“Brett was a sloppy drunk, and I know because I drank with him.”
Unlike the 11 Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, she’s a woman.
Brock Long took government-owned vehicles, driven by government workers, back and forth from Washington, D.C. to North Carolina.
In a bellicose speech in New York on the same day as Trump’s unilateralist address to the UN, Bolton expressed his hatred of diplomacy.
At the U.N., the president attacks both Christine Ford and Deborah Ramirez, either going off message or revealing a scorched-earth strategy.The Cut
“We have a lot to lose if we put a time limit on telling the truth about sexual assault.”The Cut
For the 2004 assault of Andrea Constand.
The president offers a personal testimony for his Supreme Court nominee’s youthful chastity and respect for women.The Cut
“Didn’t expect that reaction, but okay.”
The deputy AG was reportedly prepared to resign — and jeopardize the Mueller probe — because he didn’t want Trump to attack him on Twitter.
Women are expanding the boundaries of what kinds of stories must be taken seriously.
Once defined by his loathing for Trump, Lindsey Graham is now all-in for the president. Why?