Trump is very easily manipulated by flattery.
The crazy thing is that they are more concerned about Hillary and what she might have known than if the contents of the dossier are correct. Attacking Hillary, who isn’t president, is somehow more important than the Russians having compromising information on the president.
They reveal a president raging against enemies, obsessed by slights, deeply uninformed and incurious, unable to focus, and subject to destructive whims
If the POTUS or his staff thinks congress works for him and not the people, they should resign or be removed from office of their post.
How would Fox news cover this story if it were Obama or Hillary?
It’s not both sides. It’s the GOP that’s the problem.
This is the same party that called Obama a dictator and yelled about him shredding the constitution based on random rumors about FEMA camps and Jade Helm.
So publicly funded health care is tyranny. Voter disenfranchisement and nullifying democracy is fine somehow?
It’s the GOP. They’ve lost their minds.
The usual gang of free speech concern trolls are silent because the is no way to accuse a liberal of hypocrisy.
Guy who voted to impeach Clinton over obstruction of justice thinks president can not obstruct justice.
Once again, math has a liberal bias.
This is what happens when you put an intellectually lazy and totally unprepared man child in the White House. Expect more failures like this.
Does Rand Paul understand that the bulk records collection and all the other awful programs that people are objecting to are defended by the NSA and others as being activities “towards our enemies.”
It’s really hard to tell if he is naive or disingenuous.
A tiny step in the right direction. Bipartisan too.
"Americans deserve to know how much information about their private communications the government believes it's allowed to take under the law," said Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.), who is spearheading the effort with Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.). The legislation has a powerful backer in Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), and Sens. Dean Heller (R-Nev.), Mark Begich (D-Alaska), Al Franken (D-Minn.), Jon Tester (D-Mont.) and Mike Lee (R-Utah) have also signed on as co-sponsors.
Time to call your senator again.