If there is something we understand about President Donald Trump, it is that he is an unapologetic egomaniac that is obsessed with general public viewpoint. He retweets good approval reviews while labeling any polls showing negative ratings as “fake.” Throughout decades in public areas life, Trump has repeatedly lied about his wide range. The entirety … Continue reading Do you believe impeachment would send Trump and his ego into a tailspin or should Democrats just do it?
Rep. Justin Amash has become the very first Republican that is congressional to for the president's impeachment based on special counsel Robert Mueller’s report. The special counsel did not establish that the Trump campaign or anybody associated with it plotted or synchronized with Russia. He additionally provided no conclusion on the matter of feasible obstruction … Continue reading Did Rep Justin Amash say,”Trump has engaged in impeachable conduct?”
The Trump administration is wanting to diminish the Education Department’s funding by $7.1 billion in comparison to what it had been given last year, as an element of next year’s proposed budget. The budget proposal recommends eliminating 29 programs, including after-school and summer time programs for students in high-poverty areas, among other activities. The budget … Continue reading Trump administration wants to cut $7.1 billion to Education Department
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi stated on Thursday that she is convinced President Donald Trump every day presents reasons about impeachment meanwhile quarreling that she does not want to impeach, although she would not exclude the likelihood. Pelosi thinks the President daily provides reasons meant for impeachment when it comes to his obstruction of justice. She … Continue reading Does the Presidents behavior gives reason to impeach?
Trump and Ocasio-Cortez are rash, unapologetic, and enigmatic New Yorkers with ardent cult followings. They will have equally tenuous associations with reality. While President Trump and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., stand starkly against one another, they are pretty similar in their refusal to accept the seriousness of the workplaces they hold. To her credit, Ocasio-Cortez … Continue reading Should we take Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez seriously, and not literally?
Donald Trump really wants to make American great again — but first, he’s trying to make us afraid. During his acceptance speech Thursday night, the Republican nominee for president (not “presumptive” anymore — as in, we’re actually doing this) cast himself as the savior of a nation beset by crime, undeterred foreign threats and … Continue reading Insidious version of Donald Trump
Politicians running for president are graded by Politfact therefore the order runs in how you would expect it to when you are annoyed when Donald Trump is speaking. Donald Trump, the Republican front-runner, has reached the base of the list with a sad 9% of true or mostly true statements. Just 9% of this … Continue reading 91% of the Things Donald Trump Says Are False
A team of historians whose life’s work has consisted of studying the men, women and events that shaped America have banded together to speak out against Donald Trump.
Commentary: She is a smart lady, she is just saying what we all having saying about Trump and his third grade level speeches. Her knowledge is beyond Trumps knowledge by light years. She could not have gotten where she is on senseless rhetoric. Trump mentions "I" several times. Everything seems to be about him when … Continue reading Ruth Bader Ginsburg: ‘I regret making’ Donald Trump responses
It had been so near to the message that Republicans say they want from Donald Trump: a tweet describing Hillary Clinton as “crooked” and the “most corrupt candidate ever,” on the morning that the likely Democratic presidential nominee met aided by the FBI. Nevertheless the image that Trump decided to illustrate his point, which portrayed … Continue reading Trump rebuked for his tweet with an image of Clinton and a Star of David