A Vanity Fair report quoted friends of Ms Melania Trump saying she didn't want to be First Lady 'come hell or high water' Donald Trump has dismissed a report that claimed First Lady Melania Trump did not want him to win the 2016 election. The President took to Twitter this morning to write that Ms Trump "always thought that 'if you run, you will win,'" in response to a Vanity Fair story that asserted she did not want or expect to be in the White House. He referred to Ms Trump as a "great and very hard working First Lady". Mr Trump tweeted that his wife "truly loves what she is doing," despite the magazine story citing a "longtime friend" of the family saying Ms Trump "didn’t want this come hell or high water." He then retweeted Ms Trump's official First Lady Twitter account
Health Care Bill - Meghan McCain Meghan McCain says there's plenty of blame to go around for the collapse of the Republican-backed health care bill, from President Trump to House Speaker Paul Ryan to House Republicans to the House Freedom Caucus. On "Outnumbered" today, McCain explained the American Health Care Act was a bad bill from the start, and lawmakers exacerbated its problems by rushing it and failing to to form a consensus. She said it's "deeply embarrassing" for Republicans that they have been unable to follow through on one of Trump's signature campaign promises, despite holding the House, Senate and White House. [embed]https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/845249587178819584[/embed] McCain said one of the biggest problems in this whole debacle has bee...
NSA A former National Security Agency employee claimed in a shocking interview Friday night the NSA likely did spy on President Donald Trump’s phone calls and emails, as well as those belonging to justices on the Supreme Court, members of Congress, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff. NSA In an appearance on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” hosted by longtime journalist Tucker Carlson, former NSA employee Bill Binney revealed he believes the NSA likely did spy on Trump and may even be spying on him now. “As I just said in my intro, you spent 30 years there,” Carlson said to Binney. “You’re not someone whose just speculating. You believe it’s entirely possible that the president was, in fact, spied on?” “Yes,” Binney replied. “In fact, they’re taking in fundamentally t
Debates Illegal Immigration Tucker Carlson called the recent rape of a 14-year-old Maryland student by two illegal immigrants "the sign of a sick civilization at war with itself," and asked a Baltimore councilman about his vocal opposition to ICE deportation process.. Councilman Zeke Cohen (D-Dundalk) last week sponsored a resolution demanding federal authorities stop enforcing immigration laws in Baltimore, Carlson said. Cohen said there is no place in America for the sexual violence seen 40 miles away in Rockville recently, but added that recent ICE arrests in Baltimore trouble him about the treatment of immigrants. Carlson said there is no way to know whether an illegal immigrant will be a productive member of the community or commit another crime unless laws are properl...
Tucker Carlson President Donald Trump’s proposed budget calls for eliminating federal programs for the arts and humanities, including the National Endowment for the Arts. Tucker Carlson says he is fine with these cuts because organizations like the NEA are essentially "welfare for rich, liberal elites." Robin Bronk, CEO of the Creative Coalition, joined Tucker tonight to debate the importance of federal funding for the arts. Tucker asked her why taxpayers should be "subsidizing entertainment for rich people" in a time of budget deficits. Bronk argued that the NEA - which takes up a tiny fraction of the federal budget - has given grants to every congressional district in the U.S., not just the rich ones. She added that money put into the arts actually results in a st
NBC News - real meddler Tucker Carlson tore into NBC News and MSNBC on his show Tuesday night, suggesting that it wasn’t Russia that meddled in last year’s presidential election, but rather the famed news outlets. Russia “hacking” last year’s election has been one of the biggest, nonstop stories since President Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in November. However, there isn’t much evidence to support that narrative, Carlson said. “There’s no reason to believe Russia changed the course of American political history,” Carlson declared. “There’s merely innuendo and conspiracy mongering and connecting probably irrelevant dots.” That led Carlson to one question: If there is no real evidence that Russia manipulated last year’s election or colluded with Trump’s cam
#Trumpcare Tucker Carlson, one of the right-wing commentators most dreaded by liberals, undressed House Speaker Paul Ryan in a Wednesday interview about the GOP’s health care plan to replace Obamacare. The bill, which was unveiled this week, has been condemned by people both on the left and the right. Carlson, along with everyone else in Washington, does not understand how this happened. “It’s been seven years to the month since Obamacare passed, and I guess the obvious question is why in all that time couldn’t Republicans formulate a plan most of them could agree on before going public with it. Carlson observed. “It looks like chaos,” Ryan disagreed with the Fox News host’s assertion, arguing that the process was going as planned and that he was confident that conserv
Criminalizing the immigrant population ... “I’m for tolerance 100 percent, but I also think that if things radically change in your country, its ok for you to say what is this. And maybe I don’t want to live in a country that looks nothing like the country I grew up in. Is that bigoted? It seems to me Mexico should be allowed to say that.” Jorge Ramos debated illegal immigration with Tucker Carlson, saying that Americans must be "tolerant" of immigrants. criminalizing Carlson pointed to Ramos' recent statement that America is "our country not theirs," and asked what he meant by that. Ramos said America is "yours, mine and ours" and that he was referring to immigration critics who "think it is a white country," saying that such people want to "go back to 1965... with a white maj
Fox News host Tucker Carlson got into an ardent debate with New York Democratic Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney Friday night over the left’s strung out accusations that Attorney General Jeff Sessions may have perjured himself during his Senate confirmation process over questions about meeting with Russian officials. The media pitchforks have been out for a while on this subject and Maloney decided to get his two punches in with the following statement: “Jeff Sessions’ opposition to equal rights already made him unfit to serve, but he lied under oath – he has got to go. We also need to look at the bigger picture here and figure out why he perjured himself and if there is more to this story. We need a no-kidding independent investigation into Russian hacking and influence. What are they hid