Fox News host Bill O’Reilly said Tuesday White House slaves were “well fed” with good lodging in response to First Lady Michelle Obama’s speech at the 2016 DNC.
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Rep. Alan Grayson’s ex-wife, Lolita Grayson has accused him of domestic abuse, and given her first public comments on the allegations to Politico.
Rep. Alan Grayson shouted at a Politico reporter after he was questioned on domestic abuse allegations by his ex-wife, Lolita Grayson. Watch the video here.
Watch the DNC online without cable here. We have multiple live streams where you can watch the Democratic National Convention Day 2, plus roll call and protests.
Donald Trump could not remain quiet during the Democratic National convention, tweeting about Cory Booker, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders.
The DNC continues with Day 2 as Bill Clinton headlines the list of speakers. Find out a full rundown of the tv stations and speakers.
DREAMer Astrid Silva spoke at the Democratic National Convention on Monday night about Clinton’s support for immigrant families like her own.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, who had been vetted in the veepstakes and has campaigned for Clinton, spoke on the nominee’s at the DNC Monday night.
Bernie Sanders emphatically endorsed Hillary Clinton at the DNC. Watch the full speech here.
In the midst of her DNC speech, Silverman called out Bernie Sanders supporters. Watch her controversial speech here.
Minnesota Senator Al Franken revived his comedy roots during his Democratic National Convention speech about Trump University.
Which celebrity speakers are slated to appear at tonight’s DNC day 1? It’s the 2016 Democratic Convention and tune in here to see who is speaking.
Joe Kennedy III is a Congressman representing Massachusetts’ 4th Congressional District. He is also speaking at the Democratic National Convention Monday.
Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes blasted Sen. Mitch McConnell Monday morning at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.