Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), has a fresh message for Donald Trump. Sitting next to her, Hillary Clinton laughed. We think you will too.
“Get your uncles, your aunts, get your friends to vote for Hillary Clinton,” said Bernie Sanders at a rally with her in New Hampshire.
According to the latest polling, Democrat Hillary Clinton holds commanding leads in New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Michigan– three states that Trump hoped to attract with his populist economic message.
Sanders and Clinton will discuss “their commitment to building an America that is stronger together and an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top,” according to a statements released early on Monday from both campaigns.
At a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, Donald Trump was doing pretty well sticking to his prepared remarks about trade and his economic plans, until he was distracted by an airplane.
As one of the biggest disappointments of this election cycle, Rubio is a walking demonstration of how resoundingly Republican primary voters have rejected the establishment candidates.
In one of the many jokes about New Hampshire that U.S. Sen. John McCain likes to tell, one voter asks another for thoughts about a presidential candidate.
Less than four weeks before Iowans kick off the 2016 presidential contest with their Feb. 1 caucuses, the early road to the White House appears to be shaping up as a slippery and uncharted one for the Republican Party.
Trump’s strategy is not subtle: Take all the awful and absurd things he’s said in this campaign — and condense them into a single spot.
“I just want to vote for who I think is the best leader for this time in our country’s history. And I’m not sure I know who that is yet.”
Instead of shaking hands with voters at diners and stores in the early-voting states, Trump has simply favored large rallies and major TV appearances.
By the numbers, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are in more or less the same position in New Hampshire. Behind those numbers, though, are two dramatically different campaigns.
Democrat Maggie Hassan will challenge Republican senator Kelly Ayotte, a boost for Democratic leaders hoping to recapture the chamber in 2016.
Joe Biden’s potential entry into the race is becoming more viable. The veep is gaining ground in national polls, as well as in the early primary states.
The new poll even finds The Donald leading a variety of other candidates in potential two-way races — which would dispel the idea that Trump might just have been ahead because of divided opposition in a very wide field.