Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is holding a Monday night town hall meeting on Fox News.
The hour-long event is being anchored by Fox News’ Bret Baier, of “Special Report” and Martha MacCallum of “The Story.”
The event is being held in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Internet smacks down Trump aide after he refers to California as an ‘occupied territory’
On Tuesday, senior White House aide Joe Grogan took a swipe at the state of California as he and the President landed in Los Angeles to be briefed on preparations for the 2028 Olympic Games.
Just landed in California. POTUS power swing through occupied territory. ? https://t.co/3juICy6NHN
— Joe Grogan (@joegrogan45) February 19, 2020
Right-wing Candace Owens claims on Fox News that Bernie Sanders is the ‘best racist on the left’
Conservative commentator Candace Owens told Fox News host Laura Ingraham on her Monday broadcast that Bernie Sanders is "the best racist on the left" as she compared the Democratic candidate to Lyndon Johnson, a president who signed landmark civil rights legislation of the 1960s.
"The good racist — the best racist on the left, by the way — is Bernie Sanders, because he pretends to be their friend. He lies to black America's face," Owens said of the frontrunner in national polls among the candidates vying for the Democratic nomination. "He knows he is going to be the one like Lyndon Baines Johnson. He's Lyndon Baines Johnson 2.0, who is going to enact policies that are going to harm black America for the next 100 years when he smiles in their faces."
Trump meddled in a lot more than just the Stone case — he’s also using his DOJ to play favorites among corporations
Trump’s effort to influence the outcome of the prosecution of his buddy Roger Stone represents another threat to the rule of law in the United States. Yet it is not just the rule of criminal law that is endangered. The Trump Administration has also been meddling with civil law, particularly in the area of antitrust.
This has been going on for a while. Early in his administration, the Trump Justice Department sought to block AT&T’s acquisition of Time Warner, mainly, it appears, because the president wanted to get back at Time Warner subsidiary CNN for its negative coverage of him. Even after a federal court ruled in favor of AT&T and allowed it to close the deal, Justice continued its legal crusade. A year ago, some critics were arguing that Trump’s actions with regard to AT&T amounted to an impeachable offense.