On This Week, Trump's Chief of Staff cannot bear to hear the truth about his boss' love of white supremacy.
What's next, Mulvaney saying neo-Nazis aren't as bad as the Spanish flu?
Stephen Colbert with the ongoing question of whether Donald Trump is a racist.
Mulvaney: 'I Understand Why' Trump's Tweets Are Seen As Racist 'But That Doesn’t Mean That It Is Racist'
Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said on Sunday that he understands why some people would view Donald Trump's tweets attacking a majority African-American district as racist.
Chris Wallace Grills Mick Mulvaney About Trump's Racist Slurs: 'The Worst Kind Of Racial Stereotype'
White House acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney on Sunday insisted that Donald Trump's smears on non-white members of Congress have nothing to do with their race.
Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney tries to pretend that Trump's racist attacks on Rep. Elijah Cummings and Baltimore had nothing to do with race on Fox News Sunday.
Senate Republicans Go Through The Motions Of Pretending That They'll Stand Up To Trump On The Budget
It's July, so it's time for Congress to start worrying about the next government shutdown threat from Donald Trump, and time for Republicans to pretend like they'll take a stand against him.
A reporter at Pelosi's press conference Thursday asked her to "respond to Mick Mulvaney's characterization of her comments." She does not have time for that Beltway tit-for-tat.
At today's presser, Speaker Pelosi once again must school a reporter on how to do his job. It's getting tiring.
Stephen Colbert and others think Mulvaney was trying to stop Trump from, you know, incriminating himself again. (Open thread)
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