The Bush-era White House communications director described herself as a “self-loathing former Republican" in a "Late Show" interview with Stephen Colbert.
“Can we play it again?” Wallace requested of the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino video. “Is this a metaphor? Are we done?”
The MSNBC anchor said she'd tested negative for the coronavirus "thus far" and will remain at home until “it’s safe for me to be back at work."
Peggy Noonan wrote that the Democratic vice presidential nominee is "coming across as insubstantial, frivolous" and that her dancing was "embarrassing."
Elizabeth Neumann said she'd flipped on the president after he botched the nation's coronavirus response and his racist rhetoric made her job impossible.
The journalist and "Rage" author commented on Trump's disturbing refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the election.
Don Lemon, Rachel Maddow, Chris Cuomo, Joy Reid and others excoriated the president over the revelations in Bob Woodward's new book.
The MSNBC host told the president: "You are bleeped with your base."
“I have a hunch that every living former president would speak from the same deep well of despair” about Trump's misconduct, the MSNBC host said.
“This was the pick that scared them the most,” the MSNBC host said.