The senator from Texas attempted to dismiss the latest report from The New York Times as just another "smear" from "the far left" against Justice Brett Kavanaugh, rather than defend the fact that the FBI and his committee didn't do their jobs.
What's next, Mulvaney saying neo-Nazis aren't as bad as the Spanish flu?
So says the woman who was once happily employed by the network that has thrived off of race-baiting and birtherism.
It really seems like this question has been more than amply answered by Trump himself, but in case there was any doubt, Rep. Elijah Cummings, who has spent his entire life fighting for civil rights, answers it directly.
Running for president doesn't necessarily mean you want the job.
While various Trump officials trot out to the Sunday shows to gaslight Americans on the ghastly condition of the concentration camps used to house legal asylum seekers, Rep. Rashida Tlaib has been to the camps and can attest to the reality.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez weighs in on the potential political implications for Democrats if they begin impeachment hearings.
Adam Schiff doesn't hold back about his feelings of Bill Barr's role in the Trump administration
No matter how hard Jordan spun it, George Stephanopoulis was there with the facts.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg slapped Trump for his draft dodging during Vietnam and for his potential pardon of soldiers who have been either accused or convicted of war crimes.
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