The photo of Kellyanne Conway sitting with her feet on the oval office couch dominated the conversation on social media.
L. Joy Williams, a Brooklyn-based political strategist, gives tips on how to determine fake news from real news.
Kellyanne Conway retweeted Lib Hyprocrisy, whose profile includes the words #WhiteIdentity, #Nationalist and the icon of Pepe the Frog — an emoji associated with the alt-right movement. Conway, who said “Love you back” to the alt-right racist, also wished a happy Valentine’s day to her “Hapless Haters.”
National Security Adviser Michael Flynn had been in contact with a Russian diplomat through texts and calls and lied to the Trump administration about it.
Conway's embarrassing blunder highlights the Trump administration's clumsy approach to disseminate a dark agenda.
Trump signed three executive actions on Monday afternoon, including withdrawing the U.S. from the Trans Pacific-Partnership deal, a freeze on federal hiring and an order that bars foreign aid recipients or non-governmental agencies from supporting abortion.
Trump surrogates are backing the controversial appointment of Steve Bannon. Opponents worry about an alt-right leader influencing policy.
Donald Trump may have used his controversial charity foundation to settle lawsuits that benefited his for-profit businesses.
In recent days, Donald Trump has recalibrated his presidential campaign to reach out to Black voters. The GOP’s presidential nominee talked about the problems Black communities are facing and how he’s the person to fix them. The problem with Trump’s attempt to attract African-American voter support is that he’s making his appeal to Blacks in front […]