When it comes to picking Supreme Court justices, voters trust Taylor Swift as much as they trust Donald Trump. And they trust Mitch McConnell even less.
When Donald Trump said in a recent interview that he might not come to the aid of NATO allies in the Baltics, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) dismissed it as a “rookie mistake,” and suggested that his cabinet would think differently. But is it enough to have experienced advisers if you are an inexperienced […]
During an interview with Business Insider to promote his memoir, " The Long Game," Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell recalls how Roger Ailes created a TV ad that won McConnell his 1984 race in Kentucky. On Thursday, Roger AilesShow More Summary
It's Friday, July 22, and Day 160 since Justice Antonin Scalia died and Mitch McConnell laid down his Supreme Court blockade: No meetings, no hearings, no votes on his replacement. It's also Day 123 since President Obama named Merrick Garland to be Scalia's replacement. Show More Summary
Donald Trump is willing to abandon our NATO allies. Mitch McConnell says that won't happen. No one believes him.
It's over. Finally. Here are today's five best moments: Trump says blandly that he might not come to the aid of our NATO partners in the Baltics if Russia invades them. Mitch McConnell chalks this up to a "rookie mistake." Newt Gringrich won't even go that far: "Estonia is in the suburbs of St. Show More Summary
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said it was a "rookie mistake" when Donald Trump told the New York Times that he'd be willing to renege on our obligations to the nation's NATO allies.
Live from the Cleveland Republican Dumpster Fire: The very sharp Brian Buetler points us to the Senate Majority Leader: Mitch McConnell: _[Trump 'Wrong' on NATO]_: >I disagree with [Donald Trump]. NATO is the most important military alliance in world history. I want to reassure our NATO allies that if any...
WASHINGTON ? U.S. allies spooked by Donald Trump’s recent indication that he won’t automatically defend them might have expected some reassurance from the rest of his party. On Thursday, Senate Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.)...Show More Summary
It's Tuesday, July 21, and Day 159 since Justice Antonin Scalia died and Mitch McConnell laid down his Supreme Court blockade: No meetings, no hearings, no votes on his replacement. It's also Day 122 since President Obama named Merrick Garland to be Scalia's replacement. Show More Summary
Trump suggested he would only defend NATO allies that are attacked if they had fulfilled their obligations
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell “stressed that he disagrees with Donald Trump’s assertion that the United States shouldn’t immediately defend NATO allies, seeking to reassure the international community the U.S. would continue to come to the aid of countries in [...]
Colbert get some jabs in at Mitch McConnell, Chris Christie, and of course, Donald Trump.
by Bobby Roberts During his speech at the Republican National Convention last night, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R) peeked out from behind the tissue-paper facade obscuring his refusal to hold hearings on the President'sShow More Summary
Sometimes you get a reminder that, for all their racism, misogyny and calls to violence, Trump and his team of brownshirts are really just amateurs. If you want to make the most disgusting accusation imaginable, want to twist the facts...Show More Summary
It's Wednesday, July 20 and Day 158 since Justice Antonin Scalia died and Mitch McConnell laid down his Supreme Court blockade: No meetings, no hearings, no votes on his replacement. It's also Day 121 since President Obama named Merrick Garland to be Scalia's replacement. Show More Summary
During Mitch McConnell’s speech at the Republican National Convention on Tuesday night, the Senate Majority Leader slammed “Clinton Democrats” for failing to pass a bill that would allocate funds to combat the Zika virus. He said:
Last night was the night Donald Trump got the establishment's blessing in the form of House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. After all of Ryan's bluster and chastising of the nominee of the past weeks, the full embrace was a little discomfiting. Show More Summary
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell argued at the Republican convention Tuesday night that Donald Trump would sign Republican priorities into law as president. The Kentucky Republican noted that he and a “freshman class of rock-star...Show More Summary
Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan gave speeches that were necessarily abstracted from Trump and Trumpism, although both were quite forthright in making the case for supporting him as the best chance to enact important elements of the traditional Republican agenda. I didn’t like Christie’s speech as much as some other commentators. Show More Summary