On Oct. 14, CBS's "60 Minutes" aired an interview with President Donald Trump - rare for its status as having appeared outside of Fox News or conservative media.
The film is the shocking true story of the investigation and trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell - his 30 year killing spree and the political and media establishment that tried to cover it up. Originally investigated for illegal prescription drug sales, a raid by DEA, FBI & local law enforcement revealed crimes they could not have expected within the clinic.
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In an excerpt from her new book out today, the Fox News host shares a blunt assessment of a man 'dismissed, ridiculed and maligned' by the 'smart people'
At a Heritage Foundation reception during the Reagan years, a pretty young blonde woman walked up to me one evening and brazenly told me that I would look better if I shaved off my mustache.
Don't tell former FBI general counsel James Baker that those now-infamous discussions about secretly recording President Donald Trump and using the tapes to remove him from office were a joke.
In an excerpt from her new book out today, the Fox News host shares a blunt assessment of a man 'dismissed, ridiculed and maligned' by the 'smart people' You would have thought that the "political experts" who failed to understand, let alone predict, the rise of Donald Trump in 2016 might have learned something by now.
Despite the hundreds of hours of media reports about the number of times Trump played golf, staff turnover at the White House, his television viewing habits, and of course the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller, we see that the American public is generally feeling better about the direction of the country and their own lives. It turns out that Donald Trump's style - at times brash, unconventional, and even unpredictable - is largely irrelevant to voters who just want more control over their own lives, more money in their pockets - a shot at a better life.
New Supreme Court Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh has made good on his pledge to hire women to serve as his law clerks, becoming the first justice to have an all-female staff.
Hundreds of anti-Kavanaugh protesters flooded the Senate office buildings Thursday to scream at senators, chant, sing and hold signs. One of the acts of protest that occurred was a large sit-in held in the Hart Senate office building. Approximately 300 protesters gathered together in a large atrium and chanted anti-Kavanaugh slogans at one another. There were two well-known celebrities that joined them.
For the first time since Donald Trump entered the political fray, I find myself grateful that he's in it. I'm reluctant to admit it and astonished to say it, especially since the president mocked Christine Blasey Ford in his ugly and gratuitous way at a rally on Tuesday. Perhaps it's worth unpacking this admission for those who might be equally astonished to read it.
I have wobbled back and forth on the idea of supporting President Donald Trump in 2020. I opposed him in 2016 and voted third-party. The candidate I supported, Evan McMullin, has, like so many others, abandoned all his values as his hatred of Trump poisons his conscience. I dare say the worst mistake in my life was not when I climbed a mountain only to remember I was scared of heights, or when I played with a scalpel that nearly cut off my finger as a kid. It was voting for McMullin.