Having known Donald Trump for over three decades, New York Times bestselling author and writer for Newsweek, Kurt Eichenwald, has some harsh words for the Trump supporters.
If the American people, collectively speaking, had enough sense to come in out of the rain, the climate debate-long settled almost everywhere else on earth-would be over.
A journalist sacked by the Kremlin-funded Sputnik news network claimed that right-wing U.S. outlets regularly disseminate fake news and conspiracy theories touted by the site.
We know what Texas Senator and former Republican presidential candidate, Ted Cruz, was doing early Tuesday morning, and it had nothing to do with his supposed love of Jesus.
One might hope White House officials would, at least, do a quick Google search before spreading misinformation in a crisis… but, oh well. That’s just too much much to expect from those who are supposedly “making America great.”
Other than the increasingly dangerous and more frequent storms thanks to human-caused climate change, there’s nothing more dependable than Republican hypocrisy.
I asked the hard questions like, Which one is Afghanistan?
“It’s not that he’s just not behaving like a normal president does, he’s not behaving as a normal grown-up does.”
The same social media networks that spread Russian propaganda during the 2016 election have been busily amplifying right-wing extremism surrounding the recent violence in Charlottesville, according to researchers who monitor the activity.
Breitbart said it had been smeared by CNN host Don Lemon when he described the website as a platform for the alt-right.