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Former national security adviser John Bolton says President Donald Trump spends an inordinate amount of time watching television rather than working in the Oval Office.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb made a concerning distinction between the first and second waves on CBS' "Face The Nation."
"Ivanka’s portfolio only covers photobombing and lots of vacations," said one wag.
“I don’t like the way that he tweets, some of the things that he says, his word choices at times are not my word choices," Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.) said.
"I think part of it is his own insecurity as an imposter," said the House Speaker.
The secretary of state is tying an accusation of "election interference" to Joe Biden.
Other 2020 hopefuls including Amy Klobuchar, Kirsten Gillibrand and Elizabeth Warren have proposed measures to clamp down on the pharmaceutical industry.
The 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful said she's a capitalist who supports markets that “have a cop on the beat.”
In a "Face the Nation" interview, Pompeo refused to engage in discussion on the story, calling it "silly" and unworthy of a response.
Rose was fired by CBS following allegations of sexual misconduct.
The ''Late Show" host defends "Face the Nation" in a rapid-fire rant.
Might be nice to hear from someone who’s not a rich political celebrity for a change.
Debates about inaugural crowd size drowned out more weighty matters.
Clinton Foundation Should Stay Open
The shows could have spent time examining the unflattering examples of Donald Trump caught telling lies about Sept. 11, exaggerating about 9/11 and just being wildly inappropriate while discussing Sept. 11. But the Sunday shows didn't do that this week.
For months, I have endured the television coverage of Donald Trump. And for months, I have gritted my teeth and dared to look at the screen, partly because, as a diehard Democrat, I feel the need to be informed, and partly because I want to make sure I'm actually hearing what I think I'm hearing.