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A claim about Neil Gorsuch's confirmation is somehow both true and shows a complete disdain for facts. It's a claim that sounds impressive and means next to nothing. [Read More]
Kellyanne Conway is back with some alternative facts. During a conversation with Katie Couric on Wednesday, Conway made this proud claim about President Trump's first 100 days. .@kellyannePolls tells me this is the first time since 1881 that a President has had a #SCOTUS justice confirmed in first 100 days. — Katie Couric (@katiecouric) April 26,... [Read More]
By Issie Lapowsky and Lily Hay Newman for WIRED. If Congress were to fail to pass a spending bill before the end of the day Friday, the government could shut down. That's why President Trump just blinked. He shelved a plan to demand that funding for a border wall be included in that bill after both Democrats and Republicans voiced fierce opposition. President Trump seemed intent on avoiding the humiliation of seeing his plan for a "big, beautiful wall" shut down along with the government, particularly when his own party controls Congress. Throughout his campaign,... [Read More]
One of Trump's closest advisers reportedly has a luxurious new home in the nation's capital. [Read More]
The counselor to President Trump may have just purchased a 15,000-square-foot mansion in the nation's capital -- in Hillary Clinton's neighborhood, no less. [Read More]
Veteran CBS News journalist Bob Schieffer closed out an extraordinary round of discussions recently at the Newseum with a call for even better journalism – and a reminder of its place and importance to our democracy.The morning program, "The President and the Press: The First Amendment in the First 100 Days," included White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway, and journalists from news outlets such as Breitbart News, CNN,... [Read More]
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Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump was back again in "Saturday Night Live's" Oval Office — this time for showdown styled on "America's Next Top Model" between Grim Reaper Steve Bannon (Mikey Day) and Trump's "little Kush ball" — Jimmy Fallon in shades and a flak jacket. Both vie to be Baldwin's No. 1. The loser? Bannon, sent away with another, bigger Grim Reaper down to the "basement" to "join Kellyanne Conway." But, Baldwin adds: "You get to come back at the end of all this and help send me to prison." Fallon's mute Kushner is the big... [Read More]
Whoops looks like people around the country care what's in the so-called president's taxes say about his finances and conflicts of interest. The calm before the storm #TaxMarch pic.twitter.com/Imn88czZTq — Tax March Chicken (@TaxMarchChicken) April 15, 2017 "The White House response is he's not going to release his tax returns, people don't care" - Kellyanne Conway >> Uhuh... 🐔 Chicago #TaxMarch pic.twitter.com/EAfWszkeqo — SeriouslyUS? (@USseriously) April 15, 2017... [Read More]
It's astonishing, isn't it, how suddenly Donald J. Trump is being viewed, in certain precincts, as—what's the word?—yes, "Presidential," and all it took was for him to issue an order to launch fifty-nine cruise missiles against a Syrian airbase. It's as if a national-amnesia button got pushed, one able to wipe out memories of the actual President: the former reality-show star, real-estate brander, double-talker, and serial distorter of reality. Although some Trump supporters seemed confused by this new tack (the talk-show host Laura Ingraham tweeted, "Missiles flying. Rubio's happy. McCain ecstatic. Hillary's on board. A complete policy change in... [Read More]
Longtime media writer Michael Wolff interviewed White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on Wednesday at the Newseum event #TrumpandthePress. In noteworthy ironies, Conway lectured the crowd about TV pundits who "literally say things that are just not true." Michael Wolff: The New York Times, it seems to me, has a virtual beat. And in that beat,... [Read More]
Conway came back with her own retort. [Read More]
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Media columnist Michael Wolff told Kellyanne Conway she is the darkness in reference to the saying that democracy dies in darkness at a Newseum event on Wednesday. [Read More]
During an interview at the Newseum, Conway complained about TV liars — unironically. [Read More]
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During a forum on the presidency's relationship with the media on April 12 at the Newseum, interviewer Michael Wolff asked White House counselor Kellyanne Conway about critical press coverage. "When they say 'democracy dies in darkness,' you're the darkness," Wolff said. [Read More]
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In a Washington DC forum, one journalist asked Kellyanne Conway how it feels to be the darkness in "democracy dies in darkness" [Read More]
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Wow! USA Today columnist Michael Wolff finally came out and said what every liberal journalist probably thinks of the Donald Trump administration and said it to Kellyanne Conway's face: "You're the darkness." At Wednesday's Newseum "Press and the President" forum, Wolff recited the Washington Post's new slogan to Trump's White House counselor and admitted what the Post was really driving at: "I'm gonna tell you, when they say 'Democracy Dies in Darkness,' you're the darkness." [Read More]
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Riffing off The Washington Post's new slogan, "Democracy Dies In Darkness," journalist Michael Wolff asked President Donald Trump's senior counselor Kellyanne Conway if she takes personally the fact that she is "the darkness." "How personal do you take this?" Wolff asked Wednesday during a conversation at the Newseum in Washington D.C. "How personally do I take what?" Conway asked. "This coverage of you this 'Democracy Dies In Darkness" because I'm gonna tell you, when they say 'Democracy Dies In Darkness' you're the darkness," Wolff said to cheers. "I'm not the darkness," Conway shot back. ... [Read More]
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