The mainstream media will spend a lot of effort this year reporting on Trump voters, but very little effort trying to understand or empathize with them.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., exceeded expectations in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday night, winning approximately 20 percent of the primary votes.
After Andrew Yang announced he was suspending his presidential campaign, the mainstream media was forced to admit Yang was a diverse candidate.
Media allies are desperate for a Democrat who can win with moderates, black voters, and Americans who don’t want a senile president.
In his first post-impeachment rally, Trump traveled to New Hampshire to remind voters about the results of the impeachment sham that concluded last week.
In the days leading up to the New Hampshire primary, Joe Biden hosted a town hall where he insulted an attendee for asking him a tough question.
Granite State Democrats desperately want to pick a candidate who can beat Trump, but they’re not sure anyone on the primary ballot can do it.
The Democrats have realized that things are pretty good. It’s a tough spot.
But many voters here still say they’re undecided going into Tuesday’s primary, and are eager for a first-hand look at Buttigieg.
The fall of Biden would mean the Democratic Party’s best hope to prevent a Bernie Sanders nomination is Pete Buttigieg. That should worry Democrats.
CNN excluded Rep. Tulsi Gabbard from their town hall series although she’s polling higher than other candidates invited to participate.
Both Iowa polling numbers and recently released ourth quarter fundraising dollars indicate the Elizabeth Warren campaign is flatlining.
A new poll finds Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) polling at number one among New Hampshire voters in the 2020 Democratic primary field.
As the black community moves on from Al Sharpton, Bernie Sanders is reaching out for his support.
National Review’s Charles C. W. Cooke predicts the future of conservatism post-2016 election.
‘You’ve been debasing yourself at the feet of his golden throne over, and over, and over again on Fox.’
Our on-scene correspondent plies the New Hampshire crowds listening to Republican presidential frontrunners Ted Cruz and Donald Trump.
The Federalist staff predict what will happen to Republican frontrunner Donald Trump and explain the rise of Bernie Sanders.
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