Trump is going to nominate a woman, and she’s going to be a woman with terrible ideas. She’s going to be a woman specifically picked to help undo the legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Erin Ryan is a contributor to The Daily Beast, the host of Crooked Media’s Hysteria podcast, and a writer for It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. She is based in Los Angeles.
Is optimism a Sharpie marker on a hurricane map, a deliberate slowdown in testing during convention week because testing will expose more cases? It is in Trump’s America.
It didn’t seem like an accident that groundbreaking Midwestern women were featured throughout the convention.
Democrats are telling voters that they are trying to help. Next week, Republicans will counter that Dems will steal your guns and teach your daughters the words to Cardi B’s WAP.
There are worse possible 2020 DNC speakers than Bill Clinton, but I can’t think of many. Jim Traficant? Anthony Weiner? Harvey Weinstein?
Americans love women who are happy with what they have, and lose their collective minds when women want more.
This is another “Melania, What Are You Doing?” hit, a song that isn’t a radio single but that the true fans will know by heart.
As stubborn older American men cling to the belief that their brand of Fuck You masculinity isn’t a ridiculous failure, the Get This Guy The Hell Out Of Here coalition is growing.
One thing we can take from his tiresome attacks is this: When Trump would rather pick on the reporter than answer the question, he’s losing.
The president who wishes professional wisdom behaved like 1950s TV housewives isn’t exactly leading man material himself.