The point this writer shall attempt to make is that, in this election, we are living through the plot arc of a horror movie which has somehow become a reality.
One of the wisest political minds to analyze Donald Trump might actually be sitting right now in the halls of American government. After all, he already wrote the book on it.
Conan O’Brien decided that with everybody comparing Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler, he would bring on a special guest to respond to the charge.
The late night shows were dominated Wednesday by Donald Trump’s bizarre combination victory speech, press conference — and infomercial for Trump products.
A raft of new polls in the past few days show Donald Trump remaining on track for big victories in next week’s big-state contests.
The campaign arm for Senate Republicans looks like it needs to watch its language when discussing a top Democratic candidate.
However, we wish to offer an alternative comparison for the sight of Trump having his vast crowds awkwardly recite back a pledge of support for him.
As a student, conservative judge also said the voters were “totally stupid or entirely evil” for electing Bill Clinton.
However, he will likely not gain a majority of delegates against a field that is still working to take him down — but he could still gain some public boost.
It’s a good point, really: A lot of folks who endorsed Mitt Romney are people you really “would not want to see as president.”
Larry Wimore: “That’s right, you’re the one who opened your big mouth and got in the bed with the Devil — now he just wants you to keep that mouth open.”
Back in 2012, Romney sought the endorsement of a man whose major claim to political fame was stoking racist conspiracy theories about President Obama.
The late night shows were all discussing one topic: The Super Tuesday results, and Donald Trump’s continued takeover of the Republican Party.
Rubio’s lays out problem for Trump: The Republican Party will keep on fighting him all the way through this primary season.
The ‘Morning Joe’ host hit back at widespread accusations that he and his show had gone easy and helped to facilitate the rise of a political demagogue.
Ryan, as a Republican leader, has still pledged himself to support the GOP nominee — even if it’s Trump. So will that change any time soon?