Shocking and divisive comments from the president and his allies are laid bare in the "Daily Show" montage.
Here’s proof that most things for President Donald Trump are “beautiful”.
Colbert, Kimmel and Meyers demolished the President’s latest claim he can end a constitutional right to citizenship with an executive order.
But fewer than one-quarter say he discourages his supporters from acting violently.
President's son cranks up insulting rhetoric after bombs were mailed to his father's opponents.
At the end of a long campaign decided by fewer than 110,000 votes (slightly larger than the size of a major college football
When Donald Trump refers to "the African Americans," his use of the word "the" attempts to put black Americans into one monolithic category. The "the" becomes a code, a signal that he distances himself from an entire group.
As already noted, the outsized examples we've seen this election cycle makes such behavior fair game for moral lessons delivered in lectures, editorials or sermons. My only problem with such moralizing is that it might be letting one party - all of us - off the hook.
In Donald Trump's 2005 hot mic conversation with entertainment reporter Billy Bush, he confessed to kissing women and grabbing their genitals without their consent.
This doesn't make Clinton and Trump any more or less disinterested in close-at-hand human beings than were previous aspirants