On Friday, CBS’s Stephen Colbert mocked President Donald Trump’s trip to Paris.
Colbert said that he was going only because he wanted to see a big military parade after his own planned parade was canceled.
Trump is going to Paris to celebrate the 100th-anniversary of the end World War I.
“In honor of America’s service in the Great War, we are sending our greatest doughboy,” he joked.
— The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) November 10, 2018
‘This is bad news for Trump’: Morning Joe drops bombshell on president over blowback from impeachment trial
Referring to a new poll that shows Donald Trump is losing to virtually every Democrat who is running for their party's presidential nomination, the panel on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" suggested the president may survive impeachment but not the 2020 election.
"Why don't we see what the American people are thinking about these proceeding, because when you listen to Republicans, they will tell you that this has just been -- that Nancy Pelosi mishandled this, Adam Schiff mishandled it," host Scarborough began. "That the American people are angry and this is going to help Donald Trump and help the Republicans so much. Poll after poll after poll shows that to be a lie."
‘Biggest loss of clean water protection the country has ever seen’: Trump guts safeguards for US streams and wetlands
"This all-out assault on basic safeguards will send our country back to the days when corporate polluters could dump whatever sludge or slime they wished into the streams and wetlands that often connect to the water we drink."
The Trump administration is set to continue its corporate friendly assault on U.S. environmental regulations Thursday by finalizing a rule that will allow companies, landowners, and property developers—including golf course owners like the president—to dump pesticides and other pollutants directly into many of the nation's streams and wetlands, potentially threatening the drinking water of millions of Americans.
Republican officials attacking Trump’s impeachment appear stumped when asked a simple question
A group of Republican attorneys general sent a letter on Wednesday pleading with the Senate to reject the impeachment articles of President Donald Trump sent by the House.
They argued that both the articles of impeachment are “legally flawed and factually insufficient, as well as inherently destructive of separation of powers, the Senate should explicitly reject them to protect both the institution of the Presidency and the Constitution.”