Real-estate mogul Donald Trump had former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) on his mind at a Monday-morning campaign event. Trump responded to a question about political corruption by lighting into Bush for trashing him on television. "He's a total stiff — Jeb Bush," Trump said. Show More Summary
So we now have two tracking polls in New Hampshire. ARG is also running a tracker (one that adores John Kasich, for some reason), but today I’m going to draw our attention back to the UMass tracker. It’s showing movement for the second tier of candidates that’s different from before. Show More Summary
It's a question that's on many minds these days: what's with Donald Trump? The post Sharon Salzberg and Susan Piver teach a columnist how to do loving-kindness meditation for Donald Trump appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Has Donald Trump reached peak excuse-making after his Iowa loss? It sure seems that way, but I wouldn’t want to underestimate Trump’s powers of convincing himself his losses are really wins. “It wasn’t a loss, I came in second,” Trump...Show More Summary
To understand Trump's brand of disjointed white nationalism, you have to understand the popular right wing radio host Michael Savage. After announcing his run for President on June 16th of last year, Donald Trump could have picked any radio program to do his first interview: Hannity, Limbaugh, Levitt. Show More Summary
Listen to Lexicon Valley Episode No. 79:
Donald Trump is a clever man. While his detractors continue to paint him everything from a “sore loser” to an “idiot” to a “fascist”, one could hardly argue against the fact that Trump knows what he is talking about. That’s the way he has always been, and he intends to stay that way. Show More Summary
US Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont and billionaire Donald Trump are leading their Democratic and Republican opponents respectively a day ahead of the New Hampshire primary, a University of Massachusetts Lowell Center for Public Opinion poll revealed on Monday.
US Republican frontrunner Donald Trump is not likely to win the 2016 presidential race despite his strong showing in the polls, a former UK ambassador to Russia told Sputnik on Monday.
After the initial meltdown over losing Iowa, Donald Trump has been positively docile, by his standards. He’s skipped events in New Hampshire, toned down his twitter rants, and other than a losing exchange with Jeb Bush, pretty much stayed out of the fray on Saturday night. Show More Summary
Real-estate tycoon Donald Trump and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) exchanged jabs in separate "Morning Joe" interviews Monday. Bush, who has been Trump's most consistent campaign-trail critic, blasted some of his GOP competitors for...Show More Summary
Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders appear fairly well set for easy victories in New Hampshire's Tuesday primary, the latest poll aggregations and projections say: RealClearPolitics' averages have Sanders leading Hillary Clinton 53.3 percent...Show More Summary
Sunday's Super Bowl had EVERYTHING we could have hoped for! Despite what Donald Trump said about the game, we thought the game was pretty exciting — but let's be real, we were mainly watching for Beyoncé's halftime show. Sorry, Bruno Mars and Coldplay. LOLz! Video: Check Out ALL The Best Super Bowl Commercials! As much as we loved [...]
Donald Trump has the potential to bring a measured approach to health care reform.
Donald Trump said he wouldn’t call his second-place finish in the Iowa caucuses a “loss,” arguing that he would have come in first if Ted Cruz hadn’t taken votes from Ben Carson, The Hill reports. Said Trump: “It wasn’t a [...]
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush went after Donald Trump Monday morning, pulling no punches in an interview with MSNBC's Morning Joe.
Donald Trump and Ted Cruz face considerable challenges. We face a mountain of new polling in New Hampshire. And Hillary Clinton spent more on polling in the last quarter of 2015 than most of the GOP candidates combined. This is HuffPollster for Monday, February 8, 2016. Show More Summary
Q: A recent editorial in the Washington Post says many of Donald Trump’s “rivals have strove to mimic him.” Shouldn’t that be “have striven”? A: “Strove” or “strived” is the past tense of the verb “strive.” The past participle (used with forms of “have”) is “striven” or “strived.” So the Post’s editorial writers should have... ? Read More: Strove Monday
Donald Trump is in “full populist mode” as he wraps up his New Hampshire campaign, Byron York reports. “There were portions of Trump’s Plymouth speech that sounded like Bernie Sanders, if Sanders had Trump’s sense of showmanship. In fact, Trump [...]