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Ken Cuccinelli said the famous poem inscribed in the moment is about “people coming from Europe.”
"Late Show" host finds an awkward moment on "Fox & Friends."
Trump stokes racism that "leads to violence," the ex-congressman says as the president offers "thoughts and prayers" in tardy tweet.
Ilhan Omar used a trip to Ghana to fire back at President Donald Trump after he told her to “go back” to where she came from.
"We need to get him out of office," the singer-songwriter added in a scathing interview.
“Pundits will be watching and waiting for chants of ‘send them/her back,'" the newspaper warned in an editorial.
Committee Chair Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) wants the names of Customs and Border Protection employees in the groups and any disciplinary records.
Shrugging off allegations of bigotry, the president said in a C-SPAN interview that "everybody’s called a racist now.”
The Emmy-nominated parodist pans the president's "race-baiting" with a catchy tune.
"I firmly distance myself from that, " the German chancellor said of the president's racist attacks on four members of Congress who are women of color.
Dan Le Batard called out ESPN's "cowardly" and "weak-ass" policy discouraging hosts from discussing politics.
A roughly equal share of his opponents disagree.
President Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Greenville, North Carolina turned into an attack on Reps. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) and Ilhan Omar (D-MN).
"I’m not dishonoring the office – he does, every day," said the Democratic lawmaker, the first black woman to represent Massachusetts in Congress.
Late night comics snapped at President Donald Trump for saying that he can’t be racist because he doesn’t have a racist bone in his body.
The late night shows went after President Donald Trump after he said that he can’t be racist because he doesn’t have a racist bone in his body.
"To condemn a racist president is not enough, we must impeach him," the Texas Democrat said.
The Democratic senator said the president is "trying to stir up as much hatred and dissension in this country as possible."
"I go by what people do, not what other people say about them," the White House counselor said.
Comics turned serious and called out President Donald Trump for his series of racist tweets directed at four congresswomen of color.