Brendan Skwire

Nadler tears into Trump and Bill Barr for refusing to show up to House hearing: He will soon 'face a reckoning'

House Judiciary Chair Jerry Nadler (D-NY) tore into President Trump and Attorney General Bill Barr for his refusal to provide the committee with documents and testimony related to Mueller report, saying he was paving the way for a “dictatorship” — and adding Barr would soon “face a reckoning” if he didn’t cooperate.

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Joe Biden shuts down Fox News reporter's 'gotcha' question on Obama's lack of endorsement

Former Vice President and presidential candidate Joe Biden explained to a scrum of reporters waiting for him in Delaware why he had specifically asked President Barack Obama not to endorse his candidacy.

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Watch: CNN resurfaces 1998 interview to nail Bill Barr for being a hypocritical partisan hack

CNN’s Jim Sciutto and Poppy Harlow brutally mocked Attorney General Bill Barr for being a partisan hack after a newly unearthed interview shows him harshly criticizing then Attorney General Janet Reno for not defending Whitewater independent counsel Kenneth Starr — a very different response than Barr had for special counsel Robert Mueller.

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Watch: Trump delivers 'surreal' address to lawn full of Easter egg-hunting children

Speaking to children and families from the balcony at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll, President Donald Trump delivered a truly bizarre address, touting his own popularity with the nation’s egg producers and bragging about his handling of the economy at an event for people not yet old enough to recite the alphabet without assistance.

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Sarah Sanders goes on Fox News to lie again as she rants about April Ryan wanting to cut her head off

Exposed as a liar by the Mueller report, Sarah Sanders visited Fox News on Monday and continued to lie, this time about CNN reporter April Ryan, who Sanders falsely accused of making death threats. Ryan, clearly speaking metaphorically, said last week that the White House needed to “start lopping the heads off” after the Mueller report showed the depth of incompetence, chaos, and corruption under President Donald Trump’s administration.

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Watch: Barr storms out of press conference after reporter hammers him over generous interpretation of Mueller report

Attorney General Bill Barr got visibly agitated at his Thursday press conference, as CBS News’ Paula Reid hammered him over his interpretation of the Mueller report, which she characterized as “quite generous to the president.”

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Alan Dershowitz tried to 'bait' Epstein accuser into court — but she 'preempted him' by suing him first: Miami Herald reporter

Julie Brown, investigative reporter for the Miami Herald, told CNN on Wednesday that Alan Dershowitz, lawyer for convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, had been trying to “bait” the woman accusing him of defamation into court for years — but she “preempted him” by suing first.

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‘It represents sociopathy’: This ‘damning clip’ of Trump made a former GOP congressman visibly disgusted

Former Florida Republican congressman David Jolly told MSNBC on Friday that President Donald Trump's proposal to release immigrants into so-called sanctuary cities was more than just "petty and cruel" -- it showed he was a true "sociopath."

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Watch: Dem congressman kicks off Barr hearing with expert tear down of AG's abysmal DOJ management

House Appropriations subcommittee chair José Serrano (D-NY) opened Tuesday’s congressional budget hearing with Attorney General Bill Barr by slamming the Department of Justice and calling into question the attorney general’s integrity.

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READ IT: AG Barr just sent sent Congress a new letter about the Mueller report

Attorney General Bill Barr has sent Congress a new letter detailing his plans to release the Mueller report.

Carl Bernstein: Trump is already talking up retribution when we haven't even seen Mueller's report

Washington Post reporter Carl Bernstein told CNN on Monday that President Donald Trump is already planning his revenge on his "perceived enemies" even though Americans have yet to see the Mueller report, which found no collusion in the Trump presidential campaign's contacts with Russia.

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2020 hopeful Pete Buttigieg destroys GOP ‘scare tactics’ about socialism

Democratic presidential candidate and mayor of South Bend, Indiana, Pete Buttigieg explained to The View’s Ana Navarro how the Republican Party manipulates Americans with the boogeyman of “socialism,” using their opposition to the Affordable Care Act as Exhibit A.

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Mueller might be saving the indictment of Trump's kids for his final act: Ex-Watergate prosecutor

Former Watergate prosecutor Jill Wine Banks in a Friday appearance on MSNBC cautioned against too much speculation about the impending Mueller report, but added that if the special counsel was going to indict any of President Donald Trump's adult children, there's a good reason why it would be one of 'the very last things' on his to-do list.

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This is how Trump finally figured out the biggest threat to his presidency — and it's not Mueller: NYT reporter

he New York Times‘ Maggie Haberman told CNN Thursday what’s behind President Donald Trump’s week of hysterics on Twitter. She said the president has finally realized. that he’s in bigger trouble with the Southern District of New York than he is with Robert Mueller, and he’s not happy about it.

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Trump’s attack on John McCain ‘completely emasculated’ Lindsey Graham — who knows he can’t fight back: CNN

CNN political analyst Kirsten Powers said Monday that President Donald Trump's weekend Twitter attack on deceased Senator John McCain weren't just disrespectful to his surviving family -- they were an opportunity for Trump to further emasculate McCain's best friend, Lindsey Graham (R-SC), and by extension the entire Republican Party.

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'Ticking time bombs' like mosque shooter are 'in the United States' -- and they're mainly white nationalists: Terrorism expert

Brian Levin, Director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, told MSNBC on Friday that “ticking time bombs” like the New Zealand mosque shooter were ‘in the United States’ — and that anti-immigrant white nationalists were now a greater threat than Islamic jihadists.

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The View’s Meghan McCain breaks down in tears after panel knocks the GOP's ‘selective outrage’ on anti-Semitism

The View’s Meghan McCain broke down in tears on Thursday after her accusations of anti-Semitism — directed at Minnesota Democratic Congresswoman Ilhan Omar — were rebutted by co-hosts Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin, whose grandfather happened to be Jewish.

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CNN host shocked after GOP senator says it’s ‘perfectly acceptable’ for Trump use DOJ to punish media

CNN’s Jim Sciutto was openly stunned after Louisiana Republican Senator John Kennedy said it was fine with him if President Donald Trump blocked the merger of AT&T-Time Warner because he didn’t like the way he’s covered by CNN, saying the president, like everyone else, has the right to an opinion.

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'I’m a highly-educated woman': The View's Meghan McCain flips out at Joy Behar for trying to explain socialism to her

The View’s Meghan McCain on Thursday launched into another diatribe about her aversion to socialism, after offering uncharacteristic praise for Democratic congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s performance at Michael Cohen’s testimony yesterday before the House Oversight Committee.

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Trump's 'lack of impulse control' is derailing GOP plans to blow up Cohen hearings: Former WH press secretary

Former White House press secretary Joe Lockhart told CNN on Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s utter lack of impulse control was ruining Republican plans to blow up Michael Cohen’s public testimony to Congress.

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The View’s Meghan McCain melts down about Democrats supporting ‘infanticide’ — and gets patiently schooled by Sunny Hostin

Moments after a segment in which Meghan McCain managed to steer a discussion of climate change into an off-the-rails screaming match about the rare instances in which babies survive abortion procedures, The View’s Sunny Hostin schooled her fellow host on the procedure, and why Democrats voted down a Republican bill purporting to deal with the so-called issue.

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Trump uses racist accent to declare the death penalty for drug dealers makes him ‘excited’

In the middle of a speech declaring a national emergency at the U.S.-Mexico border, a sniffling President Donald Trump segued into the details of trade negotiations with China, and said he was ‘most excited’ about language providing for the death penalty for drug dealers. Trump also made a point of imitating Chinese President Xi Jinping’s accent.

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Watch: Kamala Harris busts Trump’s intel chief for talking down to her about countering Russian disinformation attacks

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coates told Senator Kamala Harris that the intelligence community has “no written strategy” with which to counter foreign disinformation campaigns spread through social media, at Tuesday’s hearings held by the Senate Intelligence Committee.

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Roger Stone fumes against his former colleague Jerome Corsi in self-pitying press conference

Roger Stone, close associate of President Donald Trump, held an aggrieved, self-pitying press conference outside his home on Monday, where among other things he told CNN that his colleague Jerome Corsi was lying to special counsel Robert Mueller and that the media was persecuting him.

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The View's Meghan McCain melts down while trying to blame Democrats for the shutdown — and gets summarily schooled

The View’s Meghan McCain lost her temper on Thursday when her dogged efforts to blame President Donald Trump’s shutdown on “both sides” got obliterated by co-host Sunny Hostin, who not-so-calmly explained that the president had “manufactured this nightmare” all on his own.

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Federal courts will run out of money by Friday due to the shutdown — jeopardizing Mueller's probe

CNN justice correspondent Jessica Schneider told CNN on Tuesday that federal courts will begin running out of money on Friday thanks to President Donald Trump’s government shutdown — and that could include special counsel Robert Mueller’s grand jury.

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Fox host bashes ‘inept’ Trump for declaring a national emergency — and here’s why

Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade slammed an “inept” President Donald Trump for threatening to declare a national emergency to get his border wall, saying it would set a precedent that would come back to haunt conservatives.

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The View's Meghan McCain gets destroyed after unhinged rant against Democrats and border security

The View’s Meghan McCain got shut down repeatedly on Wednesday, after she went off on an unhinged rant in which she suggested Democrats not only don’t care about border security, but were “smearing” people who do.

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The View's Meghan McCain insists Michele Bachmann is more likable than Hillary Clinton — and gets immediately schooled

The View’s Meghan McCain clashed with her co-hosts on Tuesday when she compared former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s likability unfavorably to that of former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann.

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Trump’s slavish loyalty to Fox News mocked: ‘Sean Hannity yelled fire and he fell in line’

Retired Pennsylvania Republican Ryan Costello told MSNBC on Thursday that President Donald Trump "fell in line" after Sean Hannity and other right wing media personalities freaked out about border wall funding, and as a result had backed himself into a corner by shutting down the government.

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Expert: Trump can activate an ‘entire parallel legal regime’ - which includes an ‘internet kill switch’

Elizabeth Goitein, co-director of the Liberty and National Security Program at the Brennan Center for Justice and author of a new article on presidential emergency powers published in The Atlantic, told MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Thursday that there is little to no Congressional oversight over those powers, which could allow President Trump to declare martial law and even shut down portions of the internet.

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