Donald Trump is, for now, promising to boycott the next debate. No, he’s not copying the RNC and this doesn’t spell the end of conservative media critiques.
The CNBC debate moderators were even worse than we thought they would be.
More than 12 hours after completely botching an attack on Sen. Marco Rubio during CNBC’s GOP debate, John Harwood still refuses to admit he screwed up.
The biggest loser of CNBC’s Republican primary debate was moderator John Harwood, who blatantly misrepresented the tax plan proposed by Sen. Marco Rubio.
Ted Cruz went Full Newt Gingrich and completely dismantles the absurd, loaded questions from CNBC’s moderators at the Republican primary debate.
Gabby Morrongiello, reporter for the Washington Examiner, weighed in on the first democratic presidential debate on today’s Federalist Radio Hour. She discussed Hillary Clinton’s successes on stage, Bernie Sander’s missed opportunities, and other highlights from the night.
David Byler, elections analyst for RealClearPolitics, joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the numbers behind election demographics and poll numbers. Later in the hour, Ben is joined by Dr. Roger Scruton, English philosopher and writer.
The big question for tonight’s Democratic presidential debate: will there be any debating?
Carly Fiorina joins the main stage and wins the second Republican Debate easily.
Ted Cruz reveals the foolproof debate question he’d put to Hillary Clinton.
When it comes to proper spelling and grammar usage, Donald Trump’s Facebook fan base ranks dead last.
Call me, maybe?
Collegiate debate generates lots of social leaders. So everyone should be concerned that today’s debaters prefer to jettison logic and scream absurdities at each other.
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