Politics is a game of perception, folks, and this is nothing more than a hazy mirage meant to distract us from the grueling trek ahead.
This isn't the first time that De Niro has gone to the gutter to lambast the highest office in the land.
Biden's big bucks may not be enough to offset his inherent "creepiness", however.
Trump signed the executive order in front of a raucous crowd to hammer home his commitment to the cause.
President Trump believes that two can play this investigatory game.
Bernie Sanders is sticking to his guns on this one, despite the immediate and harsh feedback that he has received from Americans on the issue.
The democrats will undoubtedly be critical of the President's assertions.
For Jerry Nadler, denial isn't just a river in Egypt.
The President is fighting back against the "resistance" democrats who subpoenaed his tax returns...but will the tactic work?
Turnover is nothing new for the Trump White House.
The President's tweet carried with it a lot of bravado...but was it premature?
Does all this sound familiar?
Kamala Harris has done an excellent job of portraying the "do as I say, not as I do" democratic party to the masses.
Will the democrats be successful in their mission to mar Trump's character, or will the American people write this off as a petty revenge scheme?
Sounds about right, say Democrats!
Eric Swalwell wants to be known as the "anti gun guy" in the massive 2020 democratic field.
Andrew Yang is stealing a page from Tupac Shakur's book, but will young voters respond?
Pelosi has certainly attempted to insult the President before, but this is on a whole new level.
Julian Assange is only a threat to those with something to hide. That perfectly explains why Hillary Clinton wanted him dead.
Now comes the true test of Barr's commitment to "transparency", as he begins to investigate the real reason behind the RussiaGate conspiracy.
Beto may move a whole lot quicker than some of his democratic rivals, but that speed is not equating to support in Iowa.
Liz Warren is predictably shying away from a frontal assault on the Trump White House after her DNA test stunt went horribly awry.
The American people, the Attorney General, and the President himself are all for a public release of the Mueller report...why isn't the Senate?