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
[Milbank's] new beard didn’t disguise the loony opinions that have become his hallmark.
DANA MILBANK: Yes, half of Trump supporters are racist. Maybe they’re the almost-half of the Washington Post’s readership that’s disappeared since 2004.
Very insightful observation from Dana Milbank on how Trump’s real life resembled a reality show: “Each stage of Trump’s life, and campaign, has been something of a reality show. His privileged youth was Paris Hilton’s “The Simple Life,”...Show More Summary
The Washington Post -- and much of the establishment -- wants you to buy a lifetime subscription to the politics of fear. Dana Milbank, a columnist for the paper, popped up at Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein's news conference that focused on climate change. Show More Summary
The nonrevelation in Monday’s New York Times that the Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity has been advising Donald Trump as well as fawning all over him was met with predictable handwringing. Dana Milbank, in the Washington Post, pointed...Show More Summary
Back in the day, journolist Dana Milbank wrote an entire book about how being combative beats being nice in presidential elections. I have a feeling he’ll forget all about that book for the next three months.
(Paul Mirengoff) I doubt that anyone, Republican or Democrat, watched the entire session of the Democratic convention yesterday, except for those who are paid to. Dana Milbank of the Washington Post is paid to report, from a leftist perspective, on the human comedy. Show More Summary
The Republican National Convention this week has received mostly negative reviews from reporters and pundits. The Washington Post’s Dana Milbank said the convention was “ a triumph of narcissism.” The New York Times’ David Brooks lamented that Trump had turned the party and convention into “a personality cult.” Others noted the negativity of the Republican […]
Trump's campaign chairman, adviser to Putin cronies, now receiving intelligence briefings @joshtpm @Maggyw519 pic.twitter.com/2udP3FGcCW — Adam Khan (@Khanoisseur) July 6, 2016 Dana Milbank’s original article here. Honestly, yeah, I’m a lot less worried that the Russians might’ve hacked Hillary’s emails than I am about Michael J. Show More Summary
An interesting read from Dana Milbank at the Washington Post, to say the least. This is what Milbank had to say to Republicans: Herein lies a lesson for Republicans who are perpetually trying to appease the far right: It’s a fool’s errand. They went to the tea party — and now they’re taking Donald Trump […]
By Todd Gitlin | ( BillMoyers.com) | – – Dana Milbank’s June 6 article in The Washington Post was aptly headlined, “Republicans finally discover that Trump is an actual racist.” Not a…
Why has it taken so long for Republicans and for the media to call him on it? By Todd Gitlin, BillMoyers.com Dana Milbank’s June 6 article in The Washington Post was aptly headlined, “Republicans finally discover that Trump is an actual racist.” Not a virtual racist, not a borderline or occasional...
NBC News' Kasie Hunt, The Washington Post's Dana Milbank and The New Yorker's Hendrik Hertzberg join to discuss Hillary Clinton's L.A. Times endorsement, and...
Over the weekend, The Post’s Dana Milbank wrote that Donald Trump is betting on “mass amnesia” in this election to maintain and grow his support while he changes his position on everything from building the wall to increasing the federal minimum wage. I would argue that amnesia would help but it wouldn’t be enough. Amnesia […]
The Washington Post‘s Dana Milbank said he would eat the page on which his column was printed if Donald Trump gained the Republican nomination. The Washington Post‘s Dana Milbank (10/2/15) said he would eat the page on which his column was printed if Donald Trump gained the Republican nomination. Show More Summary
"The day Trump clinches the nomination I will eat the page on which this column is printed."
“Dana Milbank will fulfill a promise tomorrow and eat one of his Washington Post columns, after wrongly predicting that Trump would never win the GOP nomination. So reporters at STAT wondered, just what does eating 18 inches of newsprint do [...]
Pundits across America are getting ready to eat their words (sometimes literally, in the case of Dana Milbank of the Washington Post) now that real estate mogul Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee. After so many laughingly...Show More Summary
Live from the Journamalists Self-Made Gehenna: Yes, reading Dana Milbank of the _Washington Post_ is like drinking bilge water. Why do you ask? The smackdown is brought by: Duncan Black: [I Don't Think the Potty Mouth is the ProblemShow More Summary