President Donald Trump weighed in Friday on a burglary at Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings’ home last weekend in Baltimore, which the president has relentlessly attacked for several days as squalid and poorly managed.
“Really bad news! The Baltimore house of Elijah Cummings was robbed. Too bad!” he tweeted.
It was a third rate burglary that brought a different President down
I want to apologize for calling POTUS a POS this week. I was mistaken. At least excrement has a useful biological function. - John Legend
The World Is A Safer Place Without
- Air Force orders units to stand down for one day to address rise in suicides
- Trump: Kim ‘does not want to disappoint me’
- Trump says North Korea firing missiles is okay because Kim Jong Un has a "beautiful vision for his country"
- Pentagon puts $10B contract on hold after Trump swipe at Amazon
- El Salvador’s new president celebrates country's first day without a murder for two years
- Dubai sheikh posts cryptic poem as wife Princess Haya attends court for start of custody battle
- Senior Pompeo adviser fired over allegedly 'abusive' management: report
- Texas Police officer fatally shoots woman while firing at unleashed dog
- Police judge recommends firing of officer accused of killing Eric Garner: NYT
MAGA thinks Trump is a genius the same way a third grader thinks fifth graders are practically grown-ups. - Tea Pain tweet
Madame Speaker, Start Your Engine
Those eager for the start of an official inquiry by the U.S. House Judiciary Committee into the possible impeachment of President Trump need wait no longer.
A memorandum, submitted by the committee on July 26 to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia and signed by the general counsel of the U.S. House of Representatives, makes clear that such an inquiry has begun.
- #LeningradLindsey trends after Graham forces asylum bill through Senate committee
- Ex-McConnell staffers lobbied on Russian-backed Kentucky project
- Donald Trump's approval rating is lower than all four members of The Squad
- Trump: Rep. Ratcliffe out of the running to be national intelligence director
- Judge agrees to hear bid to move Trump state tax return case to New York
- Brittany Kaiser’s work with Cambridge Analytica helped elect Donald Trump. She’s hoping the world will forgive her.
- Senate passes massive 2-year budget deal
- Florida attorney general moves to block proposed ban on semiautomatic rifles
- Will Hurd, only black Republican in House, won’t seek reelection
- George Hamilton weighs in on Trump's tan: 'I think he slops bronzer on'
Sarah Huckabee Sanders Caught Lying At New Job About Price of Quarter Pounder. - Andy Borowitz
LOCK HIM UP!
After President Trump mentioned 2016 rival Hillary Clinton at a reelection campaign rally in Cincinnati, the crowd broke into a chant of "lock her up."
Trump mentioned his former opponent and her use of the term "deplorable" to describe a segment of Trump supporters.
The ad writes itself.
Corey Lewandowski for Senate?
A history of assault and violent outbursts.
Called angry. Hot headed. Abusive.
Now he's running against Jeanne Shaheen.
And if there's one thing we know about Corey Lewandowski, it's that he'll do anything to beat a woman. - Rick Wilson
Rock The Voter News
- Second debate sees little boost for Biden challengers: poll
- Gabbard spars with MSNBC host, suggests her questions came from Harris campaign
- Democrats press FBI for details on Kavanaugh investigation
- De Blasio denies attacking Obama in debates: 'It's a family discussion'
- WaPo gives Booker four Pinocchios over debate comments on Trump's Michigan win
I want internet points for not leaping out of my chair and yelling "f*ck is wrong with you" at the old white guy sitting in a Starbucks yesterday going on a 30 minute rant about Obama's suspicious blood line and "sketchy" book deal. - Oliver Willis
Attack Republicans, You Dumb Democrats! What's Wrong With You?
Senate Democrats are frustrated that candidates are spending too much time and effort attacking each other for relatively small policy differences, while not focusing their ire on President Trump.
For those keeping score: Real Estate Code Violations in Baltimore. Jared Kushner: 170 - Al Sharpton - 0. - Paul Lander
- 'Self-inflicted wound': Donald Trump signs budget bill as experts warn he's on track to add trillions to U.S. debt
- Trump's frustration with China boils over
- New York Times Publishes Anti-Google Rant, Doesn't Mention the Author Is a Facebook Board Member
- P&G's Gillette writes off $8 billion as men stop shaving
The most substantive takeaway from the Cincinnati rally is that the US president has spray-tanned himself out of the known color spectrum & his hair is now the color of one's urine after too many vitamins. - John Fugelsang
Saudi Arabian Women Allowed To Join 19th Century
Women in Saudi Arabia will finally be allowed to apply for a passport and travel freely without having to secure permission from a male relative, ending a long-standing guardianship policy that gave men control over women.