President Donald Trump reacted with claims of "unfair" treatment and "PRESIDENTIAL HARASSMENT" on Twitter Tuesday after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the launching of an impeachment inquiry.
Buttigieg said foreign interference in U.S. elections has "destabilized" America, and suggested Trump's statements jeopardized the "most sacred thing" in America.
His latest tweet came after a Trump-owned venue broke a pledge promising not to use the president's appearances there to drum up publicity.
The Patriots reached a third consecutive Super Bowl after beating the Chiefs in Kansas City 37-31 in overtime.
The 9th circuit ranks third in reversal rate, not first, as Trump incorrectly implied.
Research has shown that the language of male dominated societies reveals the desire to control and discipline the behavior of women.
"We'd all be a lot better off if we could get this out of the way."
Scaramucci said the president's optics and strategy were bad.
Veteran U.S. diplomat Robert Gallucci said Trump's "tweeting on the subject of war and peace with North Korea isn't the most useful thing in the world."
"It does not represent American values," the former White House staffer said.
Despite immediate backlash to his tweet, Kentucky congressman Thomas Massie refused to delete the post.
The lawyer sarcastically called the execution "flawless."
The tweet even included a flying saucer emoji.
In 2016, Trump called the federal judge a "hater" and suggested Gonzalo Curiel could not be impartial because of his Mexican heritage.
White House employees worry that personal phone calls from work devices could be made public.