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Relax, Trump is stone cold sane

Dr. Keith Ablow, Let me issue the standard disclaimer of psychiatrists who discuss the mental health of public figures: I have not personally examined President Trump. Now, let me put to rest the concerns of Sen. Al Franken and political commentators John Oliver and Andrew Sullivan and anyone else who publicly or privately has questioned

We Don’t Need Any More Debate, Senator Rubio

Bill Sardi, Washington Post reporter Chris Cillizza extols Senator Marco Rubio for his recent Rodney King-like speech (“Can’t we all just get along?”).  These are the main statements reporter Cillizza excerpted from Senator Rubio’s speech: * “I don’t know of a civilization in the history of the world that’s been able to solve its problems

Churchill bust takes center stage as Trump, May reaffirm special relationship

President Trump, in his first meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May Friday, pledged his “lasting support” to the historic relationship between the U.S. and the U.K., and called an independent Britain a “blessing to the world.” During what was also Trump’s first meeting with a foreign leader, the pair posed in the Oval Office

‘America First’ Is Not a Threat but a Promise

Michael Barone, “From this day forward, it’s going to be only America first, America first,” Donald Trump proclaimed in his inaugural address. As has been his habit, he added to the prepared text the word “only” and employed the rhetorical device of repetition by repeating “America first.” The phrase sticks in some critics’ craws. It

Trump returns Churchill bust to the Oval Office

Gabby Morrongiello, President Trump has returned a bust of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill to the Oval Office, which had been removed by his predecessor in 2009. Reporters first noticed that the bust had been placed back in the room on Friday, just as Trump was signing a series of executive orders at the

Mr. Trump, our country is divided. Please create a commission for national healing

Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, With days to go until the presidential inauguration, the hope for the traditionally sedate transition between the old and new administrations has been anything but. Instead feelings of fragmentation and anxiety spurred by the brutal presidential campaign and its aftermath prevail. There are still millions who distrust

The Intelligence Community, Russia and Trump

Michael Barone, On Wednesday, in his first news conference as president-elect, Donald Trump came out swinging — against some of the media (while praising others), against the policies and performance of the Obama administration, and against the intelligence community. He had some legitimate reason. One was CNN’s report that Trump had been briefed that Russian

9 Things You Didn’t Know About Christmas

Aaron Bandler, Christmas, a day dedicated to sharing gifts and time and joy with family and friends. For those who celebrate Christmas, it is the best day of the year, when people are at their best and give their best to each other. But Christmas hasn’t always been the warm, gift-giving celebration that it is today – there

Britain’s Brexit firebrand Farage meets Trump in New York

Leading Brexit campaigner and UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage visited U.S. President-elect Donald Trump at his home in New York City on Saturday and a Trump aide said the pair had a “very productive” meeting. “We’re just tourists!” Farage joked with reporters after he was seen waiting for an elevator in the skyscraper’s lobby.

The Crookedness of the Clinton Foundation and Hillary’s serial lies to the FBI and Congress

Michael Reagan, Trump Trumps Trump, He had his best debate in Nevada. Instead of 90 minutes of him denying his alleged minor sexual aggressions, some actual issues were discussed — the Supreme Court, the economy, trade, terrorism, immigration, guns and abortion. And before he jumped the tracks, Trump scored a few solid hits on the crookedness