Bernie Sanders celebrated his landslide victory in New Hampshire by making a special appearance with Stephen Colbert, and helped to open the show.
Hillary, the voter demographics in the coming primaries and caucuses are more favorable to a candidate like you. But you still must replace some of your caution with from-the-heart fire.
This decision brings to a close a candidacy that started out as minor league before shooting up to top-tier status — at least for a while.
The two insurgents coasted to victory on a wave of voter anger, thrashing traditional U.S. politicians in a display of anti-establishment power.
Campaign: “It will be very difficult, if not impossible,” to win nomination “without strong levels of support among African American and Hispanic voters.”
A week ago, it looked like the stars were aligning for Marco Rubio. Now, as New Hampshire holds its pivotal primary on Tuesday, the Republican presidential contender has to hope the sky does not come crashing down on him.
Trevor Noah tells Rubio to be like Ben Carson: “Go home, get some fresh clothes — because let’s be honest, you just @#$% your pants.”
While well behind Donald Trump, Kasich’s poll numbers are close to those of Rubio, who is seeking to build momentum after a third-place finish in Iowa.
Rubio retreated time and again to canned statements from his stump speech and looked uncomfortably rattled for the first time after seamless performances at seven prior debates.
Clinton tells Sanders: “I think it’s time to end the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out.”
There’s a lot of tough talk coming from Donald Trump, whose own military service record suggests he didn’t have any personal appetite for waging war in some distant land with no clear objective.
Rubio, a fluent Spanish speaker, hopes to win back some of the Latino vote the party lost in recent years as it toughened its stance on immigration.
Donald Trump is finally speaking at length on his second-place finish in the Iowa caucuses — and where else, but on Twitter?
It remained unclear, however, whether any candidates will attend — and if the party will relax its rule banning them from non-sanctioned debates.
With a week and a half until the first votes are in, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are waging a stiff battle for the two kickoff contests.