Meghan McCain, television co-host and daughter of Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., gave a stinging response Friday to a White House official who reportedly said at a staff meeting that his opposition to a Trump administration nominee "doesn't matter" because "he's dying anyway."
"I don't understand what kind of environment you're working in when that would be acceptable and then you could come to work the next day and still have a job," McCain said on "The View" Friday.
Hey Melania, @kellysadler45 is not be best. - Tim Hanlon
The World Is A Safer Place Without
- Iran condemns wave of Israeli air strikes in Syria
- US Raises Pressure on Iran With Sanctions on Currency Exchange
- 'It's about war and peace': Germany and France urge restraint in Middle East
- Radar reveals details of mountain collapse after North Korea's most recent nuclear test
- Australia's worst mass shooting in 22 years leaves family of 7 dead
- Command mistakes, lack of training led to Niger ambush that killed 4 US soldiers
- Fox Guest Defends Torture: It Worked On John McCain
- Cheney: US should restart harsh interrogations, back Haspel
So a former prisoner of war and torture victim now dying of brain cancer is fair game but heaven help you if you make fun of Sarah Sanders's smokey eye makeup. - Jeff Tiedrich
Here's your reminder that Kim Jong Un took 3 Americans hostage, sentenced one to hard labor & deprived another of sunlight. Or, as Trump says, "really was excellent to these people."
#MAGA folk, reality will welcome you back with open arms whenever you're ready. - John Fugelsang
Pakistan Is Pissed At US
Pakistan imposed travel restrictions Friday on U.S. diplomats in a response that could strain relations between the two nations.
Under the new restrictions, U.S. diplomats are restricted from movements in the country and will no longer receive special treatment at airports.
"No man who is corrupt, no man who condones corruption in others, can possibly do his duty by the community." - Theodore Roosevelt.
- Brexit Campaign's Use of GOP Strategist Broke Election Law
- Giuliani: Media should 'calm down' about Cohen payments
- Novartis CEO: 'We made a mistake' with Cohen payments
- Exclusive: Mueller's team questions Russian oligarch about payments to Cohen
- AT&T Executive Who Oversaw Michael Cohen's Contract Forced Out
- Trump says Democrats would 'destroy your jobs' and 'knock the hell out of your border' if they win 2018 midterms
- Trump will not call for negotiation on Medicare drug prices despite Democratic hopes
- Trump Expected to Threaten Veto of Farm Bill Without Tighter Work Requirements
- West Virginia Republican Said Teachers Won't “Have Any Significant Effect” On Elections. Then They Voted Him Out.
- Republican Activists to Hold Convention at Minnesota Mosque
- Sarah Palin: John McCain's Regret Over Picking Me as Running Mate Is 'Perpetual Gut Punch'
Let this serve as formal notice - there is significantly more evidence and facts to come relating to Mr. Cohen's dealings and Mr. Trump's knowledge and involvement. You can come clean now or wait to be outed. Your choice. We have only just begun...- Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels' attorney
|Do as I say not as I do.|
Trump Has Another Temper Tantrum
President Donald Trump unloaded on Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen at a heated cabinet meeting this week, railing against her for failing to stop illegal border crossings
It’s pretty crazy that Stormy Daniels’ money could be traced all the way back to Vladimir Putin. In response, Putin said, “Donald can spend allowance however he wants.” - Jimmy Fallon
Sarah Sanders, The Deplorable One
Facing the White House press following an aide making a “joke” about Arizona Sen. John McCain “dying,” spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders refused to address or condemn the comment, saying she “would not get into it,” and dismissing it as a leak.
Asked whether White House aide Kelly Sadler “still has a job,” Sanders replied, “I’m not going to comment on an internal staff meeting.”
I think black people should be allowed to call the police on white people who look like they might call the police on black people. - Rex Huppke
According to The New York Times, the shell company that President Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, used to pay Stormy Daniels received payments from AT&T. To thank them, Cohen will be using AT&T for his one phone call. - Seth Myers
Rock The Voter News
- Lawmaker anger builds after White House aide mocks 'dying' McCain
- Democrats Campaign on Health-Care Expansion in Wake of GOP's Failed ACA Repeal
- Right Wing Conspiracy Theorists Obsess Over Hillary Clinton's Health and Scarf Choice
Deep State = Russian Spies
Kremlin-linked Russian politician Alexander Torshin traveled frequently between Moscow and various destinations in the United States to build relationships with figures on the American right starting as early as 2009, beyond his previously known contacts with the National Rifle Association.
Trump’s lawyer may have used money that’s tied to Vladimir Putin, which is why Trump called Putin his “Sugar-Vladi.”- Jimmy Fallon
AT&T CEO Regrets Hiring Cohen Instead Of Just Dropping A Ton Of Cash At Trump International Hotel Like Everyone Else - The Onion
- US oil prices hover at 3 1/2 year highs, as analysts entertain the idea of $100 crude
- Banks are walking away from low-income homebuyers
- Elon Musk posted video of his Boring Company tunnels under LA, saying people can use them 'in a few months' for free
- FCC fines robocaller $120 million for making nearly 100 million calls
AT&T CEO says "AT&T hiring Michael Cohen as a political consultant was a big mistake."
Except when you pay bribes to kill net neutrality and net neutrality gets killed, where's the mistake part? - John Fugelsang