Schumer picked up exactly where the House left off, injecting venom into every sentence and inflating his accusations far beyond what is contained in the actual articles of impeachment.
For much of the last three years, the impeachment of President Trump seemed inevitable. The left refused to accept his 2016 victory and remained determined to end his tenure.
After Trump’s decision to target Qassem Soleimani, the media’s favorite go-to critics featured members of Obama’s administration who crafted and sold the failed nuclear deal with Iran.
The calendar turns and a decade begins, but there is nothing new under the sun in Washington. Even the killing of an Iranian mass murderer is cause for more partisan strife.
On its face, a tweet President Trump sent last week is fairly benign. It doesn’t mock anyone, isn’t personally nasty and hasn’t caused any hair-on-fire controversy.
House Democrats made it official this week — they will vote on two impeachment articles. But as history-making events go, the announcement was extra weird.
She hates that he’s president, that he’s building an economy that is the envy of the world and that he appeals to voters her party used to own.
There is a national crisis of confidence in all media, and The New York Times no longer offers a solution. It is a major part of the problem.
While there’s some skepticism that Trump really wants to put everything on the line over allegations involving his dealings with Ukraine, I’m convinced he’s serious.
With apologies to the late President Gerald Ford, we are in engaged in a new national nightmare as one party — and one party only — tries to remove the president of the United States.
It is said that every senator looks in the mirror and sees a future president, and now Michael Bloomberg is having a similar moment of self-infatuation.
Trump is the first New Yorker to be president since FDR, yet city and state Democrats won’t even show basic respect for the office.
Coming a year before an election and without a compelling claim that the president committed anything remotely resembling “high crimes and misdemeanors,” the House impeachment action is an abuse of power for purely partisan purposes.
Democrats have violated every historic precedent, not to mention simple decency, by conducting their impeachment probe in a secret star chamber.
A new reality is prompting Bloomy’s second thoughts. It is the growing likelihood that Elizabeth Warren, an extreme leftist, will win the nomination and guide the party into the political wilderness.
The media has failed to come up with a new thought in four years.
Her refusal to accept Trump’s election can mean only one thing: In her own mind, she won the election and she’s the real president. Oh dear.
I believe Trump and Netanyahu made the right move.
Not so long ago, The New York Times was the most trusted newspaper in America.
After watching two nights of a total of 20 Dems go at each other, I see a party more divided than even recent headlines would suggest.