Trump doesn't trust his own Justice Department to help him overthrow an election result, so he planted a spy there to report back to him. She got banned from the building.
On Deadline White House, Deutsch tried to reassure us Trump is definitely leaving office in January. It's just better for his media image if he claims the election was stolen.
Tim Miller spoke to Nicolle Wallace about being gaslit by fellow GOPers and Fox News over the threats of right wing militia, like the one that plotted to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
There had better be an Emmy this year for best Zoombomb, and Dr. Irwin Redlener's grandson needs to be nominated.
Unlike Trump, who can't stop spewing conspiracy theories and outright lies about COVID-19 and crime, Biden knows what Americans need to hear.
On Deadline White House, Dr. Johnson told Nicolle Wallace that all Joe Biden has to do is blow the COVID horn on the campaign trail, and get people to the voting booths.
Real Clear Politics editor A.B. Stoddard had a warning for all of the complicit Republicans who have remained silent on Trump's destruction of the U.S. Postal Service.
Al Sharpton had some hilarious analogies to explain why Republican senators will almost certainly be running away from “Fat Elvis” Donald Trump before long.
Sharpton described Trump as a pathetic has-been, similar to "Fat Elvis."
Peter Baker and Neal Katyal opine about John Bolton's book, which would have been a lot more impressive if he actually gave up the info during impeachment.