The press is now leaning into the idea that the new Democratic administration is struggling to take shape, and that some kind of civil war has broken out inside the party.
NYTimes is shocked at what we all knew.
Sorry, New York Times, you actually can't blame Trump alone for the current state of the GOP.
Trump's coronavirus "cure," which he wants to provide free to any patient who needs it, was developed via stem cell research – a practice the Trump administration opposes as “one of the very top priorities.”
The White House just blocked a CDC rule designed to prevent a pandemic "public health catastrophe” on cruise ships by keeping them docked until mid-February, a move clearly designed to appease Trump’s Republican cronies in Florida.
CNN anchor Poppy Harlow did a stellar job calling out Trump campaign hack Brian Morgenstern every time he tried to gaslight or change the subject about the NY Times reporting on Trump's taxes.
Brent Terhune's comedy takes on MAGA mentality get closer to mimicry than parody.
Once venerated publications, like The New York Times, seems perfectly happy to put its thumb on the scale at the expense of accurate reporting.
“The data paint an alarming picture of the state of our nation, and we hope it will be a call to action,” Michael Porter, a Harvard Business School professor and the chair of the advisory panel for the Social Progress Index, told me. “It’s like we’re a developing country.”
Recent accounts by former senior national security officials in the Trump administration have contributed to growing unease on Capitol Hill and across Europe.