During the Friday “Good Morning America” broadcast, ABC political analyst Matthew Dowd said the country today is “akin” to where it was at the start of the Civil War.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The center of the nation’s capital was unusually quiet on Thursday afternoon. Office buildings stood virtually empty. Streets were calm and traffic sedate, even around a maze of security roadblocks.
Legendary former Indiana University basketball coach Bobby Knight, who endorsed President-elect Donald Trump in April, said Trump “got a little carried away” with personal slights several months ago, but is still “perfect” for the presidency.
In an interview with the New York Times detailing Joe Biden’s post-vice presidency plans, Hunter Biden, the vice president’s son, said he wants his father to launch a bid for the White House — and soon.
President Barack Obama’s final days in office would be laughable if they weren’t so insulting, self-aggrandizing and, frankly, sad.