Try as they will to reject Trump, he fits in perfectly among Republicans – and not only because he worships money, spews xenophobic nonsense, and encourages callous bigotry. Like them, he relies on fabrications and ...
In the long run, what voters prize most is good judgment about the issues that most affect their lives, and racing to the scene of the latest controversy could be seen as opportunistic.
A Super PAC said they would step in, but they are not legally allowed to coordinate their activities with a candidate's campaign, according to reports in the Washington Post.
Trump: What’s The Deal? paints a powerful and disturbing picture of a financial Dorian Gray whose public image bears little resemblance to his conduct away from the cameras.
Some people are calling Trump's comments "fringe rhetoric." But others are worried that the Republicans will take on anti-immigration and anti-Latino sentiment.
"Telling It Like It Is" might be his campaign slogan, but it doesn't mean he's *actually* telling it like it is.
Uttered by someone who claims to be a brilliant executive -- which includes the capacity to read financial documents -- her remarks were embarrassingly stupid.
The political press followed Wayne Barrett's lead to expose the mob ties of Geraldine Ferraro in 1984. Will they do the same with Donald Trump now?