“Trump Humiliates America With A Tantrum Announcing His Own Dishonest Media Awards”


POLITICUS USA

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“Tweet new year: Trump launches barrage of taunts and threats”


POLITICO

“President Donald Trump used his first full work day in 2018 to rekindle one of his favorite political pastimes from 2017: throwing haymakers on Twitter.

The president returned to his full combative form Tuesday after arriving in Washington the day prior from a holiday stay in Mar-a-Lago, taunting news outlets with the prospect of awarding them for their “dishonest & corrupt” coverage, threatening on social media to curb U.S. aid to Palestinians, calling for the jailing of former Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin, and publicly competing with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un over the size of their nuclear buttons.” MORE

“Carl Bernstein: This is the Trump story reporters need to cover”


CNN

“Republicans in Congress, the highest of intelligence officials, the highest of military officers in our country, leaders of the business community — all of whom have dealt with the White House, and many of them dealt personally with Donald Trump — have come to believe that he is unfit for the presidency,” Bernstein told CNN’s Brian Stelter on Sunday.

He said those people are “raising the very question of his stability and his mental fitness.”  MORE

“The most regrettable comic book villains and who they resemble in the Trump administration”


SALON

A compendium of failed baddies, “The Legion of Regrettable Supervillains” is straight out of Trump’s White House

“Trump’s ruined credibility: What happens when the White House just can’t be trusted?”


SALON

“This presidency is fake and failed”: Mika Brzezinski no longer has hope in Donald Trump”


SALON

MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” has been somewhat cozy with the new president, but no one could say that this morning 03-06-2017

“Rita Dove: “The first thing that goes when a government becomes a tyranny are words”


SALON

Salon talks to poet Rita Dove about why degrading language and the arts threatens democracy and humanity

Salon talks to poet Rita Dove about why degrading language and the arts threatens democracy and humanity