The administration is calling it manufactured anger. Bend over and Americans will show you how to manufacture this.
Some so-called GOP leaders are staying away from town halls in fear of their constituents, who are angry as hell.
Republicans who rode a wave of Tea Party discontent at town halls are now skipping them to avoid giving local citizens the opportunity to strike back with the same tactics they used.
Protesters insists that it's not only about the US economy, but healthcare, and natural resources, but also about human rights.
GOP politicians face protests over President Trump at town halls http://usat.ly/2maQehU
Meanwhile, the Conservative Political Action Conference meets in Washington, D.C. Today's lineup features speeches several members of the Trump White House, including Vice President Pence, Kellyanne Conway, Stephen Bannon and Reince Priebus. Expect a well-crafted speech from President Trump on Friday.
CPAC was in the spotlight even before it began: Organizers on Monday uninvited Milo Yiannopoulos, a gay, conservative former editor of Breitbart News after video surfaced that seemed to show him defending sexual relationships between 13-year-old boys and grown men.
Conference panels include using social media for politics, the alt-right and if heaven has a gate and extreme vetting, why can't America?
Conservative CPAC gathering gets hilariously mocked for ‘Heaven has a wall, why can’t US?’ panel http://ow.ly/9SKQ309gcVt
Can anyone detect extreme civil discontent brewing? Is this the best way to make America great?