Ever since the election results came in, Democrats have been the ultimate sore losers, and the Washington Post’s Dana Milbank has been a participant. He’s attempted to mansplain the woman
Dana Milbank: “To Trump’s many self-assigned superlatives, he can now add another: the sorest winner. With charity for none and with malice toward all but his supporters, he has in the past two months set a new standard for gracelessness [...]
According to Washington Post journalist Dana Milbank on Thursday, Barack Obama is comparable to George Washington and a fictional Disney Demigod. Lamenting the fact that the outgoing President isn’t getting enough credit, the columnist...Show More Summary
Housekeeping note: Abbreviated Pundit Round-ups this holiday weekend and next (Sat-Mon) will post at 9 a.m. Dana Milbank/WaPo: A new solution for Trump and his team of billionaires: Ignore the law Trump lieutenant Newt Gingrich this week...Show More Summary
Dana Milbank, Washington Post: Remember Trump's talk about taking on the elites and the well-connected? Well, you can stick a sterling-silver fork in it. The Trump campaign, a revolution of sans-culottes, has yielded to a Trump transition...Show More Summary
Dana Milbank, Washington Post: Millions of would-be voters didn't participate because of obstacles designed to discourage them. The hurdles were, thanks to a 2013 Supreme Court ruling invalidating key parts of the Voting Rights Act, largely legal. Show More Summary
IS THERE ANYTHING TRUMP CAN’T DO? He’s got Dana Milbank appreciating adversary journalism all of a sudden, and he’s even introducing traditional Democratic constituencies to the joys of gun ownership. So much winning, I’m getting tired of all the winning!
First, with Stephanie Ruhle and Dana Milbank of the Washington Post Later, with Steve Kornacki and Howard Dean.
My colleague Dana Milbank wrote a column published online Wednesday in the form of a lovely letter to his seventh-grade daughter, under the headline, “To my daughter: You are going to be okay.” I woke up Thursday morning to this email from my college senior daughter, Emma Leibowitz, who took the semester off to work […]
Lots of tweeters made quick work Tuesday night bashing Donald Trump for the price of the booze at his election-night party after seeing this tweet from the Washington Post’s Dana Milbank. Yep, that’s $13 for a mixed drink or a glass of wine, $10 to $11 for a beer, and $7 for a soft drink. Show More Summary
We see in one of the emails that Washington Post “journalist” Dana Milbank was in touch with the Democrats about crafting one of his anti-Trump columns.
THE DNC-MEDIA COMPLEX: WikiLeaks Show Washington Post Writer Asked DNC For Anti-Trump Research. Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank appears to have asked the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to do the majority of the research for a negative column he wrote about Donald Trump in April 2016. Milbank’s column was titled, “The Ten Plagues of Trump,” […]
SO WHEN DANA MILBANK IMAGINES THE “HORRIFIC” FIRST 100 DAYS OF A TRUMP PRESIDENCY, it sounds a lot like all the fear-mongering projections of a post-Brexit world.
There was a somewhat annoying Dana Milbank piece about how the baby boomers caused all the problems the other day. While it was more than a little “baby boomers drive a car like this beep beep, Generation X drives a car like this BEEP BEEP BEEP“, it brought up an interesting question: how many of […]
Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank on Tuesday dismissed the idea of media bias against Donald Trump and, instead, called for even more of it. According to Milbank, “press neutrality” on the businessman “legitimizes the illegitimate.”
Dana Milbank thinks it’s not enough to beat Donald Trump. As a matter of math, Arizona is irrelevant: If Clinton is doing well enough to win here, she will already have locked up the election elsewhere. But if Trump is to be denied in...Show More Summary
WHEN EVERY GOP PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE IS THE WORST REPUBLICAN EVER: At the Washington Post back in March, Dana Milbank admitted, “Donald Trump makes me miss George W. Bush.” Milbank actually said the same thing in 2014 in response to the rise of the Tea Party. Yet at the same time he claimed that, were Bush […]
YES. NEXT QUESTION? Are Global Warming Alarmists Disappointed Hurricane Matthew Wasn’t Worse? Samuel L. Jackson, Ellen Barkin, Dana Milbank, James Wolcott, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Michael Moore and former DNC Chairman Don Fowler could not be reached for comment.
Is this just metaphorical, from the Washington Post’s Dana Milbank? The religious right makes a deal with the devil The late Jerry Falwell, leader of the Moral Majority and founder
We begin today’s roundup with Dana Milbank at The Washington Post who writes about Donald Trump’s rhetoric of violence: There was a time when fantasizing aloud about the murder of your opponent would have been beyond the pale — but not anymore. Show More Summary