Furious after he was criticized by evangelicals for stumbling in his reference to a book of the Bible during the 2016 campaign, Donald J. Trump lashed out at “so-called Christians” and used an epithet
Washington (CNN) — President Donald Trump made three false claims on Saturday in a single 19-word tweet. The tweet: "94% Approval Rating in the Republican Party, an all time high. Ronald Reagan was 87%.
(CNN) — Congressional Republicans have spent the 24-ish hours since President Donald Trump issued a series of racist tweets hiding from the media. But judging from how Maryland GOP Rep. Andy Harris tried
Alabama US Senate candidate says Americans are 'preoccupied with homosexual activities,' 'wife swap shows'
Alabama’s secretary of state who is running for U.S. Senate told supporters over the weekend that America’s culture is in decline because people are “preoccupied with homosexual activities” and “wife shows.”
Democrats and President Trump are on a collision course over his “go back” tweets directed at four Democratic congresswomen of color, and it’s Republicans who could be crushed in the middle. House Speaker
Trump's attempt to win through divide and rule tactics offers an unflinching look into America’s soul It was foul and repugnant. But was it a vote winner? Donald Trump’s bigoted tirade against four congresswoman
'He does not know how to defend his policies so what he does is attack us personally,' Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said. The four progressive congresswomen at the center of President Donald Trump's racist
In an unfashionable corner of Washington, with African American community activists standing behind him, House speaker Paul Ryan described Donald Trump’s view that an American-born judge was not qualified
Donald Trump’s presidency is melting down into a noxious stew of racism, failure and farce. With breathtaking cynicism, the Republican Party pretends not to notice. Trump had to know there would be outrage
Every time the President of the United States does something reprehensible, it offers his allies a chance to disgrace themselves in front of the world. That sound you hear is opportunity knocking, after
California Republicans are accustomed to a cautious dance with Donald Trump’s divisive presidency, but the president’s racist tweets this weekend are testing that balancing act in the nation's most diverse
President Trump’s weekend tweets have been rightly scorned and condemned. Many people will surely ask once again how so many Republicans and others can still support him. The answer: For many, there is
WASHINGTON — The lack of widespread Republican condemnation of President Trump for his comments about four Democratic congresswomen of color illustrated both the tightening stranglehold Mr. Trump has his