Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said Wednesday that a preemptive pardon of Hillary Clinton for mishandling classified information would “seal [President Barack] Obama’s legacy as one of the worst presidents ever.”
President-elect Donald Trump hasn’t minced words about what legacy legislation would be on the chopping block from President Obama’s administration.
Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson is enjoying support from national Republicans as his rematch with Democrat Russ Feingold appears headed for a tight finish.
Here’s the astonishing truth the media’s not talking about and Democrats refuse to believe — Donald Trump is getting more than double, and sometimes more than triple, the black vote Romney got 4 years ago.
The company that owns the National Enquirer, a backer of Donald Trump, agreed to pay $150,000 to a former Playboy centerfold model for her story of an affair a decade ago with the Republican presidential nominee, but then didn’t publish it, according to documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal and people familiar with the matter.
On the final Friday night before the 2016 presidential election, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton wrapped up a busy day of campaigning with a Cleveland concert featuring singer Beyonce and her husband, rapper Jay Z. Republican nominee Donald Trump opted for the opposite approach, relying on his personal celebrity to draw a crowd of thousands to an event in Hershey, Pa. “I didn’t have to bring J-Lo or Jay Z,” Trump said.
An ongoing transit strike in Philadelphia is raising concerns among some Democrats that the stand-off could depress voter turnout in the battleground state’s deep-blue stronghold – but union officials say the agency is using Election Day as a scare tactic and unfair bargaining chip.
Donald Trump denies he is interested in launching a new conservative news venture, but somebody sure is.
Republican nominee Donald Trump turned his attention to the battleground state of Florida Wednesday, making three campaign stops across the Sunshine State.
George P. Bush’s suggestion at a Texas rally that the last two Republican presidents — granddad George H.W. Bush and uncle George W. Bush — could vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton is another remarkable sign of the influential family’s distaste for Donald Trump and a general election they’ve conspicuously sat out.