Trump's self-destructive diet: Psychiatrist says unhealthy food choices may affect his mental health

President Donald Trump's well-documented eating habits are far from what a nutritionist would deem ideal. The most powerful man in the world often skips breakfast. When he does eat the most important meal of the day, he opts for bacon, McDonald's Egg McMuffins or "made in the USA" cereals high in sugar.

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Fox News host Jeanine Pirro embraces racist 'replacement' conspiracy theory shared by El Paso shooter

Fox News host Jeanine Pirro appeared to embrace the white supremacist "great replacement" conspiracy theory used by the El Paso, Texas, shooter, during a Wednesday appearance on "The Todd Starnes Show" on Fox Nation.

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Howard Schultz shuts down Meghan McCain's abortion complaint: 'Culture wars' are a distraction

Howard Schultz illustrated to "The View" co-host Meghan McCain how the ongoing Republican culture wars, chief among them the divisive issue of abortion, are actually the weaponization of wedge issues to distract Americans from the most important problems they face.

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Fox News bizarrely compares Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to Jesus' crucifixion

If one thing is certain, Brett Kavanaugh has become a rallying cry for the Republican Party. As proof, the results of a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll published Thursday show that the GOP has narrowed the 10-point enthusiasm advantage held by Democrats to a statistical tie in the wake of his controversial confirmation hearings.

This article was originally published at Salon

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Fox News' Sean Hannity becomes unglued after Trump's worst day ever

Fox News' biggest Trump booster was busy Tuesday night spinning to defend a pair of former Trump allies who were both found guilty of multiple criminal counts hours earlier. After a jury of his peers convicted Paul Manafort of multiple financial crimes and Michael Cohen admitted his own criminal deeds to federal prosecutors, Fox News host Sean Hannity staunchly defended the newly-minted felons and former members of Trump's inner circle.

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Fox News invites Trump supporters Diamond and Silk to smear the media as 'the enemy of the people'

After more than 300 newspapers across the country united to denounce President Donald Trump's claim that the media is "the enemy of the people," the commander-in-chief unsurprisingly could not help but bite back at an industry that has long been considered to be the cornerstone of American democracy. Now his minions in the media, namely Fox News figures, are following suit.

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The View's Meghan McCain tears into 'pathetic puppy' Trump after Putin summit: He 'was completely neutered'

President Donald Trump's controversial summit with Vladimir Putin, in which he stood by the Russian tyrant over the U.S. intelligence community, has been met with such swift and widespread backlash that Trump's even lost the support of the lone conservative voice on "The View."

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Megyn Kelly dares to lecture America about civility after spending years stoking white anger at Fox News

Megyn Kelly made an impassioned plea for Americans to be more courteous to one another, during the third hour of the "Today" show on Wednesday. It was the third morning in a row that the NBC News host had raised the topic of civility after a Virginia restaurant declined to serve White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders over the weekend because of the supporting role she plays in the "inhumane and unethical" Trump administration.

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Exposed: NBC's Megyn Kelly goes to great lengths to avoid calling Donald Trump a liar

As she transitioned from the highly-rated Fox News primetime line-up to mornings at NBC News, Megyn Kelly made many not-so-subtle attempts to re-brand herself as a hard-hitting journalist who was above the fray of partisan politics. “The truth is, I am kind of done with politics for now,” the political commentator infamously said on the premiere episode of "Megyn Kelly TODAY" back in September.Nearly one year later, the talking head who once stirred up racial tensions by declaring that Jesus and Santa were white on Fox News still struggles to instill this image upon a skeptical daytime television audience, where authenticity is everything.More evidence of this strife came as recently as Monday, when Kelly refused to call Republican President Donald Trump a liar in an awkward exchange with Dan Pfeffier, a former Obama administration official who now hosts the popular podcast "Pod Save America."In case you forgot, Trump is the presidential candidate who attacked Kelly as a "lightweight," a "highly-overrated" media professional and someone who had "blood coming out of her wherever" after the then-Fox News star grilled the business mogul about his gnarly history of misogyny during a debate of 2016 Republican primary contenders.In other words, Kelly has no reason to support a man who so blatantly used his power to attack her. But, her odd choice of words following an exchange with Pfeffier about White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders seemingly revealed that, despite switching networks, partisanship is still one value that Kelly holds dear.

When asked his opinion, Pfeffier, who served as a director of communications at the Obama White House, made it clear that Sanders knows exactly what she is doing.

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