Desperate to defend Donald Trump’s abysmal record in the White House, Chief of Staff Mark Meadows canceled President Obama’s daring killing of Osama bin Laden to claim Trump is the only president “who actually went after a terrorist and took him out."
While the three governments have pushed out the same messages in the past, the global pandemic has seen the convergence of their messaging accelerate.
Iraj Harirchi appeared at a press conference on Monday, sweating profusely and downplaying the severity of the outbreak in Iran.
How ready are we to deal with this?
In an interview with Margaret Brennan, the senator from Arkansas sided with Trump over soldiers wounded in Iran's attack on US bases.
Will Republican senators actually support it?
Whoops so much for that "imminent threat." Lying liar lies again.
Sen. Chris Coons tells Fox's Chris Wallace: “Frankly in the classified briefing that lasted 75 minutes and had virtually the entire Senate there, we got less detailed information than President Trump shared with Laura Ingraham.”
By next week Trump will say that "the Iranians were targeting four ... now they're telling me six embassies." Or maybe he'll say eight. Or ten.
We may see some fleeting moments of truth telling from these Republicans, but don't hold your breath waiting for any of them to be profiles in courage.