Christie, now an ex-governor, sent to the back of the line at Newark airport

Former Gov. Chris Christie.

The late Gov. Brendan Byrne used to joke that he knew he was no longer governor when he "would jump in the back seat of a car and it wouldn't move." On Thursday, it was former Gov. Chris Christie's chance to learn that similar rules apply for air travel. Two days after leaving office, the now-former…

Trump's Inauguration Money Is Still Missing: Report

Since Donald Trump's inauguration, Melania (R) has not been seen at official events and is not living in the White House, raising questions on what kind of first lady the former model will be

Almost one year after President Donald Trump took the oath of office, millions of dollars from his leftover inauguration funds have still not been donated to the charities they were promised to. Trump's inauguration committee raised a record-breaking $107 million as his administration prepared to assume the White House last year, but very little has been…

Trump Takes Fake News To New Height

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It looks as if a new entry might be developing, just in time for awards season. The day that President Donald Trump has promised to present his “Fake News Awards” provides a clear and stark example of how the concept has evolved over the past year. “Fake news” has gone from useful dodge and easy applause line to a license to create entirely new realities. “Alternative facts” seems quaint compared to the weaponization of misinformation that’s occurred under the president’s leadership. In that vein, it’s remarkable that two U.S. senators are claiming on the record that the president did not use a profanity – and a Cabinet secretary even under oath that she “did not hear" it — a profanity that multiple other people in the room – members of both political parties - assert flat out that he used. Accounts have evolved to match the White House’s claims. The officials who back up the president would happen to be ones that share Trump’s policy goals – or, at least, the goals he has as of now. Maybe they’re telling what they believe to be the truth. But they won’t even get trophies for their recollections, or for what they’re forgetting.


Arpaio Learns About Guilt on TV

Arpaio Learns About Guilt on TV

A segment on MSNBC Friday turned awkward for Joe Arpaio, the controversial former sheriff running for Senate in Arizona. The 85-year-old accepted an August pardon from President Trump after being convicted of criminal contempt for ignoring a court order and continuing to racially profile. Arpaio appeared on MSNBC's The Beat, hosted by Ari Melber, and discussed…

Trump Administration Gives Lucrative Waiver To Trump’s Bank

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Trump Administration Gives Lucrative Waiver To Trump’s Bank

The Trump administration has waived part of the punishment for five megabanks whose affiliates were convicted and fined for manipulating global interest rates. One of the Trump administration waivers was granted to Deutsche Bank — which is owed at least $130 million by President Donald Trump and his business empire, and has also been fined for its role in a Russian money laundering scheme.

Trump Genius? He Ranks Lowest Among Last 15 Presidents

Trump Genius? He Ranks Lowest Among Last 15 Presidents

President Donald Trump—who boasted over the weekend that his success in life was a result of “being, like really smart”—communicates at the lowest grade level of the last 15 presidents, according to a new analysis of the speech patterns of presidents going back to Herbert Hoover.

US set to expel around 200,000 Salvadoran immigrants

The US government is expected to rule Monday that hundreds of thousands of Salvadorans living in the country as "temporary" immigrants since 2001 must return to their country. Last year the Trump administration decided to stop renewing Temporary Protection Status (TPS) for 59,000 Haitians and 5,300 Nicaraguans residing in the United States for decades, and is expected to make the same decision for an estimated 200,000 Salvadorans covered under the...

Kushner Real Estate Company Investigated By SEC

Kushner Real Estate Company Investigated By SEC

The real estate company run by the family of White House senior adviser Jared Kushner is under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission for its use of a federal visa program, according to a Wall Street Journal report. The SEC issued a subpoena to the company, Kushner Companies, requesting information regarding its use of the…

Trump Left Jeff Sessions Off Invite List to Camp David

The Department of Justice said on Friday that President Donald Trump did not invite his maligned Attorney General to a legislative discussion group at Camp David this weekend. Asked if Jeff Sessions would be heading to Camp David for the working weekend to talk over 2018 legislative priorities, a justice department spokesperson answered only, "We weren't…

Meet The Transgender Woman Running for Congress

In 2017, the U.S. elected its first ever openly transgender woman to the Virginia State House. ... in Massachusetts, told Newsweek. Chandler was one of the military’s top intelligence analysts. She spent the past five years leading a team of analysts charged with combating arms smuggling and the proliferation ...