By DANA MILBANK WASHINGTON — Now we’ve done it. We’ve hurt Ivanka Trump’s feelings. “There’s a level of viciousness that I was not expecting,” the presidential daughter and senior White House official told Fox News last week, adding that she was “blindsided” by the “ferocity.” The poor dear. Here are a few sources the blindsided [...]Show More Summary
Authored by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.org, “With the stroke of a pen, Rod Rosenstein redeemed his reputation,” writes Dana Milbank of The Washington Post. What had Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein done to be welcomed home by the...Show More Summary
Waaaaah! Dana Milbank is really really angry at Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and if he doesn't do just want Dana wants him to do then he will be shunned by liberals forever and ever. Milbank went into full petulant fury mode...Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) Dana Milbank reports, with glee, that the United Nations “has contacted the Trump administration as part of an investigation into whether repealing [Obamacare] without an adequate substitute for the millions who would...Show More Summary
You know it’s bad when even a MSNBC regular is calling out a MSNBC host’s nutty theories. But that’s what happened on Tuesday as liberal Dana Milbank compared fellow liberal Lawrence O’Donnell to 9/11 truthers, birthers and people who worry about mind-controlling fluoride.
Dana Milbank discusses Ted Cruz's family having dinner with president Trump at the White House.
The article is snarkily titled "Shoker! Rediculous chocker Trump attaks and dishoners English with ever-dummer spellings."It was no shoker, by contrast, that Trump also tweeted that Cruz “will loose big to Hillary.”Again and again, Trump loosed his way. Show More Summary
Dana Milbank, "Shoker! Rediculous chocker Trump attaks and dishoners English with ever-dummer spellings", Washington Post 2/7/2017: The English language was unprepared for the attak. It was destined to loose. And, inevitably, it chocked. Show More Summary
Dana Milbank, Washington Post: The most worrisome moment for me in a very ominous week was not President Trump's bizarre rant about crowd size, his bogus claims about election fraud or his moves toward bringing back torture, blocking refugees and provoking a trade war with Mexico. Show More Summary
Dana Milbank quotes Andrew Herman, the lawyer whose brief was copied, saying “this is not a case of plagiarism” but the “product of a joint defense between the parties.” That should be the end of the story. No … Continue reading ?
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 […]