Republican presidential candidates have been making their displeasure with the Iran deal known — and some of them are being very dramatic about it.
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce took a bold step this week, with the group’s head Javier Palomarez meeting with a presidential candidate whose main platform right now is to deport lots of Hispanics.
Watch this marvelous dual display of poor self-awareness from the ex-Veep who helped to create the disasters plaguing the Middle East, and from one of his loudest media cheerleaders. But who knows, perhaps Cheney is so repugnant and tone-deaf that he might just help Obama’s chances of pulling off the Iran deal.
Donald Trump reignited his war against his political enemies, with a new attack on Fox News host Megyn Kelly. And even the most prominent Republican media outlet in the country is discovering: The Donald won’t ever let you go.
Obscured by sensational and often stupid media coverage, the fundamental facts are simple. There is no evidence that Hillary Clinton violated any rule or law in her use of a private email server, however badly advised.
Watch this news clip on a decision by a private corporation in the free market — or as the Fox hosts call it, “the tyranny of the minority.”
A funny thing happened to Donald Trump after the controversy of his loud, public crass remarks aimed at Fox anchor Megyn Kelly: He’s still blowing the competition right out of the water.
Trump also described Kelly’s question to him about past misogynistic comments as “gibberish” and “her stupid question.”
If there’s any value to this farce, it’s that Donald Trump continues to accidentally reveal essential truths about the Republican Party.
Trump might’ve finally gone too far, when he said about Fox News debate moderator Megyn Kelly: “You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes. Blood coming out of her wherever.”
The Republican candidates’ prime-time debate on Fox News Channel drew 24 million viewers, a record audience for a presidential primary debate.
Watch as The Donald explained to the (very befuddled) hosts how he definitely won the debate, and really liked meeting the other candidates — even Jeb Bush!
Of course, if the goal is have everyone on stage who has a viable campaign — then shouldn’t Graham still be excluded, too?
In an unprecedentedly large field of 16 presidential contenders, at least half are statistically on the bubble of not qualifying for the debate stage.