Jennifer Rubin/WaPo: Multiple former national security experts conjectured that the hang-up specifically was Trump’s deputy national security adviser, KT McFarland, a TV commentator who has not served in government since the Reagan era. Show More Summary
Over the last few weeks it has been interesting to find myself agreeing with conservative pundits like Jennifer Rubin and Kathleen Parker. It happened again today with David Brooks. I still have trouble seeing how the Trump administration survives a full term. Judging by his Thursday press conference, President Trump’s mental state is like... Read more »
Jennifer Rubin: On one level, Trump's idiotic phone calls with the leaders of Australia and Mexico is high farce, a comic illustration that he is just as ignorant, impulsive, uncouth and obnoxious as his critics claimed. We, however, tend to look at the two incidents as downright scary. Show More Summary
As Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin appeared on Friday's All In with Chris Hayes on Friday, she played the role of allegedly right-leaning MSNBC guest or analyst who mostly gives agreement to the liberal MSNBC host, and spends little time injecting the conservative point of view into the conversation. Show More Summary
The Washington Post‘s Jennifer Rubin said in a column published Wednesday that she is genuinely concerned that Pres. Donald Trump is so out of touch with reality that he doesn’t know he’s lying. Trump, she said, is clinging to obvious and easily disproven falsehoods in spite of...
Appearing as a guest on Saturday's AM Joy, allegedly conservative Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin sounded like just one more liberal analyst on top of the other four liberals already on the panel as she could only find negative...Show More Summary
By Jennifer Rubin A week from today, President-elect Donald Trump will be sworn in. More than most presidencies, uncertainty (for some, panic) may be the defining sentiment as the country embarks on a journey that may test America’s democratic principles, decency and common sense. We have elected someone who has very little of any of [...]Show More Summary
Jennifer Rubin: As self-evident as it may be, [Donald] Trump operates in a world in which someone's worth (whether it is Chuck Schumer or Paul Ryan or Russian President Vladimir Putin) is a direct reflection of whether he is saying nice things about Trump. Show More Summary
The Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin has a solution for the fake news epidemic: better collaboration among think tanks. “ In an era of ‘ fake news,’ with a president-elect who regularly lies and partisan hacks who dispute that thereShow More Summary
Jennifer Rubin: Anti-immigration advocates, including Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), have long peddled in phony facts and misleading rhetoric to support their objection to both legal and illegal immigration. In essence, they've tried to construct an economic justification for their objection to non-white immigration. Show More Summary
Jennifer Rubin counts the ways — 10.And here's this in the NYT: "Kerry’s Blunt Words for Israel Denounced by Lawmakers in Both Parties."“While he may not have intended it, I fear Secretary Kerry, in his speech and action at the U.N.,...Show More Summary
You almost have to sympathize with Jennifer Rubin. She ranks somewhere in the mid-range of Top 20 worst pundits, and with her continued pounding of Republicans over their stance on Donald Trump, she’s creating even more foes than she had before. Show More Summary
In yet another excellent example of a journalist calling out the Leftist bias of a fellow member of the media; Tucker Carlson goes after Jennifer Rubin who authored a recent
The warm blanket that democrats wrap themselves in at night is a dream that angry white men will die off in large enough numbers so that a true renaissance of psychotic illiberals -- like Jennifer Rubin -- can rise to power and lead America into the next phase towards its ultimate demise. Show More Summary
Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post: Commentators such as Jack Shafer argue the media should ignore President-elect Donald Trump's outlandish tweets -- because they are outlandish and because they distract us from things Trump wants us to ignore.... Show More Summary
Appearing as a panel member on Sunday's AM Joy on MSNBC, allegedly right-leaning Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin declared that the incoming Donald Trump administration's talk of dealing with the illegal immigration problem is...Show More Summary
Not that head-scratching moments on MSNBC’s Hardball aren’t rare or anything, but Tuesday’s installment featured another cringe-inducing split-second by host Chris Matthews as he admitted to The Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin and Huffington Post’s Howard Fineman that President-elect Donald Trump’s anti-war stances in the primary had been “tickling my erogenous zones.”
Will conservatives break from Trump’s GOP to form a new party? | Opinion By Jennifer Rubin The future of the center-right is, to put it mildly, uncertain. It is not even clear there is a center-right in our era of polarization and ideological extremism. Over at least the past...
Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post: White, unhinged men, most well past their prime, acting abusively toward women. It is remarkable the company [Donald] Trump keeps and how these men find solace in each other's company. In their fury and contempt for women, they reveal how uncivilized they are. Show More Summary
Jennifer Rubin is best known for playing the troubled asylum teen, Taryn -- opposite Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger -- in the 1987 slasher sequel "A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors." Guess what she looks like now!