“How Democrats Are Responding to Trump: A Closer Look”


CARTOON


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“Even Trump’s Own Supreme Court Nominee Is Distancing Himself From The Failing President”


POLITICUS USA

President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch has confirmed that he called Trump's attack on the judiciary branch of the US government disheartening and demoralizing.

President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch has confirmed that he called Trump’s attack on the judiciary branch of the US government disheartening and demoralizing.

“Trump uses power of the presidency to shill for Ivanka’s merchandise”


THINK PROGRESS

Trump took to Twitter to attack Nordstrom for dropping his daughter’s products.

Trump took to Twitter to attack Nordstrom for dropping his daughter’s products.

“It will not get better”: Former Bush administration official has a warning about President Trump’s administration”


SALON

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“Gorsuch calls Trump’s judge attacks ‘demoralizing’ and ‘disheartening’


POLITICO

Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch meets with Sen. Richard Blumenthal in Blumenthal's office on February 8. | Getty

Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch meets with Sen. Richard Blumenthal in Blumenthal’s office on February 8. | Getty

“Senator Schumer: Sessions ‘doesn’t belong there’ in AG office”


MADDOW BLOG

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer talks with Rachel Maddow about the aspects of Jeff Sessions's record and disposition that disqualify him for the position of attorney general, and condemns his Republican colleagues for being afraid to stand up to Donald ...

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer talks with Rachel Maddow about the aspects of Jeff Sessions’s record and disposition that disqualify him for the position of attorney general, and condemns his Republican colleagues for being afraid to stand up to Donald …

CARTOON


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“Trump Aide Derided Islam, Immigration And Diversity, Embraced An Anti-Semitic Past”


HUFFINGTON POST

A National Security Council staffer revealed his “America first” worldview in a March 2016 essay, written under a pseudonym.

A National Security Council staffer revealed his “America first” worldview in a March 2016 essay, written under a pseudonym.