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The Fresno Bee listed some key job qualifications the Trump-backing former California lawmaker failed to meet.
"The Late Show" host milked the California Republican's career change with a mocking Eric Trump impression.
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) is quitting Congress to run ex-President Donald Trump’s tech startup.
“Devin Nunes, CEO & LOL,” former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara tweeted about the California Republican's move to lead Donald Trump's tech startup.
The 10-term congressman will be the CEO of the new Trump Media & Technology Group.
The feds were out to get the GOP lawmaker's saucy "alt mom" and sought a gag order to stop Twitter from talking about it, court records reveal.
"The Daily Show" points out the fatal flaw with the common conservative complaint.
The president is also expected to award the medal, the country's highest civilian honor, to another political ally: GOP Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio.
The Trump sycophant demanded to know why Republicans don't "just say we’re not going to accept the results of this election."
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) encouraged his Twitter followers to switch social media platforms for “free speech,” but was called out for trying to silence a parody Twitter account that mocks him.
The GOP member of Congress raised eyebrows with his rallying cry, given his lawsuit to silence a Twitter parody account that pretends to be his cow.
The conservative congressman's attorney says the case against snarky Devin Nunes' Cow has hit a "dead end."
Josh Meyers also ripped GOP Rep. Devin Nunes with his impersonation of the California governor.
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) described the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on California’s homeless population by comparing it to a “zombie apocalypse.”
The California Republican also said homeless people might have protection because "if you’re outside in the outdoors, you’re social distancing."
Donald Trump takes center stage in "The Daily Show" montage of conservatives who for weeks dismissed the threat of the coronavirus.
His irresponsible suggestion followed NIAID Director Anthony Fauci's plea to Americans to reduce social interactions during the coronavirus outbreak.
The California Republican just keeps bringing it up. Why?
Rep. Devin Nunes’ hometown paper scorched his “obsession” with Donald Trump and endorsed his Democratic challenger in the 2020 elections.
The Fresno Bee editorial board said Nunes “has proven time and again that supporting the president is his priority."