Donald Trump

"Look at Trump's Twitter ... he's watching antifa. That's all we wanted," boasts former Infowars staffer and protest organizer Joe Biggs.
Emotional grandchildren honor strong Palestinian women in continuing fallout after Israel bars two Democratic congresswomen.
"Words matter and facts matter," Ellen Weintraub wrote to the president after he baselessly claimed that he lost New Hampshire due to fraudulent votes.
Muftiyah Tlaib reflected on the congresswomen's accomplishments in an interview with The Washington Post.
The 2020 Democratic candidate is using the president's reported interest in acquiring the island to fundraise for his own campaign.
“Everybody, we have a chance to do this right, to save the world for humans,” the famed TV "science guy" said.
The president made no mention of the far-right violence encouraged by the Proud Boys, the self-described "western chauvinists" who organized the event.
Experts argue millions of low-income migrants may have to choose between needed services and staying in the U.S. legally.
"I’ll say: ‘I don’t get it. How are you simultaneously as proud as punch of me, and watching Fox News all the time, doing takedowns of your daughter?'"
An economic downturn would be a devastating blow to Trump, who made the economy his central argument for a second term.
The "Star Wars" actor used the fictional children's character to call the president out on his lies.
"So says he who is ensnared by his hotheaded and wrathful friends at the NRA and in the Oval Office," one Twitter user replied.
Cooper teased viewers with how his show could begin if the president tried to unite people rather than divide them.
The former White House communications director also turned to "Game of Thrones" to explain why Trump should be primaried.
The incident raises serious concerns that concealed guns intended to protect students could kill them.
One scientist blasted Cornyn for being "utterly, despicably, proudly ignorant" of the threat to the planet.
Trump's hometown tabloid poked fun at his reported interest in buying the world's biggest island.
They were instructed: "No yelling, shouting, protesting or anything viewed as resistance," according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Former GOP congressman says there was no man-of-the-year award at a state event six years ago, even though the president keeps boasting that there was.
“During the Trump regime, pretty much everything in the U.S., including its government, has most definitely been for sale," the magazine jokes.