Donald Trump has many roles: cultural commentator, Twitter titan, reality show producer, kibitzer-in-chief, all intertwined with the job of running the country.
Washington is now the home of gridlock on steroids.
There may be 22 Democratic candidates, but the Republican candidate — and therefore the media — are increasingly focused on just one.
It’s not hard to conjure an image of a general surviving a military coup and then ordering the plotters jailed.
When you’re relaunching, you’re losing.
Sunday on Fox News Channel’s “MediaBuzz,” pollster Frank Luntz predicted Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) would be the eventual 2020 Democratic…
Trump would be happy to spend 2020 running against overzealous Democrats, Mueller and the media.
The New York Times says much about Trump’s finances, but doesn’t say that he broke the law.
After months of coverage about what a weak candidate Biden would be, he’s totally upended the race.
The longest running political show of the Trump era still airs without interruption.