John Kasich, former Republican Governor of Ohio, and staunch critic of President Donald Trump, will join CNN as a contributor, a new report says. According to Axios, Kasich will serve as an analyst on several of the news network’s programs, CNN Worldwide president Jeff Zucker told his top brass Tuesday morning.“The governor has strong insights to help guide conversations in our country in a positive direction and this new partnership with CNN gives him a great platform to do so,” Kasich advisor John Weaver told Axios. The development comes one day after Kasich signed with United Talent Agency, among Hollywood’s most powerful talent agencies, which represents A-listers such as Kevin Hart, Angelina Jolie, and Will Ferrell. “We’re thrilled to work with Gov. Kasich as he looks to the future by bringing his unique experience, wisdom, and perspective to an even wider array of audiences,” Jay Sures, UTA … [Read more...] about John Kasich Signs with CNN as Political Commentator
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) may be aiming for the Oval Office in 2020, but President Donald Trump told Fox News that her psychiatrist would know whether she really believes she can win.Calling the network on New Year’s Eve for a Q&A with anchor Pete Hegseth, Trump bashed the senator after she announced the launching of her exploratory committee for the presidency.“Well, I’m happy about it. I think she’ll be wonderful. I hope she maybe gets the nomination. That would be a wonderful thing for me,” he said, implying she’d be easy to beat. As to whether she thought she was a real contender for the job of commander in chief, Trump told Hegseth he didn’t know, adding, “You’d have to ask her psychiatrist.”Confident he already has a second term in the bag, Trump claimed Democrats think so, too.“I think based on record I’m going to win also,” Trump said. “I think we’re going to win big.” … [Read more...] about Trump says he’s ‘happy’ about a possible 2020 bid by Elizabeth Warren
Maggie Haberman and Mark Landler, New York Times 6:26 pm PST, Tuesday, November 13, 2018 Central American migrants moving as a caravan toward the U.S. border get a free ride on a truck from Guadalajara, Mexico, Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018. Many say they are fleeing rampant poverty, gang violence and political instability primarily in the Central American countries of Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua. less Central American migrants moving as a caravan toward the U.S. border get a free ride on a truck from Guadalajara, Mexico, Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018. Many say they are fleeing rampant poverty, gang violence and ... more Photo: Marco Ugarte, AP Photo: Marco Ugarte, AP Image 1 of / 95 Caption Close Image 1 of 95 Central American migrants moving as a caravan toward the U.S. … [Read more...] about The Caravan Is Still Coming. But Since the Midterms, Trump Shrugs.
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Politics | A Week After the Midterms, Trump Seems to Forget the Caravan Supported by ByMaggie Haberman and Mark Landler Nov. 13, 2018 WASHINGTON — For weeks before the midterm elections, President Trump warned ominously about the threat from a caravan of migrants streaming from Central America toward Mexico’s border with the United States. It was a fearsome mix of criminals and “unknown Middle Easterners,” Mr. Trump claimed darkly, one that constituted a genuine national emergency. But since the election last week, Mr. Trump has tweeted about the caravan exactly once — to issue a proclamation preventing those who cross the border illegally from applying for asylum in the United States. Fox News, which faithfully amplified Mr. Trump’s warnings about the migrants, has gone … [Read more...] about A Week After the Midterms, Trump Seems to Forget the Caravan
close Video Critics claim Matt Whitaker's promotion is unconstitutional Following the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, President Trump appointed Matt Whitaker to acting attorney general, prompting a meltdown on the left; reaction and analysis from former DOJ prosecutor James Trusty and former U.S. Assistant Attorney David Katz. here.**On the roster: New attorney general, new headaches for Trump - Scott’s lead down to .18 percent as recount looms - Sinema takes the lead as Arizona count creeps forward - Runoff hopes dangling, Abrams sues to extend count - In Oklahoma, the deer hunt youNEW ATTORNEY GENERAL, NEW HEADACHES FOR TRUMPDonald Trump may soon come to miss his old attorney general.Jeff Sessions as attorney general was hardly a surprise. Trump had long chained him to a rock like Prometheus and sent tweets to pick at Sessions’ liver.Robert Mueller.Matthew Whitaker, Trump may not have found deliverance but … [Read more...] about New attorney general, new headaches for Trump