A senior official in the Trump administration supposedly admitted in an “anonymous” New York Times piece that he or she, and many other top figures, are deliberately conspiring to sabotage the president's agenda, an agenda that the American people voted for in the 2016 election. The supposed writer even suggested that members of Trump's Cabinet had considered calling him crazy and removing him under the 25th Amendment. Assuming the Times is not lying, which is not necessarily a good assumption considering the left-wing paper's long history of lies, the op-ed confirms once again the existence of a subversive “Deep State” that will defy its own boss — and the American people who constitutionally elected him — to advance a globalist agenda that is unconstitutional and was soundly rejected by voters at the polls. Trump, though, suggested he would be getting the last laugh.
VIDEO - Protesters and Democrat Senators attempted to derail the hearing for Trump’s Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh by shouting and disrupting the process. Kavanaugh made it clear in the hearing that he has the nonpartisan mentality that is necessary to be a good Supreme Court Justice.
“Don’t Impeach Trump, Annul His Presidency,” reads the headline. Illustrating how dangerous the Left has become, this wasn’t written by some unpaid HuffPo pablum propagandist who dons a mask with Antifa part time, but by ex-Clinton administration Secretary of Labor Robert Reich.
Should a certain famous saying now be, “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies — and polls?”
Another stalwart in the Democratic Party's Old White Guard, Michael Capuano, went down in flames on Tuesday.
Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) had not completed his first full opening sentence before being interrupted by complaining Democrats and protesters.
Jon Kyl, the former GOP senator from Arizona who retired in 2013, will be sworn in today to replace the late John McCain, filling an open Senate seat during a crucial time: the confirmation hearings and vote on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, of the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C.
President Trump’s second Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh faces four grueling days of questioning this week from Democrats, who will grill hm on abortion, gun rights, Obamacare, and any other wedge issue they can think of, ahead of November's mid-terms.
President Trump will go to a major rally for Senator Ted Cruz in Texas in October, helping Cruz fight off a challenge from MoveOn.org-backed Robert “Beto” O’Rourke.