In a brief battle over exactly how much Donald Trump loves Vladimir Putin (is it just a lot or more than he loves his own children?), Trump offered the most infantile, absolutely incredible retort of his campaign thus far. Specifically, Trump went with the tried and true, “I know you are, but what am I?”
About two-thirds of the way into tonight’s debate, Chris Wallace finally brought up the many sexual assault allegations against Donald Trump that have been cropping up over the past week. Trump’s response: What women?
Twenty-six debates. After tonight, we will have suffered a total of 26 presidential and primary debates. I truly thought we’d be all be dead by now.
At this point, it’s common knowledge that Donald Trump isn’t exactly one for studying, but even the Donald has to prepare a little. Which is why now, for the first time ever, we’re giving you an inside look at Trump headquarters as his team readies their candidate for tonight’s debate.
Here’s how this debate is going to go:
We know where Donald Trump stands on pussy grabbing (for). We know where Hillary Clinton stands on drinking water (against). What we don’t know, however, is where either candidate stands on the biggest issue of the election: Vapers’ rights.
When asked by Martha Raddatz to describe exactly when his behavior supposedly changed for the better, Trump decided to answer a different question. What the imaginary question was is anyone’s guess, but the answer was, apparently, that there has never been “anyone in the history of politics who has been as abusive to…
In the very beginning of tonight’s debate, Anderson Cooper asked him about the tape’s released on Friday when Trump stated that he likes to grab women “by the pussy.” Trump’s response:
Party members are calling on him to drop out, his biggest, craziest supporters have turned their backs on him, and millions of people across the country listened to him boast about grabbing women “by the pussy.” Donald Trump is living in a garish, gold-trimmed hell—and from now until tonight’s debate, we’ll be…
Under the guise of showing off the last minutes of his debate prep Donald Trump just held a bizarre, three-minute press conference in which four women who have prominently accused the Clintons of wrongdoing related to sexual violence flanked him, two on either side. Each woman was then allowed one sentence before…
It’s not an easy time to be a Trump supporter. After all, the globalists are about to get their way, their once invincible champion has fallen at the hands of Billy Bush, and Truth as they know it as good as dead. The alt-right wingnuts are in panic mode, and the view is phenomenal.
After Donald Trump’s disaster of a debate performance last week, you’d think he’d be happy to get any sort of positive press at all. But according to multiple people citing sources close to the campaign—Donald Trump is furious at being outperformed by Mike Pence.
Tonight at 9 p.m., two men who are probably never going to be president will spend 90 minutes speaking to each other in firm yet respectful tones. I haven’t been able to sleep in weeks.
According to an article in this morning’s New York Times, Donald Trump’s advisers are hoping to prepare him “more rigorously” for his next showdown with Hillary—or, more to the point, they’re going to try to prepare him. Apparently, teaching Donald Trump to debate as almost as hard as getting an egomaniacal, coked-up…
The first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is tonight at 9pm ET, 6pm PT. And while every broadcast network will be airing the debate commercial-free, cordcutters might be wondering how to watch without a traditional TV connection. Well, we’ve got you covered.
When seeking insights into how to make our nation’s press corps more honest and effective, I turn to one source: the guy who was the official mouthpiece responsible for lying our nation into the Iraq War.
As the title suggests, the upcoming stupid-ass movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will feature Batman and Superman opposing each other, at least for a while, before they inevitably come together to form what will become the Justice League of America. I do not follow this garbage film franchise, because it is…
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