2016 presidential election
With the first debate of the Republican presidential campaign approaching, the White House hopefuls are trying everything they can to improve their polling position.
Trump said Graham, who represents South Carolina, gave him his business card several years ago, saying the “total lightweight” had been seeking his help for a deal with Fox News Channel.
At an Iowa candidate forum on Saturday, Trump dismissed Republican Sen. John McCain’s reputation as a war hero, saying the aviator was merely taken captive after being shot down in Vietnam and “I like people who weren’t captured.”
Controversy seems to suit the man whose shirts and ties are no longer sold at Macy’s.
Republican presidential candidate Chris Chrisite rapped up his blitz in New Hampshire Monday by making the rounds on TV news morning shows in New York.
Christie participated in a town hall meeting Tuesday night in Sandown, New Hampshire.
The Republican governor launched his campaign in the old gymnasium of Livingston High School in the town of Livingston, where he experienced some of his first political victories.
NBC said it would no longer air the annual Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants, which had been a joint venture between the company and Trump.
The website — Chrischristie.com — shows the Republican governor’s name along with the slogan “Telling it like it is.”
Christie has reportedly hired new campaign staff in New Hampshire, where the Republican governor should play to his strengths, said Seton Hall Associate Political Science Professor Matthew Hale.
In a video posted Thursday morning on YouTube, Pataki says America needs to recapture the spirit of unity that spread through the country in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
As the holiday weekend began on Friday, the State Department released the first batch of Hillary Clinton’s emails, and among other things they show she received sensitive information about Benghazi on her unsecure home server.
Clinton’s appearance before the press was her first in 28 days, and it came after a drum roll of criticism from opponents.
A Monmouth University Poll found that in a hypothetical matchup, Christie trails Hillary Rodham Clinton 53 percent to 30 percent among New Jersey voters.
Questions about the Clinton Foundation’s fundraising tactics are hitting the presidential candidate just as she’s trying to get her campaign off the ground