Shortly after news broke that Devon Arthurs, an 18-year-old Muslim convert and former white supremacist, killed two of his friends for attacking his new faith, more details have been revealed surrounding the murders.
As many Americans ponder the prospect of Donald Trump being removed from office, they should take a deep breath and look at what a President Mike Pence and Republican Congress are likely to do if the disrupter-in-chief is sent packing.
The education secretary promoted school choice policies for two decades as a conservative activist and Republican campaign donor, and the billionaire was behind the inter-district choice policy that disrupted neighborhood attendance zones starting in 2000.
President Donald Trump made a significant gaffe on Monday when he angrily told reporters that he never told Russia that Israel was the source for a key piece of classified information — thus inadvertently confirming that Israel was the source.
Betsy DeVos faced widespread disapproval before her confirmation as education secretary — and now that she’s been on the job for three months, her critics say their concerns about her have been realized.
The resistance has sparked endless right-wing speculation since Trump took office about who might be behind the movement. But with support for impeachment steadily increasing, many of the president’s die-hard supporters are struggling to explain the chaos that has engulfed Washington.