The big story of the day is when and whether or not the White House will release the so-called “Nunes Memo.” This is a memo written by Devin Nunes, a Republican Congressman from California that claims the FBI overstepped their surveillance of Trump foreign policy adviser Carter Page in a very obvious attempt to paint the FBI as biased against Trump and to discredit the work of Special Counsel Mueller. This is how our government works now. If your party is in charge, you can lie, you can cheat, you can game the system to benefit your buddies, you can basically do whatever you want.
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Tuesday, May 22.
A sinkhole has opened up on the White House lawn. True story. Apparently one of Melania’s tunnels collapsed.
I heard that White House aides have told Trump to switch out his cellphone on a monthly basis, but he says it’s too inconvenient. Trump said, ‘The only thing I switch out on a monthly basis is my staff.’
It turns out, the president has staffers who help him compose those tweets, and according to The Boston Globe, the staffers add grammatical errors to make them seem more authentically Donald Trump. They do this because ...Read More
Stephen argues that what's missing from this iteration of American executive overreach is pushback from the other branches.
Now, some people are calling this a constitutional crisis, but I don’t know about that. A constitutional crisis technically requires that one branch of the government push back against another branch of government. ...Read More