Across five panels on cable news and ABC, there were only two open Trump supporters, and seven that are not publicly hostile toward the president
“I think that the choice of Republicans to take this race-baiting stuff face on is a good one. We shouldn’t ignore it, we should call it out for what it is,” he said.
On the eve of Super Tuesday, Joe Biden landed endorsements from three past presidential rivals and two key power players in the Democratic Party.
Instead of the first-place finisher enjoying the benefits of dominating the morning news cycle along with appearing in headlines in every newspaper across the country, the caucuses ended without the results made public.
California Sen. Kamala Harris took the biggest hit in the post-debate polls, following an attack on her record as the largest state’s attorney general.
Based on the reasons given for blocking Fox News, the Democrats have even more cause to remove the News Net from its debate schedule.
Let’s hope 2017 isn’t so bad! Ah, well. At least we can hope until 2017 starts and dashes our hopes.
The party insists on advancing an agenda that the average voter does not want—so why don’t they just form a new pro-abortion party?
CNN let go Democratic National Committeewoman Donna Brazile after she helped Clinton prep for a debate. CNN needs to explain how it happened.
‘This is not just about Donna Brazile at CNN, this is about John Harwood. . . It’s people at Politico, people at The New York Times.’
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