President Trump came to the defense of his potential 2020 rival Joe Biden on Sunday, disputing a characterization of the former vice president as a “rabid dog” who “must be beaten to death with a stick.”
President Trump was unconcerned about what is widely characterized as a betrayal of the Kurdish fighters who bore the brunt of the battle against ISIS.
A new poll shows Trump trailing the top Democratic contenders in a hypothetical 2020 general election match-up. The next step for Democrats is a strong debate performance on Sept. 12. Also crucial is a campaign’s follow-through.
“I did the Pocahontas thing. It can be revived. It can be — right?" It’s hard to argue with success, and it worked for Trump, at least in 2016. But Trump seems largely immune to that impulse.
Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday, said President Trump’s administration is running a “campaign of terror” against immigrants.
Former Vice President Joe Biden's botched closing statement at the CNN Democratic debate shows why notes should be allowed.
Trump plan for Mideast peace is the same as his plan for every foreign policy problem: Do what I say and we'll make you rich.
But I don’t think the role of misogyny in Clinton’s defeat was quite so obvious, and Democrats who believe that arguably have overlearned the lesson of 2016. But I call BS on that idea, which ought to have disappeared along with red-tipped Marlboros that don’t show lipstick smudges.
This is a problem because Trump has a habit of saying outrageous, inflammatory and offensive things that he, or his minions, explain away as jokes, or with some variation of “he didn’t mean it.”
Rep. Omar’s failure to focus-group test her description of 9/11 left her open to an attack that is becoming all too common: Language is increasingly deployed to advance an argument rather than convey meaning.
Of all Trump’s many misstatements, exaggerations, empty boasts and slips of the tongue, this one — which Trump has made at least twice before — stands out for its sheer inexplicability.
It says something about contemporary American culture that victimhood is seen as a shortcut to getting ahead in the world, even for someone who already would seem to have things pretty good.
President Trump's nominee for attorney general promises that he will abide by his sense of what is right and will not be susceptible to pressure from the president or from whatever quarter.
President Trump says a border wall with Mexico would help keep drugs from coming across the border. But that's not how the Mexican cartels operate.
Speaker Paul Ryan’s valedictory to the House of Representatives Wednesday perfectly encapsulated all the reasons progressives on social media find him infuriating — almost as infuriating as they find Donald Trump, but for precisely the opposite qualities.
Louis Farrakhan is in the news again, because of links to some of the leaders of the Women’s March, which is planning a reprise in January of the 2017 event that helped kick off the resistance to Donald Trump.
In response to Bob Woodward’s book about the Trump White House, the president has resorted to one of his favorite tactics: an implied threat to bring a libel suit over reporting he doesn’t like.
The Nixon-Kennedy debate taught us the importance of ambient temperature in politics, but what does gender have to do with it?