When Trump says something that is patently untrue or completely insane, these statements are not lies but a "rhetorical response" to whatever is on his mind.
New reports suggest the White House is taking a “free agent” approach to filling open roles in the future, and is allowing qualified participants to try out working there for brief stints next week. Here are a few you can look forward to.
We can express our shock at the current disregard for truth, or we can just acknowledge that our political discourse has typically been an exercise in deflection.
Donald Trump invited Politico to document just how dysfunctional of a White House he's letting other people run while he watches TV.
This is completely insane.
At the risk of serious overkill following Mike Huckabee's trail of idiocy these past few weeks, this latest story of stupidity really does warrant attention because it reveals a stark preview of what we should expect over the coming months as he gears up for 2016.
Give me a former degenerate in the White House.
Our intrepid White House reporter takes you for yet another trip inside the White House with exclusive video and behind-the-scenes color, and you get to watch him become one of the old people in those e-surance ads. Plus, bonus special appearance by proud Banter member and CBS News Chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett.
Politico deliberately gave a platform to a guy who has been openly blaming the president for his own potential assassination for weeks.
Tommy Christopher takes Banter readers inside the White House without jumping the fence, plus gives them a front row seat for the great Secret Service Cookout of 2014, and a behind-the-scenes look at doing a cable news hit.
Wait for it, wait for it.
If you've ever wondered what it's like to cover the White House for a small online outlet, or even just wanted to know what's just out of view when you're watching news from the White House on TV, today is your day.
Tommy's body of work speaks for itself. While he was the top draw at Mediaite (by a considerable margin) the long time White House correspondent is a no-nonsense, rabble-rouser with the rare ability to write hard-hitting stories in a compelling way. And that's why we hired him.