the party all together.
The hashtag #ILeftTheGOP, apparently started by former Conservative writer Cheri Jacobus, shot to one of the top trends on Twitter.
People were stunned this past July when President Donald Trump tweeted that four Congresswomen of color—Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), and Ayanna Pressley (D-MA)—should "go back" to where they came from.
He also falsely claimed they "originally came from countries whose governments are a complete and total catastrophe..."
Three of the Congresswomen were born in the United States. Omar was a refugee from Somalia. All are Americans.
At a campaign rally days later in North Carolina, President Donald Trump mentioned Congresswoman Omar—and got a strong reaction from the crowd.
While bigotry is common at a Trump rally, it became even more blatant when Trump's supporters began chanting "Send her back," echoing the calls from Trump's tweet for them to "go back" to where they came from.