Kevin Sorbo, actor of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys fame, has told TMZ that Jesus—and by extension, he himself—would vote for Donald Trump, all but ensuring that the presumptive Republican nominee collects the middle-aged-white-man-who-goes-to-the-gym-three-times-a-day-and-has-a-copy-of-The Passion of the Christ…
A new national poll of 1,610 registered voters released by Quinnipiac University found that 40 percent supported Donald Trump while 42 percent supported Hillary Clinton, with a margin of error of 2 percentage points. But listen guys! Hey! Don’t panic! It’s just a poll! Wait, where are you going? To Vancouver? Fair…
Over the past 30-ish hours, the Supreme Court struck down a Texas anti-abortion law, Liz Warren spent a solid 15 minutes burning Trump, and the GOP let Crooked Hillary get away with Benghazi once and for all. And throughout all of it, red-faced Twitter egg king Donald Trump hasn’t made a peep. Something’s not right.
Earlier this morning, Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren came together for their very first joint campaign appearance ever. But it wasn’t just the progressives in the audience that were losing their shit. As Warren embarked on her Trump-bashing stand-up bit, Hillary Clinton herself could barely conceal her glee.
Yesterday, the UK voted—essentially by accident, both on the part of the pompous drip who called the referendum and the voters who didn’t bother to learn what it meant—to exit the European Union. Today, David Cameron resigned, the pound plunged to its lowest level since 1985, global financial markets plummeted, and …
On Wednesday, Donald Trump gave a speech that included an outline of actions he’ll take on his first 100 days as President of the United States. Here, an imagined recreation of his early musings on the subject.
“I have only said like 1000 times I will be a private citizen in January,” failed Republican presidential candidate and agitated ninth grader Marco Rubio tweeted approximately one month ago, in response to a Washington Post story that suggested he was unsure about his political future. On Wednesday, the Washington…
When Carly Fiorina, notable as the holder of the shortest VP run in U.S. history, suspended her presidential bid, she invoked the vague idea of feminism.
Donald Trump is not going to be the president.
If Donald Trump wants to win the presidency, he’ll need to raise a lot of money. One of the men helping him do that is the hedge fund manager Anthony Scaramucci. We asked him why.
The New York Times reports that Donald Trump’s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, best known for having battery charges pressed against him by Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields (charges that were later dropped) and for having a history of misogynistic behavior, has finally—some might say belatedly—been punted from…
Tonight, in a live address streamed to supporters, Bernie Sanders announced that he was officially conce—hahaha, just kidding. Bernie Sanders will concede in hell.
The good news: After 133 days, 21 hours and approximately 10,000 ill-advised thinkpieces, the Associated Press reports that primary season is finally over, my dudes.
No one has played themselves in a more beautifully ironic fashion this election season than New Jersey governor and hopelessly devoted Bruce Springsteen fan Chris Christie, who has mostly abandoned his post as a vindictive, wildly unpopular political bully to serve as Donald Trump’s (and, by extension, the media’s)…
Ben Carson, a sleepy, disoriented owl who can’t quite recall how he ended up in your cedar closet, will always be on hand to defend his good friend Donald J. Trump. Unfortunately for Trump, “defend” is a strong word for what has been happening here.
On Wednesday, a routine volley of baffling world views on Fox News’ Special Report with Bret Baier turned rather suggestive when conservative commenter Laura Ingraham began referring to Trump’s “magic sauce,” which Clinton, for some reason, is not capable of producing.
During a CNN panel discussion on Tuesday, former Reagan aide Jeffrey Lord argued that Donald Trump’s widely condemned comments about Judge Gonzalo Curiel were not, in fact, racist and were instead pointing out racism.
Donald Trump’s candidacy has divided more than a few communities, but most inevitably, perhaps, it is dividing the third-graders of Powers-Ginsburg Elementary School, with whom he shares a reading level and emotional intelligence capacity.