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Department Of Defense Basically Admits Trump's North Korea Summit Was Fake
The Department of Defense announced today that the United States and South Korea are lifting president Trump's suspension of military exercises on the Korean Peninsula, ostensibly in response to faltering negotiations between the US and North Korea. Defense Secretary James N. ...read more
No, It Isn't Liberal Hypocrisy To Ridicule Trump's North Korea Summit
The right wing media is in a state of frenzy over criticism leveled at president Trump over the North Korean summit by, well, pretty much everyone. By almost all reasonable accounts, Trump got played by North Korea yesterday after his first face to fact meeting with Kim Jong Un. ...read more
A Big Round Of Applause For Fox News Contributor Who Called Trump A "Dictator"
Fox & Friends host Abby Huntsman's Freudian slip over the weekend is doing the rounds on the internet for good reason. While discussing Donald Trump’s arrival in Singapore for the much vaunted summit with nutjob dictator Kim Jong Un, Huntsman turned to Anthony Scaramucci, to ask ...read more
Sean Hannity Is Joining Trump For North Korean Summit To Ensure Maximum Failure
Lest you thought reality couldn't getting any stranger, joining Donald Trump for his famous North Korean summit in Singapore will be Fox's primetime anchor and journalist extraordinaire, Sean Hannity. Adding to the comedy will be former White House aide and Fox News contributor ...read more
The Trump-Kim Love Letter The White House Didn’t Want You To See
Donald Trump’s letter this past Thursday to North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un was an odd mixture of stern, practical, and wistful. Bordering on bromantic at times, Trump wrote, “I felt a wonderful dialogue was building up between you and me . . . Some day, I look very much ...read more
MEMBERS ONLY: Who Could've Predicted Trump's North Korea Summit Would Fall Apart?
Days like these, I often stare at my blank computer screen, unable to zero-in on a topic to cover. Clearly there are way too many tantalizing bombshells bursting forth from the ongoing fire-hose of news. As a political writer, I'll never complain about an overly abundant news ...read more