The former secretary of state’s victory also established her strength among black voters, a crucial Democratic constituency.
Clinton appears set to win the the fourth contest with such a sweeping victory that it could restore her momentum toward the nomination — and which also might cast doubts upon Sanders’ ability to reach out beyond his base of younger white voters.
In the wake of the South Carolina primary, two topics dominated the late night shows: Donald Trump’s steamrolling victory — and the final, definitive end of Jeb Bush.
The Fox News hosts actually mounted a decent rebuttal — illustrating how the other campaigns have failed to exploit the media as effectively as The Donald.
How Bush found himself out of the race after just the third contest of 2016 is a cautionary tale of political miscalculation and strategic errors.
It was Trump’s second victory in a row, after the New Hampshire primary, an outcome that frightens establishment Republicans.
Donald Trump has reached into the fevered recesses of the right-wing id yet again — and his crowds love him for it.
The polls in South Carolina clearly show Donald Trump in the lead — but it’s a muddled picture in the race for second place.
Clyburn’s support gives Clinton a vital boost from the state’s most influential black politician ahead of next week’s primary.
Ted Cruz’s campaign has found a way to connect his lead (non-Trump) rival Marco Rubio to President Obama: Photoshop.
Gov. Nikki Haley, often touted as a possible Republican vice presidential candidate, has also called for tolerance of immigrants.
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley will formally endorse Marco Rubio’s bid for the party’s nomination at a town hall tonight at 6pm.
Ted Cruz is mounting a new argument against Donald Trump’s never-ending stream of insults and obscenities.
Jeb Bush will apparently do anything to get Republican primary voters to like him.
Iowa and New Hampshire did not prepare us for the full extent of Republican immigration insanity.
Whether the elder Bush’s presence will help his 63-year-old brother in the South Carolina Republican primary on Saturday remains to be seen.
Republicans are now outraged at Trump for the one conspiracy theory he hasn’t actually been pushing.
Donald Trump was warming up for the debate on Saturday in the key South Carolina primary — by trash talking the other Republican candidates on Friday.
Donald Trump is coming off his big victory in New Hampshire — and he’s got a head start in the crucial South Carolina primary next Saturday.
And just think: The crowd actually applauded at this.
Megyn Kelly asks Jeb: “The question is, what do your rivals do — in particular, what does Trump do?”
In the new ad, George W. Bush tout’s Jeb’s ability to be a military leader for dangerous times — which might rub some voters the wrong way.
Every time Donald Trump says something so outrageous that people are widely shocked and horrified — that’s when he’ll be going further up in the polls again.
Of course, in order for Graham himself to even get near Trump, he would first have to qualify for one of the top-ten candidate debates — and good luck with that.