The aide reportedly dismissed the senator’s opposing Trump‘s CIA pick, saying “He’s dying anyway.”
On the “This Week” Powerhouse Roundtable, ABC News Political Analyst Matthew Dowd discusses harsh comments made by a White House aide about Sen. John McCain, who has brain cancer.
ABC News’ Martha Raddatz interviews Stephen Hadley, former President George W. Bush’s national security adviser, and Adm. Mike Mullen, former chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staffs, on “This Week.”
ABC News’ “Nightline” went behind the scenes with the cast ahead of the show’s return to TV.
Everyone’s been talking about Trump‘s robot in Disney’s Hall of Presidents, but Ellen is pretty sure she knows why it looks the way it does.
“[My father] really is the most resilient man in the world. He was fine when he was diagnosed,” “The View” co-host said of her father Sen. John McCain.
ABC News’ Sam Champion reports the buzziest stories of the day in “GMA” Pop News.
Our “Why I Vote” campaign gives artists a chance to share personal opinions on the key issues shaping the 2016 Presidential Election. Along the way, they encourage young people, a traditionally under-represented demographic at the polls, to participate in the political process that impacts us all. From Kesha to T.I. to American Authors, each episode focuses on a particular subject, including immigration, LGBTQ rights, mass incarceration, and education opportunities. We’re hoping to galvanize first-time voters interested in shaping their own future.
Advocacy for drug treatment and prison reform is close to John Legend’s heart. Throughout his young adulthood, John’s mother, Phyllis, was arrested several times on charges related to drug abuse. Since then, John has been extremely vocal in his beliefs that rather than criminalizing drug addiction, we should be doing everything we can to provide the treatment necessary for recovery. In hope of changing the conversation about our country’s policies and improving America’s criminal justice system, John says, “I vote to end mass incarceration, I vote for a free America.”
Previous episodes of “Why I Vote” featured Vic Mensa sharing his personal experiences with police brutality, T.I. telling his own story of growing up in Atlanta at the beginning of the government’s “War on Drugs,” Kesha discussing LGBT rights, American Authors talking about gun safety, and Becky G. discussing immigration.
Upcoming episodes of “Why I Vote” will premiere in the coming weeks, and will feature Andra Day, Common and JoJo.
Ellen is turning 60 in just a few days, and even though she passed her annual physical with flying colors, she’s following in the President’s footsteps and making her exam results public.