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WND's coverage of the first debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton -- in which Trump's birtherism came up -- is an example of WND fleeing from the legacy it owns.
Trump Still Not Convinced Obama's Birth Certificate Is Real
With his strong political and religious viewpoints in conjunction with his unwavering honesty, it's no mystery why comedian
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In a letter addressed to Maher, Trump's very professional lawyer said: "Attached hereto is a copy of Mr. Trump's birth certificate
A new Macy’s Kris Kringle-themed holiday ad makes light of Trump’s conspiracy theorist behavior, when Trump, in the role
Is Trump fanning the flames of ignorance simply for personal gain? Is he simply attempting to garner publicity for his new season of The Apprentice? Or does he truly believe that the President of the United States, doesn't deserve an ounce of respect?
"Now we have to figure out about ourselves if we are the type of country where you gain more votes than you lose by associating
On Monday, Republican strategist Karl Rove slammed Perry's interview comments, saying, "You associate yourself with a nutty
From his crusade to uncover President Obama's birth certificate to his own White House aspirations, Donald Trump has certainly
Whatever the reason for Donald Trump's most recent behavior, the price is going to be steep. His status as a cultural icon, political leader and corporate captain are all in jeopardy and probably won't ever recover again.
This was a big week for big distractions. First, there was President Obama's televised press conference to discuss not jobs or Afghanistan or Syria, but the release of his long-form birth certificate. Yes, it's ridiculous that the president should be forced to show his papers to prove his legitimacy -- but couldn't he have sent his lawyer to Hawaii in 2008 and saved us the spectacle of Donald Trump claiming to have "accomplished something really, really important" by being proven dead wrong? Then there was Ben Bernanke's first scheduled press conference, which was largely focused on the threat of inflation rather than the clear and present danger of the ongoing jobs crisis. Brits meanwhile were royally distracted from their country's economic woes by what appeared to be a royal wedding -- although I won't believe it until I see Kate and William's long-form marriage license.
The January shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords gave us pause, and perhaps hope, that we could disagree without being disagreeable. Sadly, our petty national personality appears to have returned.
Playing on people's ignorance and fears of a potential Black president, many opportunists attempt to rise to power themselves. Sadly, Trump is not alone.
Beyond the Obama birther bash, Trump doesn't have a single policy idea that anyone one stage beyond comatose would listen to. But then again, he doesn't have to, there are just too many millions out there that want to believe and think the worst about Obama.
HuffPost's Howard Fineman appeared Wednesday on MSNBC's 'Hardball with Chris Matthews' to discuss the President's release
Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy She also explained that the GOP is "dead serious
Donald Trump made me do it. Those are not words I ever expected to say, but, as Margaret Thatcher once observed, it’s a funny