CNN has released a statement claiming that a tweet sent from Anderson Cooper’s account calling Trump a “pathetic loser” was sent from the phone of Cooper’s assistant, who had left the device unsupervised at his gym.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Special Counsel Robert Mueller were told in July that two FBI officials working on Mueller’s Russia probe had exchanged a number of anti-Trump text messages throughout the 2016 campaign, according to the Justice Department’s watchdog.
Sadly, some very uncomfortable realities have been exposed in the political world following Hollywood’s Harvey Weinstein implosion. John Conyers, Al Franken, and several other politicians have found themselves in hot water thanks to allegations of sexual misconduct. While it certainly appears that more Democrats have found themselves in trouble as of late, this problem is […]
As Twitchy reported Wednesday morning, depending on which reports are to be believed, Omarosa Manigault either resigned or was let go from her position at the White House. White House reporter April Ryan was among journos implying White House Chief of Staff John Kelly got the Secret Service involved in escorting Manigault from the building. […]
PBS has indefinitely suspended longtime talk show host Tavis Smiley over “troubling allegations” that he sexually harassed staffers, and retaliated against those who refused him.
On Tuesday, President Donald Trump went after New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand for her calls that he should resign, but the left went mad at his needles calling his retorts to her demands a “sexist” attack on the female Senator. Well, conservative talk giant Mark Levin opened his show revealing Gillibrand as the fraud that […]
This morning we told you that CNN was investigating how an anti-Trump tweet ended up on @AndersonCooper’s account. The tweet, posted in response to Trump, called the president a “tool” and a “pathetic loser.” The sleuths at CNN say they might have solved the mystery, for those who choose to believe it: In regards to […]
This thread by Alex Burns, political reporter for the New York Times, was posted Monday evening, before the election of Alabama Democrat Doug Jones to the U.S. Senate. Of course, we all know now how the race turned out, but as people start pointing fingers, it’s a fine recap of the entire process from beginning […]
The Fed dramatically raised its forecast for economic growth in 2018 while saying it will not stand in the way of tax cut driven growth.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo brushed off a reporter’s question about sexual harassment in state government, accusing her of doing a “disservice to women.”