An MSNBC panel speculated Friday afternoon about potentially removing President Donald Trump from office due to his mental state, pointing to reports he is exhibiting "signs that were similar to the early stages of Alzheimer's."
New York Times reporters have criticized President Donald Trump's stance toward pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. Their reporting on President Barack Obama's muted stance toward similar protests in Iran a decade ago was passive.
The protester removed from President Donald Trump's Thursday night rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, is actually a Trump supporter—and he still likes Trump, he told Fox News in an interview after the rally.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) released a detailed plan to address problems in Indian Country in the United States, declining to mention her own disputed heritage claims that have caused her political embarrassment.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D., Mich.) on Friday announced shortly after Israel announced she could enter the country for "humanitarian purposes" to see her grandmother that she would not be visiting Israel after all because of its "racist treatment" of her.