Another one of President Donald Trump’s schedules was leaked to the media and pundits are scrutinizing the president over his use of unstructured executive time.
During MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace show, conservative Charlie Sykes ripped Trump for having a comfy relationship with North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un.
Trump tweeted that he plans on having another summit with Kim Jong-Un.
The Media is not giving us credit for the tremendous progress we have made with North Korea. Think of where we were at the end of the Obama Administration compared to now. Great meeting this week with top Reps. Looking forward to meeting with Chairman Kim at end of February!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 20, 2019
“This is just galling,” Wallace said.
“When it comes down to it, this is not a real-estate opportunity. North Korea is a totalitarian government,” Sykes said
He then wondered what Trump and Kim Jong-Un did during “executive time.”
“What? During the executive time they have pillow talks?” he asked.
“Not sure maybe they write love letters,” Wallace responded.
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Trump says he could win Afghanistan war ‘in a week’ by wiping country ‘off the face of the Earth’
President Donald Trump said that he could win the war in Afghanistan in a week if the country was "wiped off the face of the Earth."
Trump made the remarks on Monday during a meeting with Pakistan Prime Minsister Imran Khan, according to a White House pool report.
“I could win that war in a week," Trump reportedly said. "I don’t want to kill 10 million people. Afghanistan could be wiped off the face of the Earth. I don’t want to go that route.”
Just in, Trump’s comments on Afgahanistan, via pooler @DavidNakamura: “I could win that war in a week. I don’t want to kill 10 million people. Afghanistan could be wiped off the face of the earth. I don’t want to go that route.”
Meghan McCain snaps at Sunny Hostin for daring to disagree with her about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
Meghan McCain slammed President Donald Trump for hurling racist abuse at four Democratic congresswomen to heighten divisions in his rival party, and then framed the debate in the exact same way he has.
The conservative co-host on "The View" condemned the president's statements urging the four first-year lawmakers to return to their home countries as racist, and then complained that one of their chiefs of staff had accused moderate Democrats of turning a blind eye to racism.
"I think the politics of this is fascinating," McCain began. "We spent our entire week last week talking about how racist and xenophobic the original comments and the chants were, and I stand by that statement."
Here’s the insidious role Sean Hannity played in derailing Al Franken’s political career
The U.S. Senate lost one of its most prominent liberals when Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota, dogged by sexual harassment allegations, announced his resignation in December 2017. Some of Franken’s defenders believed the Democratic Party was too quick to throw him under the bus; other Democrats stressed that in light of the #MeToo movement, his resignation was absolutely necessary. Franken’s political downfall is the subject of an in-depth report by the New Yorker’s Jane Mayer, who describes — among many other things — the role that Fox News’ Sean Hannity played in the media firestorm.