The New York Times recently published a lengthy postmortem on the effects that the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails and the bureau’s investigation into Donald Trump’s alleged ties to Russia
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The unsigned Iran deal actually legitimizes Iran’s nuclear aspirations by condoning its enrichment of uranium. Iran continues its ballistic missile tests.
The progressive media, and their left-wing allies, have been on an endless binge of Trump-bashing that began even before he took office as president.
The leftist mainstream media are outraged that President Donald Trump appears to be sticking to his campaign promise to “cancel” U.S. participation in the Paris climate accord.
Obama’s foreign policy failures could become more and more apparent over time, exposing how Obama diminished United States power into that of a paper tiger.
In a recent opinion column for The Washington Post, former United Nations ambassador and national security advisor to Barack Obama, Susan Rice, had the temerity to lecture President Donald Trump about telling the truth.
Another issue that is raising concern is how Trump is doing on foreign policy and national security matters. Does President Trump need additional assistance in vetting his nominees?
The idea that the so-called mainstream press somehow stands above its own vested interests, or, put another way, against their own agenda, is laughable.
“Unbeknownst to most Americans, Obama is the first ex-president to lead a political organization for the explicit purpose of sabotaging his successor.”
The Obama administration did go to the FISA court to gain permission to spy, electronically eavesdrop, or wiretap some elements of Trump’s campaign.
We think it is important to remember Breitbart’s legacy, as his name is heard often these days, and his influence looms large.
CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, in his February 20 show “Wolf,” repeatedly attempted to bait the secretary general of NATO into criticizing Trump for his promise to insist that NATO allies must pay their fair share of the “common defense.”
Now that Trump has gained office, the media’s fact-checkers have whipped themselves into a frenzy, reporting on every minor misstep that he might make.
The same political forces that swept Trump to victory in 2016 will likely come out again. Not only is Trump in good position to win re-election, but next time it could be a real electoral landslide.
The media have continued a double standard in their coverage of presidential executive power.
The mainstream media continue their misleading reporting about President Donald Trump’s executive order: they have clearly chosen a side in the debate about the travel pause, and are willing to deceive their audience.
While the media continue to champion the legacy of former President Barack Obama, some of his signature policies are rapidly being ended or overturned by his successor, President Donald J. Trump.
Although President Obama acted friendly toward Trump, behind the scenes he left him with a number of policy landmines that our new President must confront.
When White House counsel Kellyanne Conway said on NBC News that the White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, had presented the press with “alternative facts,” the press immediately concluded that alternative facts were, in fact, lies.
Iran’s belligerence, and the deceit from both Iran and the Obama administration, amounts to a very challenging mess for the incoming Trump administration.
As we look back on 2016, we would like to highlight some of the American media’s worst abuses that occurred during the past year, including coverage of the very divisive election campaign.
No matter how many times it is disproved, members of the Obama administration and the liberal media continue to claim that President Obama has overseen a scandal-free executive branch during his two terms in office.
One largely overlooked scandal that ties together the Clintons, Barack Obama and the media’s willful blindness is the Gulftainer scandal.
New York Times columnist Jim Rutenberg suggested reporters abandon their objectivity and engage in “oppositional” journalism, because Donald Trump was “an abnormal and potentially dangerous candidate.”
Hillary Clinton conceded, yet the left, who were so outraged by Trump’s position, are now the Election Results Deniers.
With the media in meltdown over their failure to prevent Donald Trump from winning the presidency, the issue of ‘fake news’ has become an urgent concern.
Speaking to the press in his first press conference since the election, President Obama maintained that he is leaving the White House and America in as good a shape as possible.
What is remarkable about Trump’s victory is what he had to overcome to win. Besides the media, two former Republican presidents, Google, , Pope Francis, pollsters, a money gap…
The fix was in. It had to be to protect President Obama as well, who knowingly exchanged emails with Hillary on her private server.
October certainly lived up to its reputation as being a month for surprises in this year’s presidential election, especially for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.