Controversial filmmaker Spike Lee likened former President Donald Trump to Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler while accepting an award Sunday from the New York Film Critics Circle for his short film, "New York, New York," People said. What are the details? Lee started his pre-recorded speech — taped Jan. 6, the day of the U.S. CapitolContinue reading "Spike Lee likens Trump to Hitler, says former president and 'all his boys ... are going down on the wrong side of history'"
The Supreme Court on Monday effectively ended several lawsuits alleging that former President Donald Trump violated anti-corruption provisions in the Constitution. The cases, from New York City and Washington, D.C., argued Trump was violating the Constitution's emoluments clause by taking money from foreign and domestic political entities at his restaurants and hotels while in office.Continue reading "Supreme Court Puts An End To Corruption Cases Against Trump"
The Washington Post's top fact-checker spent four years relentless fact-checking former President Donald Trump, documenting every instance of what he declared was a falsehood.But the fact-checker revealed recently that he will no longer aggressively track presidential falsehoods now that President Joe Biden is in the White House.What are the details?Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler religiouslyContinue reading "WaPo's top fact-checker, who claims Trump told 30,000 lies, won't scrutinize Biden the same way"
At least four financial institutions have severed ties with former President Donald Trump since the Capitol riots, according to reports. On Friday, Florida-based BankUnited announced it was ending its relationship with Trump, as reported by the Miami Herald. The Miami-area bank noted that Trump didn't receive any loans from them. "We never had a lendingContinue reading "Four banks have reportedly severed ties with Donald Trump since the Capitol riots"
Republican Sen. Mitt Romney (Utah) claimed Sunday that the Senate will conduct a second impeachment trial against now-former President Donald Trump in order to uphold "truth and justice."What did Romney say?Speaking on "Fox News Sunday," Romney told show host Chris Wallace that an impeachment trial is necessary to hold Trump accountable for the deadly violenceContinue reading "Mitt Romney claims 'truth and justice' require Senate to hold impeachment trial against Trump"
Influential Democratic lawmakers have suggested in recent days that Congress should leverage the U.S. Constitution to prevent now-former President Donald Trump from ever holding office again.What are the details? Democrats eager to hold Trump "accountable" for the deadly violence at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 are exploring avenues of punishment outside of impeachment. OneContinue reading "Democrats explore using Constitution against Trump to bar him from ever holding office again"
President Joe Biden touted his coronavirus vaccination plan, which aims to inoculate 100 million Americans within the first 100 days of his administration, as a "wartime undertaking."But, in fact, Biden's plan "underwhelms," according to Bloomberg News. That's because America was averaging nearly 1 million vaccinations per day under now-former President Donald Trump.What are the details?OneContinue reading "Biden attacked Trump's handling of COVID. But data show Trump nearly accomplished Biden's vaccine goal."
Former President Donald Trump held his cards close to his chest Friday when asked about post-White House plans.What are the details?While dining with friends at the Trump International Golf Club, a Washington Examiner reporter asked Trump about his future plans. Trump did not reveal much — but confirmed something is in the pipeline."We'll do somethingContinue reading "Donald Trump breaks silence for first time since leaving White House, teases future plans"
When Simon & Schuster canceled its book deal with U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley earlier this month, citing the Missouri Republican's "role" in events that led to rioting at the U.S. Capitol, it may soon prove to be one of many moves to silence conservative voices if other publishing professionals get their way.What are the details?MoreContinue reading "'Monsters among us': Trump WH alumni must be blacklisted from book deals, American publishing industry professionals say"
President Joe Biden's Inaugural Address on Wednesday can be summed up by a single word: "Unity." With unity, Biden said, "we can do great things." Without it, "there is no peace." He promised, unconvincingly, to be "a president for all Americans" who would "fight as hard for those who didn't support me as for thoseContinue reading "United by Unity: President Biden Vows to Make Politics Boring Again"