Conservative commentator Erick Erickson recently told media that there could be a “set back” of evangelicalism if people continue to support President Trump.
Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee were told to redraft their rebuttal to a controversial GOP memo alleging government surveillance abuse during the 2016 campaign, saying sensitive details need to be stripped before it can be made public.
Trump recently delivered a God-and-country-infused speech Thursday at the National Prayer Breakfast, appealing to Americans who believe in Christian nationalism – the belief that God has a uniquely Christian purpose for the United States.
Rep Jim Himes (D-CT) had a lot to say about a remark Trump made in Ohio where he stated Democrats are “treasonous” for not standing or applauding for the good economic news he delivered at the State of the Union address.
Representative Adam Smith made a public statement during the Democratic Weekly Address saying there are “signs that our economy is booming. Unfortunately, about 90 to 95 percent of that benefit is going to about 5 or 10 percent of the country.” It’s interesting to watch how they never say anything to give Trump credit from...
The former president of Mexico, Vicente Fox, recently appeared on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” claiming that President Trump and his “authoritarian” tendencies are only accepted by Americans because of the constant fear and anger “since 9/11.”