The 2015 deal between Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee in which the group effectively ceded immediate control to the Clinton campaign was supposed to take effect only if Clinton won the primary process – but in effect, they ceded h…
Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy, the leader of the House’s top investigative committee, on Sunday slammed special counsel Robert Mueller for allowing the news media to learn that he and his legal team now have charges in their Russia investigation.
President Trump on Sunday said the lack of investigation into the Clinton campaign spending a reported $12 million on a dossier crafted during the 2016 White House race to smear him has sparked unprecedented “anger and unity” among fellow Republicans.
California Senate leader Kevin de Leon on Sunday became the first Democrat to officially announce a challenge to U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s 2018 reelection effort, saying he owes the bid to his single, immigrant mother and millions like her “who do everything in their power to protect their children.”
Steve Bannon, President Trump’s former chief strategist, on Saturday rallied evangelicals and other base supporters, urging them to defeat the Republican establishment as they recently did in Alabama and boldly predicting a commanding Trump re-election victory.
President Trump on Sunday ripped increasingly vocal critic Sen. Bob Corker, saying the Tennessee Republican gutlessly dropped his reelection bid after “begging for the Trump endorsement he never received.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein on Sunday gave her strongest indication so far that she’ll seek re-election, amid speculation the senior California Democratic senator will retire in 2018 amid a potential challenge from her party’s progressive wing.
President Trump, with his United Nations debut over, turned his attention Saturday to make-or-break senators in their chamber’s upcoming ObamaCare vote, encouraging GOP Sen. Rand Paul to “find a way” to vote yes.
Democrats are on a wide-ranging mission to wrest the veterans vote from Republicans – courting them with the promise of better jobs and running dozens of returning military servicemembers in the 2018 midterms.
Republicans’ multimillion-dollar fundraising edge over Democrats extends to the battle for control of state capitals, with the party’s gubernatorial fundraising arm outpacing its Democratic counterpart by $15 million so far this year.