Fake news published in the U.S. were overwhelmingly consumed and shared by right-wing social media users.
As I always say, in every Republican beats the heart of an inherent fascist. Tonight’s antics of so-called President Trump
Trump unleashed arguably his most difficult-to-decipher tweet since “covfefe,” alleging Wednesday morning that Amazon is not paying “internet taxes.”
As he was campaigning for president, Donald Trump praised veterans as “amazing,” “distinguished” and “tremendous.” This week, he blocked them on Twitter.
Behaving like cringe-worthy high school dropouts posing with a portrait of the Principal, Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent and Kid Rock pose in front of a portrait of Hillary Clinton.
Fox “News” is upset that other media outlets aren’t reporting their fake news.
Get ready for the so-called President to Tweet about the washed up, underwhelming McDonalds franchise.
The Trump presidency has had a profound effect on the White House press briefing sessions like none before. Half the
A few years ago a Republican audience shouted “let him die” when asked about an uninsured person in critical care. Now, to wide applause, a Trump voting coal miner is calling for health care as a right.
In a series of early morning tweets, the so-called “leader of the free world,” took out his (probably) unsecured Android smartphone and let the bats in his belfry fly out, claiming that “Obama” had him under surveillance.