Donald Trump leads the race for the Republican nomination in New Hampshire, while Bernie Sanders edges Hillary Clinton among Democrats.
As author Thomas Mallon began work on “Finale” in 2011, he felt Reagan’s inscrutability getting the better of him.
Paris is the final straw. Obama’s exemption from reality has expired. He must either commit to leading the free world to victory, or step aside so someone else can.
Hillary Clinton faced tough criticism Saturday night from her Democratic rivals over everything from her Middle East policies to her swaying stance on gun control to her Wall Street ties, at a debate that saw both Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley step up their attacks on the party’s front-runner.
The Democratic presidential candidates faced off for their second debate Saturday night, with the issues of terrorism and national security thrust back into the spotlight in the wake of the deadly Paris attacks.
During a conference call Saturday between representatives of CBS News and the three Democratic presidential camps, an aide to Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders angrily objected to the network’s plans to change the focus of Saturday night’s debate from the economy to terror and national security, two Democratic sources confirmed to Fox News.
Democrat presidential challenger Sen. Bernie Sanders needs to slow frontrunner Hillary Clinton’s run toward to party nomination, and Saturday night’s debate might be such an opportunity.
Now that Trump’s equated Carson to a child molester and called him pathological– not to mention calling Iowans stupid for liking Ben Carson– will this have any effect?
Voters increasingly look to governors to make tough choices against special-interest groups. That’s why presidential contenders should take a cue from them.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie fought to keep the focus squarely on Hillary Clinton at the first of two GOP debates Tuesday evening, warning the Democratic front-runner is “coming for your wallet” – even as the candidates on stage sparred over their own fiscal records.