Amongst Republicans, Trump is doing remarkably well, with 82 percent casting him in a favorable light. It's clear that the president still has supporters, and we found two willing to talk to us about him.
Trump is not only destroying the country, but the lives of everyone close to him, too.
While people are focused on Warren’s heritage, we have a President using racial slurs and suggesting human rights violations.
Saccone previously won reelection with 60-70 percent of the vote. In a new Monmouth poll out on Monday, Conor Lamb, Saccone's Democratic challenger, leads Saccone 51-45.
Trump probably believes he's the only president to receive such an offer from North Korea. You know, just like he thought Frederick Douglass is still alive and that passing healthcare reform would be easy.
It shows that we all have the power to make change, and big companies can help by not normalizing a photo of a person posing with a gun.
Notes like these are "Weekend At Bernie's" type stuff -- they're for the person who is dead inside and has no ability to empathize with the rest of the human race.
As the empty thoughts and prayers pour in, Trump and those who are standing by their man are continuing to make the situation worse, deepening the pain with their disdain of the real issues.
Through all this sorrow and anger and fear, with 17 kids murdered in an American school, Donald Trump puts the blame on the students and neighbors of the shooter. Can we have some thoughts and prayers for our President?
Trump hates women and democrats, most, and in that order. I suspect Trump is starting to see the power in the #MeToo movement, and the power in the women who firmly believe that the time is up for the patriarchy and misogyny that has plagued us for so long.
Ivana’s sworn deposition taken from her divorce filings from Donald in 1992 reportedly said that Trump was in a lot of pain from his hair transplant procedure in 1989. He went into a fit of rage and ripped out Ivana’s hair “by the handful” before raping her.
Trump has been busy accusing democrats of treason for not applauding him during his State of the Union address. He also wants a military parade that could cost millions of dollars. All while Puerto Rico is still without power for about 450,000 residents.
As dark as it might be in America today, there will be a time when Donald Trump is no longer president. Can the country heal from the wounds inflicted by the extraordinary partisanship we've seen? Yes, argues Ben Cohen. But it won't be easy.
"Can't you haters just let me live?! Damn!" - President Trump
This isn't a presidency. It's a clusterf*ck.