Proving they still know how to engineer polling results, ABC/Washington Post and CNN are out with a pair of polls this morning, on Trump's favorability, that sport some of the most egregious "oversamples" we've seen.
Dylann Roof, the shooter who was found guilty in the murder of nine people praying at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina, in June 2015, will be put to death after a jury of his peers deliberated on the sentencing for just three hours.
As the Jeff Sessions confirmation hearing continues, Trump's nominee for attorney general said that he would recuse himself from any potential future investigations or probes involving Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while working as secretary of state, as well as any questions about her family’s philanthropic foundation.
Following earlier speculation, and concerns over conflicts of interest, NBC News' Peter Alexander has confirmed that Jared Kushner, President-elect Donald Trump’s son-in-law, will be named senior adviser to the president.
Santiago told the F.B.I. he thought he was being mind controlled, possibly by the U.S. government or the C.I.A. and admitted hearing voices, which Santiago said told him to study “extremist materials on the Internet,” the New York Times reports. Despite the fact that Santiago himself, his girlfriend, and even co-workers warned authorities of his experiences the F.B.I. failed to detain him before his travels to Florida.
"Look, they're going to arrive in Washington, and for them to be successful they have to stake out positions that the left will hate. I'm worried that when they realize how big the problem is, that they decide that they're just going to do the best they can and give in."
The Washington Post has been exposed again as nothing more than a liberal propaganda machine after admitting that their own story about the alleged "Russian hacking" of a Vermont utility was a total fraud: "Editor’s Note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly said that Russian hackers had penetrated the U.S. electric grid."