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."
Man-of-his-word Milbank said he would eat his column if Donald Trump won the GOP nomination...
“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
Yummy! Doesn't the idea of eating newsprint and ink sound absolutely delicious? Okay, maybe not so great but Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank is making the best of his promise to eat his column if Donald Trump won the nomination. Show More Summary
ASHE SCHOW ON THE NEW GENDER GAP: Democrats Have a Serious Male Voter Problem: November is going to be tough for Democrats if Hillary Clinton is the nominee. Donald Trump knows this, and Dana Milbank is pissed to see a GOP candidate who understands identity politics like a Democrat. It’s rich to see anyone in […]
Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank covered the House hearing on the sales of aborted-baby parts....to blast them as far too impartial to be trusted. This same columnist four years ago acted as a supine publicist for a one-sided Democratic pseudo-hearing to celebrate the feminist birth-control activist Sandra Fluke.
We begin today’s roundup with Dana Milbank’s piece at The Washington Post pointing out that Republican Party Chairman Reince Priebus is in way over his head: If the party accepts Trump, it could consign itself to political oblivion by antagonizing women, minority groups and immigrants. Show More Summary
In Dana Milbank's worldview, which is widely shared in Washington policy circles, it doesn't matter what you do to the country as long as you keep the deficit down.
Trump's fueled by white resentment, racism and nativism. Why does the media mistake that for working-class anxiety? The Washington Post’s Dana Milbank took on white racism and support for Donald Trump in a recent column. In “Trump’sShow More Summary
We know that the Washington Post editors really hate Bernie Sanders and rarely miss an opportunity to show it. Dana Milbank got in the act big time today as he once again denounced Sanders (along with Donald Trump and Ted Cruz) in his...Show More Summary
Dana Milbank writes about Friday's congressional hearing on Flint's water: In a hearing this week about the poisonous water in Flint, Mich., Rep. Earl L. “Buddy” Carter (R-Ga.) tried to blame the lead-tainted water on the Obama administration’s Environmental Protection Agency. Show More Summary
Hard though it may be to imagine now, a few months ago, some observers were making the case that Donald Trump’s presence in the Republican primary was good for “establishment” Republicans. Dana Milbank, for instance, argued that his outlandish behavior could conceivably make other Republican candidates appear more palatable by association. One of Jeb Bush’s […]
Dana Milbank, Washington Post: [Bernie] Sanders continues his campaign after his Super Tuesday losses, but he has no real chance of wresting the Democratic presidential nomination from Hillary Clinton.... The Sanders challenge was doomed by a fatal flaw: Democrats aren't as unhappy as he needed them to be. Show More Summary
“DONALD TRUMP MAKES ME MISS GEORGE W. BUSH,” Dana Milbank writes in the Washington Post, and as Steve Hayward responds at Power Line, “I’ve been expecting something like this,” as “The ‘Strange New Respect’ Award Makes a Comeback.” Of course, “Strange New Respect” cuts both ways; Wingnuts author John Avalon writes in the Daily Beast […]
Dana Milbank: “I had a twinge of nostalgia watching George W. Bush campaign for his little brother in South Carolina Monday night… He was earthy… Bush was corny… He was also self-deprecating.” “But mostly, W’s cameo in the 2016 campaign [...]
The Washington Post’s one-man Fifth Column, Dana Milbank, is at it again. Apparently, he has been shadowing Ted Cruz’s campaign. Unable to come up with anything substantive, what he’s produced is one of the most juvenile screeds ever to appear in any major newspaper. Show More Summary