The MSNBC host broke out the video to show how Trump has "trouble even forming basic sentences."
SPUTNIKVladimir Putin’s backyard just got a whole lot smaller.A year and a half after the Russian president’s rash, illegal, blundering invasion of Ukraine, Russian peacekeepers have been forced to admit defeat in the faraway enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh, handing control back to Azerbaijan after a 24-hour military offensive, which killed a senior Russian officer.For Azerbaijan, which began talks with Karabakh’s Armenian separatist leaders on Thursday to formally take back control of the region, i
Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/GettyListen to this full episode of The New Abnormal on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon and Stitcher.The latest move by a Georgia judge ruling that two defendants could be tried separately from Donald Trump and 16 others in the Georgia 2020 election case could prove problematic for the former president.That’s according to MSNBC legal analyst and host of the Justice Matters podcast Glenn Kirschner, who joins The New Abnormal this week to spell
“I think he will do what he says," warned William Cohen.
The gaffe comes as Biden, Trump, and members of Congress face criticism for their advanced age.
Cassidy Hutchinson explains why the then-president said "I’m not wearing this thing" in 2020.
The men said Russia was sending them to "certain death" by asking untrained soldiers without ammo to fight on the front lines.
Soldiers took armored vehicles past parts of Russia's "Surovikin Line" for the first time, the Institute for the Study of War said.
The news that Britain could rejoin the European Union as an “associate member” under France and Germany’s plans for the bloc’s expansion was an explosive talking point with Telegraph readers.
The conservative outlet savagely mocked the four-times-indicted Republican candidate in an editorial.
Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/GettyIn Britain, where he laid the foundations of his global media empire and his own omnipotence, Rupert Murdoch never met a political leader of either of the main parties he couldn’t manipulate to his own ends. He grew used to that pernicious sense of power.He thought the same of Donald Trump. Like many others, Murdoch did not see a Trump presidency coming in 2016, but when it arrived he still believed—for the first time—there would be a man
Police warning after People’s Question Time was targeted by protesters
Millions of people are receiving payments to help with high bills amid the cost of living crisis, with more to come.
James Johnson, who previously ran polling for Downing Street, wrote on X that the latest survey marked an 'utterly miserable week of polling for the Conservatives'.
On abortion and a few other issues, the former president is using all sorts of rhetorical misdirection to avoid being tagged as an extremist.
Labour said it ‘shouldn’t come as a surprise’ that the party does not want to ‘dilute workers’ rights, environmental protections or food standards’
Sir Lindsay Hoyle criticised the way the Prime Minister was unveiling the major policy shift, saying ‘this is not the way to do business’.
Russia has banned exports of diesel in retaliation against western sanctions, raising fears of yet more pain for British motorists.
PM accused of inventing ‘straw men’ and playing politics with climate change
Using open source data on the deaths of 3,000 mobilized men, Russian independent outlets calculated an estimated "life expectancy in war."