Trump spent his first full day on the job complaining that he is not getting the human-turned-god treatment he feels he deserves like he gets at home.
Liberty was at the marches.
A collection of legal scholars, ethics lawyers, and money in politics experts are suing President Trump for violating the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution.
Here is a photo gallery from Washington, D.C. of the largest protest march in US history.
“A fact is a piece of information presented as having objective reality,” Merriam-Webster Dictionary tweeted after Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway tried to rebrand the Trump administration’s false statements as “alternative facts.”
Senate Democrats, anticipating Donald Trump lifting those sanctions, are working to hold Trump to the same rule as Republicans held Obama to regarding sanctions on Iran.
On Fox News Sunday, host Chris Wallace confronted White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus with photographic evidence to dispute their inaugural crowd size lie.
The Women’s March was the second busiest day in Metro history, coming in second only to President Obama’s 2009 inauguration.
The final national crowd estimate is that somewhere between 3.6 million and 4.5 million people marched across the country in Women’s March On Washington.
On Meet The Press, Trump senior adviser Kellyanne Conway tried to claim that the White House is using “alternative facts.” Host Chuck Todd destroyed Conway’s claim and showed that the media isn’t going to be Trump’s propaganda arm.
Instead of being presidential and congratulating the millions of women’s marchers for their peaceful protests, Donald Trump wondered why they were protesting since we just had an election. He seems to expect all dissent to stop now that he’s president.
The marches across the country manifested the grassroots energy to continue bending the moral arc of the universe towards justice for all people.