Donald Trump is the perfect tabloid president: He was literally made famous, in his early years, by the New York tabloids, and has ridden that all the way to the White House, where he keeps on manufacturing tabloid stories.
Like an ignored sibling during a birthday party, Fox News host Tucker Carlson is here to remind women, "What about me?"
When writing stories about Nazis, there are a few questions that are worth asking. For example, what is it that makes someone want to follow an ideology that led to the death of millions of people in Europe? Why is there hate? Does the subject realize that by following an arbitrary list of physical and genetic characteristics, one can easily possess one that could cause them to become the pariah in a genocidal and fascistic mindset? Should Americans punch them?
Richard Spencer often gets a pass within media circles.
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer got the last laugh during Sunday night’s Emmy broadcast when he made a surprise appearance, but not everyone is enjoying the joke.
Two days ago, right-wing radio host Rush Limbaugh said that Hurricane Irma’s news coverage was a ploy to create “fear and panic,” and predicted that the storm probably wouldn’t impact the major population centers of South Florida.
A Pennsylvania man who asked a terrible question at a town hall event held by Sen. Pat Toomey found that the worst response isn’t derision — it’s arrest.
The perfect anecdote to describe Ivanka Trump, President Donald Trump’s daughter and trusted advisor, comes from her youth. When she was a child, the Trump scion set up a lemonade stand in her mansion’s cul-de-sac, and when no one passed by to drink the lemonade, her family’s domestic workers “dug deep for their spare change.”
President Donald Trump is in a no-win situation, and it’s all of his own making.