The latest compilation is due to arrive March 19 with more laughs at the gaffes.
“Be steadfast and zealous guardians of our democracy,” the bipartisan group wrote in The Washington Post.
The former White House communications director also told CNN’s Chris Cuomo why hiring Kelly was a “misfire.”
And the private company used government resources to do even that, concludes Homeland Security’s inspector general.
The president’s companies raked in funds for rent, food, “legal consulting” fees and more, according to election filings.
The gun-rights activist has been accused of working for the Kremlin, including an attempt to arrange a meeting between Trump and Vladimir Putin.
“We’ve investigated this for a long period of time. Both sides have come up with nothing in the process,” the House Republican leader said.
When a party loses power in a state, there’s often a last-ditch effort to pass priority legislation. What’s happening now is different, experts say.
Eight years is a long time.
New Justice Brett Kavanaugh was among the justices who opted not to hear the case.
The convening body seeks to avoid a repeat of 2016 allegations of favoritism.
Trump’s top pick for the job, Nick Ayers, is out of the running and Trump is now soliciting input on at least four individuals.
And it appears they’re only ramping up that fearmongering rhetoric.
“It’s clear that Trump is the target,” former U.S. attorney Andrew McCarthy said.
Before the president nominated Barr to be his Attorney General, White House officials were considering him for a different position.
The Kentucky senator also spoke out against Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination, but ultimately voted to confirm.
The Wisconsin governor-elect wants Scott Walker to veto “hot mess” legislation curbing his power.
Still, the incoming House Judiciary Committee chairman was cautious about whether an impeachment process ought to begin.
The president said last month that a possible pardon for his former campaign manager wasn’t “off the table.”
Kushner has reportedly flouted White House protocol by having private, informal conversations with Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
That’s why Obama couldn’t get his agenda passed, Trump scolded.
FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai conceded that 500,000 fake comments urging the death of the popular system came from Russian emails.
The former FBI director answered the GOP-led committee’s questions behind closed doors.
The lame-duck power grabs in Wisconsin, Michigan and North Carolina are part of a larger effort by Republicans to delegitimize any opponent.
The 68-year-old retired Marine general will be leaving his role as White House chief of staff after months of speculation.
Kelly was named chief of staff in July 2017.
He will succeed Gen. Joseph Dunford as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Alex McNabb, the host of a popular neo-Nazi podcast, regularly compares black patients to animals.
Kellyanne Conway’s husband had a fiery response to Trump’s tweet.
After the president declared that new filings in the Russia investigation “totally” cleared him, others gleefully pointed out a glaring oversight.
The same media buyers purchased ads to “advance a unified election strategy,” according to the filing.
Three court filings, from the special counsel and New York prosecutors, reveal new details in the investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Congressional questions weren’t a “search for truth, but a desperate attempt to attack the institutions of justice investigating the president,” the ex-FBI chief said.
Two more voters reported handing over their ballots to canvassers who came to their home.
Federal prosecutors described their recommendations for how the president’s former lawyer should be sentenced for his involvement in the Trump Russia scandal.
President Donald Trump’s eldest son shared a bizarre meme suggesting politicians like the congresswoman-elect will have Americans eating dogs.
“Totally clears the President,” Trump tweeted. (It does not.)
The Republican’s midterm campaign in the 9th Congressional District may have benefited from election fraud.
Language that would protect minors from being sentenced to life without parole is not included in the First Step Act.
The first person sent to prison in the Russia investigation is out.
Progressive members of Congress publicly took the university’s confab to task, saying it needed more representation from the left.
“I think he grew tired of me being the guy who told him, ‘You can’t do that,’” said the former secretary of state.
Mueller faces court deadlines in the cases of two men who worked closely with Trump.
His typo-ridden rant bashed key figures from Bruce Ohr to Rod Rosenstein.
The Vermont senator also updated “The Late Show” host Stephen Colbert on his 2020 plans.
The self-proclaimed branding genius has rebranded upgrades to the existing border fence as the start of the “Great Wall” he promised Mexico would pay for.
Stuart Varney condemns “false allegations” involving an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory. The host didn’t confront the congressman at the time, though.
New evidence appears to connect controversial political operative McCrae Dowless to Robeson County, which also reported unusual ballot data.
Democrats now have a net gain of 40 U.S. House seats.