Why Mike Pompeo smirked when asked if North Korea executed negotiators

No wonder Mike Pompeo awkwardly laughed or, as it was described by some observers, “smirked,” when asked about the reports of the execution of four of the people with whom Mr. Trump and Mr. Pompeo had been negotiating a few shorts months ago.

Trump says he’ll give Americans the ‘best healthcare ever’ — but only if Republicans win in 2020

President Donald Trump appears to be holding a healthcare plan hostage unless Americans vote for Republicans in 2020.
Councilman Leonard Mendoza

Conference for local officials devolves into fist-fight — and one councilman in the hospital

A conference for local-government officials began with cooler heads, but it devolved into an outright brawl.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Donald Trump

Trump goes off on Fox News for interviewing Pete Buttigieg

President Donald Trump unleashed on Fox Newsman Chris Wallace for having the temerity to ask another presidential candidate questions ahead of the 2020 election.
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House Democrats could penalize those who won’t comply with subpoena by cutting their department’s funding

President Donald Trump has ordered his top aides and department chiefs to refuse to comply with any subpoenas from House members seeking to do additional investigations in wake of the special counsel’s report. The Democrats have a plan...

‘Eric the Slack-jawed and Princess Ivanka’: Rick Wilson hilariously pummels the entire Trump family –and the GOPers who worship them

"Don Jr. is the current heir apparent, already emulating the King in every tangible way. He’s behind on wives and mistresses, but he’s got time.”

‘Wrong on so many levels’: Trump’s own appointee for top ICE post called him ‘heartless’

Even President Donald Trump’s appointees are railing against his cruel policies. An Axios exclusive Sunday revealed Trump’s nominee to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement called the president out over email.

‘LIE LIE LIE LIE’: George Conway expertly eviscerates Trump’s attack on Amash point-by-lying-point

As one might suspect, the husband of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway is in his glory after fellow conservative, Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) accused Donald Trump of impeachable offenses.

Deutsche Bank analysts recommended Feds investigate possible Trump and Kushner money-laundering in 2016: report

In a bombshell report, the New York Times states that Deutsche Bank higher-ups buried warnings back in 2016 that Donald Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner appeared to be engaging in money-laundering.

Conservative rains holy hell on ‘Republican grovelers and quivering sycophants’ who are fleeing Amash to defend Trump

“Why are Republicans such quivering sycophants, willing to lie and debase themselves in support of an unpopular president who is repudiating many of the principles they have spent their lives advancing?”

Are ExxonMobil execs the most evil people in the 200,000-year history of humanity?

Internal ExxonMobil documents show that the company’s scientists predicted in 1982 that by 2020, parts per million of carbon dioxide in earth’s atmosphere would reach 410-420 ppm. For the first time this spring ppm of CO2 exceeded 415.

‘Unfathomable evil’: Trump’s proposed plan to pardon war criminals provokes massive backlash

Progressives, human rights advocates, and journalists responded with outrage on Saturday to a New York Times report that President Donald Trump “has requested the immediate preparation of paperwork needed to pardon several American military members accused or convicted of war crimes.”

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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) speaks during a press conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., November 30, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts