The president’s attorney has traveled to some odd places and sought the help of some colorful characters to defend his client. But Chanel Rion might be the strangest of all.
Will Sommer is a tech reporter for The Daily Beast. He previously worked as a campaign editor at The Hill, and as a political columnist for Washington City Paper.
For a short time, Mahopac, New York, appeared to be taking its place as a modern day Fort Sumter for the conservative fringe.
Brian Kolfage has launched a smear campaign against a butterfly sanctuary caught in the path of his border wall, leaving the group flooded with “harassing messages.”
The firebrand Young Turks co-founder is running for former Rep. Katie Hill’s seat—and his controversial reputation is sending shivers through Democrats.
Malkin’s firing from Young America’s Foundation marks the latest battle between supporters of Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes and more establishment conservative figures.
He tweeted photos of Alexander Soros with top Democratic figures—then deleted them.
The top intel committee Republican pushed debunked claims about Ukraine to excuse the president’s actions.
Trump Jr. is the latest conservative celeb to be besieged by racist “groypers,” who style themselves after an obese cartoon frog.
Ranking Republicans issued their own list Saturday including Hunter Biden and the unnamed whistleblower, who they say will help treat the President with “fundamental fairness.”
A former Obama staffer has been erroneously accused by the pro-Trump internet of blowing the whistle on the Ukraine affair. He didn’t. But now he’s getting death threats.