President Trump called the ongoing probe into the interference a “disaster for our country.” He added, after his summit with Vladimir Putin, that the autocrat gave him a “very powerful” denial. “I don’t see any reason why” Russia would have interfered, he said.
House Speaker Paul D. Ryan said “the president must appreciate that Russia is not our ally.” Ailing Sen. John McCain delivered the strongest broadside, describing the president’s news conference with Putin as “one of the most disgraceful performances by an American president in memory.”
The Massachusetts senator is honing her pitch in a reelection campaign that could be a tuneup for a presidential run. But is her brand of pugilistic populism what Democratic voters want in their next presidential candidate?
Philip Van Cleave was among several public figures pranked by Sacha Baron Cohen for his TV series. On the show, Van Cleave holds a "Puppy Pistol" toy and says, "Just remember to point Puppy Pistol’s mouth right at the middle of the bad man."