Stephanie Grisham writes that the former first lady refused to condemn the violence at the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
Accusations of misogyny over debate of Yellen's reported Wall Street speaking fees are just a primer for mainstream media to soon "go easy" on the incoming Biden administration, right-leaning critics claimed.
Elizabeth Holtzman, a congresswoman during the Watergate trial, said during an MSNBC interview that Speaker of the House Pelosi is "strong-minded" and "savvy"; and adds that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell shouldn't "mess with" Speaker Pelosi.
According to a Morning Consult & Politico poll, 51 percent of voters approve of the Senate removing President Trump from office.
Senator Lindsey Graham told Politico that every day of the Trump administration has been like Christmas. "You don't know what's under the tree. It can be that shotgun you've been hoping to get, or it can be a sweater you don't want," he said.
Nearly two-thirds of Democrats and liberal U.S. voters say it's OK for 2020 presidential candidates to appear on the Fox News Channel despite several hopefuls and the DNC outright rebuffing the cable news network.
"The Hill to Die On," by Politico journalists Jake Sherman and Anna Palmer, paints Jared Kushner as naive and arrogant.
Jeff Brandes reportedly stood up and pointed his finger at Lewandowski as Bill Galvano politely instructed his wife to "hold my scarf."
"[Nick Sauer used the account] to catfish other men using my privately shared naked photos," Kate Kelly said.
Marco Rubio called out an intern who wrote a story he didn't like about his policies; Rubio himself was an intern in the '90s.
President Donald Trump strikes a popular note.
About twice as many voters graded Trump's first year an "F" than an "A", a new poll found.
Almost half of voters think the special counsel will clear the president in his Russia investigation by the end of the year.
A White House spokesperson pointed out that Trump was not a federal employee at the time.
Chaffetz would hardly be the first Republican to trade Capitol Hill for Fox News' studio in Midtown Manhattan.
Cruz claimed to self finance the 2012 bid but will discrepancy matter.
The U.S. senator from Texas was recorded in a meeting with donors in New York.
The "overwhelming majority" of 350 editorial staffers signed union cards.
Allen said he "would never" agree to questions in advance, despite having promised Chelsea Clinton just that.
The pledge is widely viewed as an effort to convince Trump not to run as a third-party candidate, a move which could strip away potential GOP voters.
There is an utter failure to inform voters about presidential nomination contests.
A Politico report says the likely presidential candidate has signed a lease for office space in Brooklyn Heights.