This morning, Rudy Giuliani returned to a cable talk show to defend his allegation, on another talk show, that the Black Lives Matter movement was "inherently racist."
Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani, whose tenure was marred by law enforcement killings of unarmed African-Americans, took to the national television circuit today to baselessly smear Black Lives Matter protesters.
While Donald Trump has dominated the airwaves with vitriolic hate against Muslims and immigrants this elections season, he isn’t the only Republican pushing an Islamophobic agenda.
Donald Trump wasn't bluffing when proposed a ban on Muslims entering the United States: This morning, he outlined the mechanism by which he would indiscriminately ban 1.6 billion people from entering the country.
George W. Bush himself, in his book Decision Points, admits "Thousands of armed men had just been told they were not wanted. Instead of signing up for the new military, many joined the insurgency."
Watch as Rudy Giuliani simultaneously debunks Donald Trump's claim that thousands of Muslims celebrated on 9/11 — but refuses to actually call Trump a liar.
There's a good reason for the media to ask GOP candidates about President Obama's faith.
Larry Wilmore bluntly said that Rudy Giuliani's statements about President Obama were racist.
First, Governor Scott Walker (R-WI) was punting on evolution. Now he's decided not to get into another question: Whether or not President Obama even loves America. Click above to watch Walker's non-response when he got asked ...