James Corden tells 60 minutes that the Trump administration 'isn't even politics'

James Corden has told 60 Minutes that the Trump administration ‘isn’t even politics’ and he considers it to be ‘good versus evil’. The Late Late Show host slammed the US President in a CBS News interview, describing the current state of politics as the difference between ‘right and wrong’.  In September, Trump fired off tweets … Read more

Republican Sens. Tom Cotton and John Cornyn slam Biden cabinet picks, suggesting confirmation fight

Two Republican Senators have blasted President-Elect Joe Biden’s cabinet picks, suggesting they might try to block the nomination process after January’s inauguration.  In tweets Sunday, Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas and Sen. John Cornyn of Texas hit out at Biden’s potential picks for Secretary of Defense, Secretary of State, Secretary of Homeland Security, and Director … Read more

President-elect Joe Biden arrives at orthopedist after slipping while playing with his dog

President-elect Joe Biden arrives at orthopedist after slipping while playing with his dog Major and spraining his ankle President-elect Joe Biden visited an orthopedist at Delaware Orthopaedic Specialists in Newark, Delaware, for an examination Sunday afternoon Biden suffered injury on Saturday after he slipped while playing with dog Major  Major is one of two dogs … Read more

Trump will join Fox News' Maria Bartiromo Sunday at 10am in his first interview since Election Day

Donald Trump will join Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo on Sunday at 10am in his first interview since Election Day as he continues to dispute election results President Donald Trump will join Fox News on Sunday morning for his first interview since the election He will speak by phone with ‘Sunday Morning Futures’ host Maria Bartiromo  … Read more

Boris Johnson considers new laws to target the Twitter censors

Boris Johnson considers new laws to target the Twitter censors… so ‘bunch of woke Californians can’t interfere in the UK’ The PM was alarmed by the way Twitter fact-checks Donald Trump’s Tweets  He is afraid his own communications may be subject to similar warnings  He wants to limit the influence of ‘woke Californians’ on Britain’s … Read more

Trump declares his team has 'massive proof' of 'fraud and illegality' in Pennsylvania

President Donald Trump announced that his campaign is continuing to push back against the election results in Pennsylvania, claiming that his team had presented ‘massive proof’ of voter fraud in the case.  The president returned to Twitter to slam the result from a federal court, where on Friday a judge he appointed dismissed his campaign’s bid … Read more

Trump takes a break from Thanksgiving family reunion at Camp David to hit the course again

President Donald Trump was joined by his eldest sons Don Jr. and Eric as he took a break from his family Thanksgiving getaway at Camp David on Saturday and returned to the golf course.  The president headed to Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia, just a day after a federal judge he appointed refused … Read more

Trump is planning an event DURING president-elect's inauguration to announce his 2024 run'

Donald Trump is said to be considering holding an event during the president-elect’s inauguration to announce his 2024 run and has boasted that he thinks the networks will continue to cover him after he leaves the White House because Joe Biden is ‘boring’. Three sources close to the president told The Daily Beast he is … Read more

Joe Biden offers UK ambassadorship to Cindy McCain after she 'delivered Arizona'

Cindy McCain, the widow of the late Republican Senator John McCain who crossed party lines to endorse President-elect Joe Biden, is reported to be in line to be named the next US ambassador to the United Kingdom. Cindy McCain, 66, is said to be the frontrunner for the job as a reward for helping deliver … Read more

Fight breaks out among Democrats over who should serve as Biden's Agriculture Secretary

A fight is breaking out among Democrats over who Joe Biden should pick to be his Secretary of Agriculture.  The president-elect has yet to appoint the person who will head up the Agriculture Department, which oversees various important agencies including the United States Forest Service, the United States Food Safety and Inspection Service, and the Food … Read more