US President’s half-brother Malik Obama has made up his mind to support Republican candidate Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election.
Donald Trump came to the defense of Roger Ailes, who resigned after Gretchen Carlson slapped him with a sexual harassment lawsuit.
It is not common for the Democrats and Republicans to unite, but perhaps Donald Trump has finally found a way to bring the country together. In an email released in the Wikileaks DNC email dump, DNC officials seem to be giving credence to Trump's conspiracy that Ted Cruz's father may, in fact, have had something to do with John F. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton campaign manager Robbie Mook on Sunday said that Donald Trump is receiving backing from the government of Russia, headed by political strongman Vladimir Putin — saying that Russian computer hackers were behind the leak...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton's choice of Tim Kaine as her running mate is being described as ``safe.'' Safe is not exciting. But it offers a powerful contrast with Donald Trump. Trump is high risk. ``A Trump presidency would be dangerous for the nation and the world,'' the Washington Post declared in a scathing editorial. Show More Summary
They don't like to be called white supremacists. The well-dressed men who gathered in Cleveland's Ritz-Carlton bar after Donald Trump's speech accepting the Republican nomination for president prefer the term "Europeanists," "alt-right," or even "white nationalists." They are also die-hard Trump supporters. Show More Summary
On the eve of the Democratic National Convention, Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) was discussing on ABC’s This Week how Donald Trump is dangerous to the...
Vladimir Putin has already praised Donald Trump during his campaign trail over the past months. It appears that the two political figures are amicable with each other. However, there are reports that imply these two might have a deeper connection than what everyone thinks. Show More Summary
President Obama on Sunday doubled down on his belief that Donald Trump is wildly unprepared to be the nation’s commander-in-chief.
"Most of us stopped the name-calling thing about fifth grade"
Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine gave their first joint interview to 60 Minutes, and in a preview released online, they make it clear they don't want to go into the gutter with Donald Trump.
[guest post by Dana] In a spectacular demonstration of narcissism-on-steroids, Donald Trump’s new campaign ad neatly encapsulates the priorities of the Republican nominee for president: #MakeAmericaGreatAgain#TrumpPence16 pic.twitter.com/gCzHX1nyxD — Donald J. Show More Summary
To the extent Donald Trump has a foreign policy, one can define it as follows: Threaten allies with a lack of support or a trade war and promise to go back in time to prevent any bad outcomes in international affairs. Following his pledge to start a trade with Canada and [...]
When the New York Times interviewed Donald Trump in March, one of the reporters, David Sanger, suggested that Trump’s foreign policy could be summed up as “America First”—“a mistrust of many foreigners, both our adversaries and some of our allies, a sense that they’ve been freeloading off of us for many years.”
As of today, at least nine recording artists have publicly demanded that Donald Trump stop blasting their songs over public address systems during the course of his GOP presidential campaign. The diversity of musicians who tell Trump, “Stop using our music!” range from British pop confection Adele to balls-to-the-wall American rock band Aerosmith. Show More Summary
Watch Jon Stewart call Donald Trump an “angry groundhog” in his incredible take-down on the Late Show.
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President Obama’s Kenyan half-brother, Malik Obama, plans to vote for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. A longtime Democrat, Malik Obama, 58, told the New York Post that he likes Mr. Trump “because he speaks from the heart.” “‘Make America Great...
WikiLeaks, the site that dumped the DNC email leak a few days ago, warned MSNBC’s Joy Reid yesterday after she teased a discussion on her show about the “affinity” between Donald Trump, Russia, and WikiLeaks: @JoyAnnReid You are pushing a discredited conspiracy theory. There is no affinity, whatsoever. Our lawyers will monitor your program. — […]
Don't Use My Stuff You would think that someone as litigious as Donald Trump would be careful not to use the product of other people's work without permission. But then there have always been rules for Donald, and rules for everyone else. Show More Summary