American political pundits offered their initial reactions to news that it appears U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party is on course for a landslide victory in the country's general election.
Trump spent his two days in London lashing out at allies and creating new rifts, but host Boris Johnson avoided the worst of the flak by limiting his interaction with the president.
"Boris is the right man for the time. He's really for the times," Trump said in early November.
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter admits she "backslid" on a pledge to ignore Wednesday's Trump impeachment proceedings, after posting live reactions to the hearing on Twitter.
Nick Conrad has also been accused of harassing a woman who launched a petition demanding he be fired from the BBC over his comments.
Former prisoner Don Blakenship, who was CEO of Massey Energy company when a 2010 explosion claimed the lives of 29 miners, is seeking the presidential nomination of the far-right Constitution Party. Blankenship previously mounted an unsuccessful campaign for a West Virginia senate seat.
Keith Ellison joined Alexanddria Ocasio-Cortez in ridiculing a "pink tax" on tampons and other feminine hygiene products; meanwhile, Ohio unanimously passed a repeal of state sales tax on feminine products.
The Boston College professor, an expert in 19th century America, said President Donald Trump "was onto something" with his Civil War tweets.
Psychology can help to cast light on why people on both sides of the political spectrum hold different views on climate change.
Sir Nicholas Soames, a former defense minister and 36-year veteran of the House of Commons, was among 21 lawmakers expelled from the Conservative Party over Brexit.
An 18 percent surge in environmental concern among young Republicans shows a growing number of GOP voters who say they're worried human behavior is damaging planet Earth.
"I was censored for my beliefs," Katie Williams told Newsweek.
Fiscal conservatives and Democrats alike ridiculed GOP congressional members and President Trump's tax cuts after federal spending hit a $3.7 trillion record and the budget deficit climbed to $867 billion so far this fiscal year.
"He is not a conservative, and I don't think he's a good man," an Iowa State Fair goer said about President Donald Trump.
Celebrating all things Trump, conservative students (metaphorically) gave the finger to political correctness and socialism.
Conventional wisdom says it is liberals who use the internet best to enhance activist causes, but that may not really be the case.
"They're just getting information from different sources that you are — that doesn't make them low information," Fox Business host Charles Payne said.
"The word 'wall' has not crossed the president's lips," Coulter tweeted.
"We're becoming the Whole Foods party, when we need to figure out how to win in Dollar General districts like mine," J.D. Scholten told The Washington Post.
"Many of the people who are targeting the Jewish community for anti-Semitism are also targeting the Muslim community in Islamophobia," Representative Ilhan Omar said.
Lemon said the actor's apparent assault hoax will be used by Trump and his allies to push their conservative agenda.
The president's declaration that The New York Times is "the enemy of the people" drew quick backlash, including from Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Donald Trump told reporters on Friday that he is focused on strengthening the military before worrying about national debt.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said the defeat of her draft agreement with the EU could spell the end of Brexit.
They fear that declaring a national emergency over border security could set a dangerous precedent for a future Democratic president.
Trump reportedly calls people "Bushies" and it's not meant to be a compliment.
"What they call the membrane around Trump is failing, and the membrane is the group of people they put around Trump to protect him from himself," David Brooks told PBS News Hour.