(Paul Mirengoff) The Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin tries to salvage something for the anti-Trump cause from Jeff Sessions’ testimony yesterday. Grasping at straws, she characterizes as “exceptionally weak,” Sessions’ explanation of...Show More Summary
Jennifer Rubin: “What if Trump decides to fire special counsel Robert Mueller, as Trump confidante Chris Ruddy, chief executive of NewsMax, said Trump is considering? That would spark a good deal of outrage in the press and among independents and Democrats. [...]
Conservative Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin said Thursday that former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee was a “devastating” blow to President Donald Trump and could spell the beginning of the end of his administration. Rubin...
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Jennifer Rubin: In fewer than five months, [President] Trump has gotten rid of his FBI director, national security adviser, acting attorney general and initial nominees for Navy and Army secretaries (two of them!), labor secretary and deputy treasury secretary. Show More Summary
Washington Post conservative columnist Jennifer Rubin said on Friday’s edition of “Hardball” on MSNBC that if President Donald Trump’s “clown show” presidency is still around in November of 2018, the administration will prove to be a huge electoral liability for...
Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post: What is not normal is for the president on his 100th day in office to rant and rave about the media in a campaign-style screed. It's not normal for the president of the United States and leader of the Free World to declare: "Media outlets like CNN and MSNBC are fake news.... Show More Summary
Jay-Newton Small, McKay Coppins, and Jennifer Rubin discuss Trump’s mistake on foreign policy regarding North Korea.
Appearing as a guest on Tuesday's All In with Chris Hayes, supposedly right-leaning Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin was at it again -- appearing on MSNBC to mostly agree with a liberal host -- as she joined Hayes in fretting over President Donald Trump's proposal for a government agency that tracks criminal activity by non-citizens. Show More Summary
Jennifer Rubin/WaPo: Multiple former national security experts conjectured that the hang-up specifically was Trump’s deputy national security adviser, KT McFarland, a TV commentator who has not served in government since the Reagan era. Show More Summary
Over the last few weeks it has been interesting to find myself agreeing with conservative pundits like Jennifer Rubin and Kathleen Parker. It happened again today with David Brooks. I still have trouble seeing how the Trump administration survives a full term. Judging by his Thursday press conference, President Trump’s mental state is like... Read more »
For Ohio Edit, Anna Vitale’s “The Top 4 Wants As I Heard Them at Simone White’s Unofficial AWP Off-Sight” thematizes the readings and presentations given last Wednesday by Montana Ray, Dia Felix, Judah Rubin, Jennifer Krasinki, Anselm Berrigan, Adjua Greaves, Bob Holman, Lee Ann Brown, Katy Bohinc, Laynie Brown, Matvei Yankelevich, E. Tracy Grinnell, MC […]
Jennifer Rubin: On one level, Trump's idiotic phone calls with the leaders of Australia and Mexico is high farce, a comic illustration that he is just as ignorant, impulsive, uncouth and obnoxious as his critics claimed. We, however, tend to look at the two incidents as downright scary. Show More Summary
As Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin appeared on Friday's All In with Chris Hayes on Friday, she played the role of allegedly right-leaning MSNBC guest or analyst who mostly gives agreement to the liberal MSNBC host, and spends little time injecting the conservative point of view into the conversation. Show More Summary
The Washington Post‘s Jennifer Rubin said in a column published Wednesday that she is genuinely concerned that Pres. Donald Trump is so out of touch with reality that he doesn’t know he’s lying. Trump, she said, is clinging to obvious and easily disproven falsehoods in spite of...
Appearing as a guest on Saturday's AM Joy, allegedly conservative Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin sounded like just one more liberal analyst on top of the other four liberals already on the panel as she could only find negative...Show More Summary
By Jennifer Rubin A week from today, President-elect Donald Trump will be sworn in. More than most presidencies, uncertainty (for some, panic) may be the defining sentiment as the country embarks on a journey that may test America’s democratic principles, decency and common sense. We have elected someone who has very little of any of [...]Show More Summary
Jennifer Rubin: As self-evident as it may be, [Donald] Trump operates in a world in which someone's worth (whether it is Chuck Schumer or Paul Ryan or Russian President Vladimir Putin) is a direct reflection of whether he is saying nice things about Trump. Show More Summary
The Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin has a solution for the fake news epidemic: better collaboration among think tanks. “ In an era of ‘ fake news,’ with a president-elect who regularly lies and partisan hacks who dispute that thereShow More Summary
Jennifer Rubin: Anti-immigration advocates, including Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), have long peddled in phony facts and misleading rhetoric to support their objection to both legal and illegal immigration. In essence, they've tried to construct an economic justification for their objection to non-white immigration. Show More Summary