Last night, Trump decided it would be a good idea to attack a dead Congressman and his widow.
Donald Trump proves once again that there are no boundaries he won’t cross.
With Kamala Harris”s exit from the race, some are raising questions about why minority candidates have failed to break through in a party that has a very diverse base.
President Trump’s opening rally of the 2020 campaign sounded an awful lot like a rally from 2016
Four years ago, Donald Trump began his campaign for President. What has followed has been as bad as could have been predicted that day.
In 2016, a crowded Republican field yielded an unlikely nominee. Could history repeat itself in 2020?
Two more defections from the stable of writers at RedState provide further proof of the extent to which conservative media has become a pro-Trump echo chamber.
After roughly a week of staying silent, President Trump decided last night to openly mock Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.
This morning, President Trump took to Twitter to attack Dr. Christine Blasey Ford over her allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
There was a time when Mike Pence believed that a President’s personality morality and trustworthiness mattered. He clearly doesn’t believe that anymore.
In the age of Trump, morality is optional for conservatives.
When it comes to the Trump White House, the fish rots from the head down.
Mike Pence’s obsequiousness to his master knows no limits.
Whether Don Blankenship wins or loses in West Virginia, his success is yet another example of how Donald Trump has changed the GOP for the worse.
Profiles in courage? With Republicans in the Trump Era, it’s more like profiles in cowardice.
Last week, the President was calling for national unity. This week, he called political opponents “treasonous.”
The President talked about national unity last night, but given his own rhetoric as a candidate and as a President, it’s a call that seems to be hypocritical.
The widow of Sgt. La David Johnson spoke out about the death of her husband and the controversy over the phone call she received from President Trump. And Trump proceeded to attack her and call her a liar.
Republicans now face a stark choice.
Several former candidates for President are emerging as potential candidates for Senate.
More Republican officeholders are distancing themselves from Donald Trump, but it’s time to start wondering what took them so long,
Donald Trump suggests Russia engage in espionage to help his Presidential campaign.0
Republican insiders are apparently still looking at ways to stop Donald Trump at a convention. It’s far too late for that, guys.
Republicans have a choice to make and, so far, they’ve been making the wrong one.
Donald Trump’s open contempt for the Rule of Law and Freedom of the Press should disqualify him from being considered an acceptable candidate for President.
Even before the 2016 convention, Republicans are talking about possible rules changes to stop another Trump-like candidate in 2020 or beyond.
Donald Trump’s win last night made him the presumptive Republican nominee, whether Republicans will unify around him is another question.
Donald Trump seems poised for another solid victory in Indiana tomorrow, while the effort to stop him from winning a majority of delegates looks to be running out of options.
For better or worse, Republicans seem to be resigning themselves to the inevitable.
In an unprecedented move that reeks of desperation, Ted Cruz is naming Carly Fiorina as his running mate before the primary process has even ended.
A new poll finds that Donald Trump is really, really disliked by voters, but it’s unclear how much that will matter going forward.
Ted Cruz and Donald Trump are locked in battle in a primary that could decide whether or not Donald Trump can get a majority of delegates prior to the GOP Convention.
The effort to stop Donald Trump seems likely to set off a civil war inside the Republican Party.
Mitt Romney came out with a blistering speech denouncing Donald Trump, but it’s unlikely to have much of an impact on the race.
Ever since last week’s debate, the race for the Republican nomination has come to resemble a schoolyard fight among a bunch of nine year-olds.
Donald Trump hasn’t hit the point of inevitability yet, but time is running short if Republicans are going to stop him.
Donald Trump is back on top, but the field below him remains as confused as ever.
The GOP field is now down to five.
Unless the polls are very wrong, it looks to be a good night for Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump. Beyond that, there’s a lot that’s still up in the air.
The real question about the GOP primary in New Hampshire will likely be about who comes in second and third place. But what if there are no clear winners for these positions?
Donald Trump continues to lead, while Marco Rubio surges, in the first polls out of New Hampshire since the Iowa Caucuses.
Six months ago, there were seventeen candidates for the 2016 Republican nomination. Now, the race is effectively down to three candidates.
The final polls of the Iowa Caucus show that the outcome of tonight’s caucuses depend almost entirely on turnout at this point. Plus, a projection of who will win and the order of finish.
With just over a week to go, the New Hampshire primary is being dominated by a bombastic New York celebrity and a septuagenarian Vermont socialist.
Fundraising in the final three months of 2015 largely reflected the state of the race itself, but some candidates are better positioned going forward than others.