We must not be fooled. Donald Trump is directly responsible for the death of the 32-year-old young woman in Charlottesville. He must not escape that.
Right now Trump wants us to be alarmed about leaks, as opposed to – you know, everything else about him. Here’s another word for leaks: truth.
In most times most of Trump and the GOP’s acts would have been the most unconscionable, most venal things done in years in Washington.
The amazing thing about Team Trump throughout this scandal is how difficult the lies have been to maintain. They cannot even construct a plausible lie.
Trump’s “Commission on Voter Integrity” wants the nation’s voter information, all of it, to keep alive the narrative that nation is awash in voter fraud.
Don’t shrug, Mr. President. Despite those who last week turned to Fox News for your brand of self-medication, most believe you are guilty.
With its sycophantic treatment of Trump, Fox News is “the closest thing we have to state TV.” And the administration knows it.
Democrats have to fight with every step and every breath the reign of the man who placed second in the popular vote and says he won by a landslide.
If Trumpcare ever passes the House, moderation must win in the Senate on Trumpcare. Alarmed voters must work on ending GOP reign in Congress in 2018.
A boycott of Trump press conferences is in order, as would be a walk-out the next time the prevaricator-in-chief reduces fact to factory fumes.