VIDEO-------> Cancer-Stricken Woman Says She Was Humiliated By TSA Pat-Down

Mom, 42, suffering from breast cancer was 'violated' and reduced to tears by aggressive TSA agents who patted down medical port on her chest and 'tried to perform a body cavity search in public'

Radio show host Denise Albert was traveling through LAX on Sunday.

Albert informed TSA agents she had a medical port in her chest that she didn't want them to touch - a warning that was not heeded

Here is video from ABC's World News Tonight.
This is outrageous.

Michael Moore: Angry Voters In the Rust Belt Saw Trump As Their 'Molotov Cocktail'

'People in the rust-belt have suffered.'
Trump was the human Molotov cocktail Moore says.
At the 2:10 mark

CNN Town Hall talks to Michael Moore about the Trump election

Trump Says Mitt Romney Still in the Running for Secretary of State

I got the perfect job for Mitt Romney in a Trump White House and I think few would have a problem with naming Mitt to it.

President-Elect Trump should name Romney - Chairman of Council of Economic Advisers. That is where Mitt needs to be, not Secretary of State.

WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald J. Trump said on Wednesday that Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, was still in the running to become his secretary of state despite their bitter differences during the campaign, as he narrowed his choices and planned an announcement next week for the crucial post.

“We’ve come a long way together, we had some tremendous difficulty together and now I think we’ve come a long way,” Mr. Trump said of Mr. Romney in a telephone interview on NBC’s “Today” show.

Mr. Trump said the drawn-out selection process and highly publicized flirtation with Mr. Romney was not designed to torment a campaign nemesis but rather to find the right person to serve as the nation’s chief diplomat.

“It’s not about revenge, it’s about what’s good for the country, and I’m able to put this stuff behind us,” Mr. Trump said.

Trump to Meet with Rahm Emanuel At Trump Tower

WHAT?  Al Gore Tuesday and Rahm Emanuel today? What's next? A meeting with Rosie O'Donnell?

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and President-elect Donald Trump will meet in New York City on Wednesday morning, the Chicago Tribune reported.

Emanuel was President Obama's chief of staff until the end of 2010, when he resigned to run for mayor of Chicago. He also served as a senior adviser to President Clinton.
Trump requested the meeting when he and Emanuel spoke last month, according to the Tribune.

"Mayor Emanuel will meet with the president-elect this morning when he is in New York for a series of other meetings," Emanuel spokesman Adam Collins told the Tribune.

"When they spoke a few weeks ago the president-elect asked for a meeting with the Mayor, as he has done with others who have significant experience in the White House and several other big city mayors.

Flashback 2011  I don't get it.

Donald Trump Named Time Magazine’s Person of the Year

Last year Trump was 'runner-up- to Time's Person of the Year Angela Merkel

Donald Trump was named Time magazine’s Person of the Year — but he ruined the surprise minutes before the big reveal.

The President-elect called into the “Today” show minutes after he was named the year’s most influential person for a wide-ranging interview that addressed his cabinet picks, his business philosophy, his friendship with President Obama, his habit of late-night tweeting and his disdain for “Saturday Night Live.”

Trump teased the whirlwind interview on Twitter just before he was set to go on. But the tweet — which announced that he’d be on the NBC morning show at the exact same time it was set to unveil the magazine’s annual honor — effectively blew the cover on the surprise

Trump on the Today Show:
'I consider this a very, very great honor'

Biden: "I Am Going To Run For President in 2020"

Biden will be 78 in 2020 and would by far be the oldest person ever to win a presidential nomination if he were successful 4 years from now.

Vice President Biden on Monday raised the possibility of a presidential bid in 2020.

“I am going to run in 2020,” Biden told a group of reporters in the Capitol when asked about his political future. “What the hell man, anyway.”

Asked if he was kidding about running, the 74-year-old paused for four seconds before saying he is “not committing not to run.”

“I am not committed to anything,” he added. “I learned a long time ago, fate has a strange way of intervening.”

It would be surprising if Biden decided to continue his decades-long political career, which many assumed would end once President Obama and he leave the White House next month.

After months of toying with a presidential run this cycle, Biden announced last October that he would not mount a bid. He said he ran out time “necessary to mount a winning campaign”

Pelosi: I Don't Think Democrats Want a New Direction

Even though they've been totally repudiated.

Since 2010, Democrats have lost 62 House seats and the speakership, 11 Senate seats and control, 11 Governorships and 900 State Legislative seats across the country.

And they put the same old dinosaurs back in the leadership positions...

Fox News
WASHINGTON – Nancy Pelosi just gave Republicans another reason for celebration.

The newly elected Minority Leader insisted Sunday Dems aren’t looking for a “new direction” even after the bruising Election Day defeats and a GOP monopoly in Washington.

A defiant — and possibly delusional — Pelosi stood firm about her party’s future when pressed with what she’ll do differently to deal with Democrat discontent.

“I don’t think people want a new direction,” Pelosi told CBS’s “Face the Nation.” “Our values unify us and our values are about supporting America’s working families.”

Pelosi was reelected Democratic Leader last week after a surprising challenge from Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan who argued Dems must do more to speak to working class voters in the rust belt and not just coastal liberal elites. Pelosi batted back the threat to her reign with 134-63 vote win, and has since downplayed the dire straits for the Democratic Party as cyclical changes.

Here's the interview:
CBS's John Dickerson says, you were just reelected, what do you say to Democrats who want a new direction? 'Democrats are getting clobbered'

At the 3:00 mark:

VIDEO-----> Al Gore Talks About His Meeting With President-Elect Trump

AlGore: "The bulk of the time was with President-elect Donald Trump. I found it an extremely interesting conversation"

Here's Gore arriving at Trump Tower in NYC

Flashback General Petraeus: Hillary Clinton Would 'Make a Tremendous President'

Deal breaker.

Why did General Petraeus think she'd make a tremendous president? Because she was (wait for it) 'resolute, determined, and controlled” in the wake of the Benghazi attack.

Anybody remember this?
Why isn't this being brought up?
This is as close to an endorsement as possible.

ABC's Jonathan Karl reported 2/9/2014

Among Republicans, there is no more popular general than David Petraeus, the commander credited for salvaging the Iraq war and the architect of the counter-insurgency strategy pursued by President Bush. Petraeus has always shied away from politics, but in a new book he is quoted lavishing so much praise on Hillary Clinton, he seems to be endorsing her as a candidate for President.

She’d make a tremendous president,” Petraeus says in the new book “HRC” by Jonathan Allen and Aimee Parnes.

And for Petraeus, Exhibit A in why she would be a tremendous president is the very thing for which Republicans most aggressively attack Clinton: her performance as Secretary of State when the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, was attacked.

“Like a lot of great leaders, her most impressive qualities were most visible during tough times,” Petraeus tells Allen and Parnes. “In the wake of the Benghazi attacks, for example, she was extraordinarily resolute, determined, and controlled.”

The book does not specify what, if anything, Petraeus had to say about the failure of the State Department to respond to repeated requests for improved security in Benghazi in the weeks and months before the attacks

It's allll right here....

Van Jones: The Clinton Campaign Needs To Take Responsibility For What Happened

Last month, Trump's win was nothing more than a 'white lash.' Today, Van Jones says the Clinton campaign failed to connect with working class voters, failed to connect with people in the rustbelt and should take responsibility for making mistakes and ultimately, losing the election.