“The Amazing Maxine Waters” on Wednesday gave an interview update on her relentless effort to impeach President Trump at the International LGBTQ Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C.
The 79-year-old career politician from California told “Manmade Multimedia” impeachment is “a big idea” that not all of her colleagues are ready to commit to, in part because they “don’t even understand actually what it all means.”
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi described the Republican tax bill as an “Armageddon” and argued it’s the “end of the world” at a press conference Monday, and Democrat Minority Whip Steny Hoyer quickly provided cover.
“Minority leader, at this news conference and on the floor you, Democrats talk about this bill often in very apocalyptic terms, but isn’t really what’s going on that many people are getting a very modest tax cut, and some people are getting a tax increase, while a lot of this is also going to business but it’s not the end of the world?” a reporter asked Pelosi at the Capitol.
Disgraced Florida Democratic Rep. Corrine Brown, a super delegate for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, his heading to prison.
Brown was sentenced to five years in prison Monday for mail, wire and tax fraud related to her sham charity, One Door For Education, Fox News reports.
Her attorney argued she deserved probation, but U.S. District Judge Timothy Corrigan opted for hard time instead.
“This is a sad day for everyone,” Corrigan said at Brown’s sentencing hearing, according to The Florida Times Union. “I was impressed with all the outpouring of support for you, and I think it’s a tribute to all the work you’ve done over the years. That’s what makes this all the more tragic.”
While House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi only days ago affectionately called John Conyers an “icon,” California Congresswoman Jackie Speier used far starker language today to describe the behavior of her colleague: “that of a predator.”
Appearing on CNN, Speier acknowledged she called for Conyers’s resignation.
As the media focus has shifted to the alleged sexual harassers in the Democratic ranks, questions are not going away about Nancy Pelosi’s continued bizarre behavior.
The House Minority Leader held her weekly press conference, and while the media focused on her call for accused serial harasser John Conyers, they overlooked her frequent flubbed words, brain freezes, and face spasm that occurred seconds into the appearance.
Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton received a surprise welcome at a California book signing Friday, when a band of merry Bernie Sanders supporters belted out their Clinton-hating rendition of several holiday classics.
Pasadena Star-News photographer Walt Mancini posted a video of the stunt on Twitter Friday afternoon.
“Bernie Sanders supporters blaming Hillary Clinton for getting Trump elected at Hillary Clinton booking signing, ‘What Happened,’ at Vroman’s Bookstore in #Pasadena,” Mancini wrote.
Bernie Sanders supporters blaming Hillary Clinton for getting Trump elected at Hillary Clinton booking signing, “What Happened”, at Vroman’s Bookstore in #Pasadenapic.twitter.com/UncLugne9w
The Late Late Show’s James Corden’s latest episode of “Carpool Karaoke” with singer Kelly Clarkson seemingly depicts the comedian flaunting California’s open container laws in his commute through Los Angeles traffic.
Several Congressional Democrats are turning on their colleagues amid a flurry of sexual assault allegations, with some encouraging the accused to resign.
CNN highlighted comments from Rep. Kathleen Rice as she left a recent meeting with House Democrats that allege party leadership are not addressing allegations against Reps. John Conyers and Al Franken seriously.
“I don’t have time for meetings that aren’t real,” Rice said.
CNN host John Berman posed the question to Rep. Tim Ryan: “Is that the case?”
CNN is having a tantrum over the White House Christmas party this year, and spokeswoman Sarah Sanders couldn’t be happier.
“CNN will not be attending this year’s White House Christmas party,” a CNN spokesperson said, according to Politico.
“In light of the President’s continued attacks on freedom of the press and CNN, we do not feel it is appropriate to celebrate with him as his invited guests. We will send a White House reporting team to the event and report on it if news warrants.”