The Washington Post’s Wonkblog reported Thursday that immigrants in the United States are increasingly going hungry because of President Donald Trump, while offering no evidence to show that is actually the case.
Before Winter Storm Stella hit the nation’s capital, President Donald Trump requested a briefing on preparations from D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser.
President Donald Trump and his administration have been criticized by the media and Congressional Democrats throughout the first six weeks of his presidency, but new poll numbers show that registered voters have a more favorable opinion of him than his former opponent, Hillary Clinton.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) falsely claimed on Tuesday that “millions of women” turn to Planned Parenthood for mammograms.
Khizr Khan, the Gold Star father who castigated Donald Trump’s proposed Muslim ban during a heartfelt speech at the Democratic National Convention in July, claimed on Monday that he canceled a scheduled speech in Toronto because his “travel privileges are being reviewed” by the federal government. But Khan’s claim has raised doubts as he has refused to elaborate on what happened.
Public radio station NPR failed to note that the former CIA officer who wrote in the Washington Post that his decision to leave the agency had nothing to do with politics gave $5,000 to Hillary Clinton, even after a “clarification” was added to his original column to disclose the political contribution.
A CIA employee who contributed thousands of dollars to Hillary Clinton in 2016 and who is a registered Democrat announced his decision to leave the agency in a Washington Post column published Sunday, writing that his departure “had nothing to do with politics.”
President Donald Trump will not be filling out ESPN’s March Madness bracket, breaking an annual tradition started by his predecessor President Barack Obama in 2009.