Media personality Glenn Beck went on a Facebook rant prior to the second presidential debate on Sunday and declared that allowing Hillary Clinton to be elected president could be an “ethical, moral” choice, while at the same time scolding conservative Christians for their continued support of “immoral” Donald Trump.
Exclusive – Audio Emerges of When Paul Ryan Abandoned Donald Trump: ‘I Am Not Going to Defend Donald Trump-Not Now, Not in the Future’
On a never-before-released private October conference call with House Republican members, House Speaker Paul Ryan told his members in the U.S. House of Representatives he was abandoning then-GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump forever and would never defend him ever again.
EXCLUSIVE: White House Fingers John McCain As Media Leak; Believes U.S. Senator Eavesdropped on Trump’s Classified Phone
This could be the beginning of the end for embattled Sen. John McCain’s life in politics. According to White House officials, McCain is believed to have somehow gained access to the content of President Donald Trump’s private, classified telephone calls with world leaders. And he isn’t keeping quiet about what was talked about either.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) said Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that he has “no insight” on President Donald Trump’s accusations that former President Barack Obama wiretapped Trump Tower prior to the election. “Again, I think the term wiretap is thrown around very loosely and by a lot of people,” Rubio told host Chuck Todd.
After Julian Assange has repeatedly confirmed that Russia was not the source of his DNC or John Podesta leaks, including again last night in an interview with Sean Hannity, Paul Ryan would like for you to know that he’s not buying it.
Warmonger John McCain is getting an itchy war feeling again, seemingly to want to start a war against Russia and China now. Watch the old coot meltdown as McCain is asked about this, and also asked why he was seen with an ISIS operative in Syria: John McCain meltdowns whe
The long-simmering war between Sens. John McCain and Rand Paul boiled over on Wednesday when the Arizona lawmaker directly accused his colleague of working for Russian President Vladimir Putin.