The late night hosts examined the ways in which the other GOP candidates are simply failing to mount a response to Donald Trump.
The most interesting part of Trump’s political analysis, really, is his own value judgment of the situation.
Betting venues in Britain, Ireland and New Zealand show the online wagering community coalescing around Trump — whose odds were once as long as 200/1.
The Donald proudly declares: “If you listen to the pundits, we weren’t expected to win too much, and now we’re winning, winning, winning the country.”
Can’t America do better than just a leader who only wants to do that? Believe it or not, there is an example — up in Canada.
It was Trump’s second victory in a row, after the New Hampshire primary, an outcome that frightens establishment Republicans.
Clinton wins in state with a heavy minority population, but close result suggests the Democratic race could be long and hard fought.
The polls in South Carolina clearly show Donald Trump in the lead — but it’s a muddled picture in the race for second place.
With the foreclosed homes often switching hands multiple times, keeping up with voters who at some point lived in those homes is difficult.
Clinton’s opponents have complained that six debates are not enough to allow them to shine against the former secretary of state who has dominated media coverage so far in the Democratic race.