The behavior of this president "ought to concern anyone that cares about the honest workings of government,” warns a Reagan administration official.
In an interview before his UK trip, he also says Theresa May bungled Brexit, he backs Boris Johnson and he'll tell Prince Charles the U.S. climate is "cleanest."
"Yes, Mr. Trump, sir, thank you for another sweet breath of freedom gas," he imagines the vice president telling his boss.
There's "high anxiety" everywhere about a president who has "legitimized hate" in our political culture, the former Watergate reporter argues in a podcast interview.
Trump likes “strong-arm” leaders in “close to fascist-type societies dominated by the executive," Rep. Gregory Meeks says.
"We should be taxing the soaring profits of our own multinational corporations and using the revenues to help working-class households," Jeffrey Sachs wrote.
A lawsuit accuses JBS Swift Beef of violating federal discharge permit by dumping illegal levels of slaughterhouse waste for years.
"You’re becoming the judge and jury," complained Graham, who said in the late '90s that ignoring a congressional subpoena was an impeachable offense.
"Some of you will join the fight on the Korean Peninsula ... where North Korea continues to threaten the peace," the vice president said.
"No other bank would lend him money. We want to understand that relationship," the congresswoman tells Chris Hayes.
"Highly sensitive classified information ... if publicly released would put our national security at risk,” Coats said in a statement.