Bill Clinton, freshly deployed Hillary Clinton campaigner, visited Stephen Colbert on CBS’s The Late Show last night to explain why Bernie Sanders is doing so well in polling, what’s up with Donald Trump, and for whom he will vote which yes, was a serious softball. Show More Summary
Robert Costa's WaPo piece based on an interview with Donald Trump has lots of useful information--or for all we know, propaganda--about The Donald's future plans. We learn that his original...
Ashley Parker and Amy Chozick at the New York Times have written a piece on how Donald Trump appears to be slowing down. Here's one of the quotes they use from me. “It’s kind of a like a season of TV shows — eventually people burn out on them,” said Erick Erickson, a conservative commentator who runs RedState.com. Show More Summary
Bill Clinton was the latest big name politician to appear on Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Clinton was, as ever, a charming rascal, whether discussing his wife's presidential run and appearance on SNL ("That Val woman was wonderful," Colbert said oh Hillary. Clinton responded, "Made me want to take a drink with her."), or the other presidential candidates. [ more › ]
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Call him the secretary of throwing shade. In a chat Tuesday with Stephen Colbert on "The Late Show," President Clinton shared his assessments of two of the leading candidates in the 2016 race for the White House -- that is, the ones who aren't his wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton. And while everything...
Former President Bill Clinton said Tuesday that he understands why Republican front-runner Donald Trump is resonating with many voters: He has a "macho" appeal. In an interview with Stephen Colbert on "The Late Show" on Tuesday, theShow More Summary
Former president Bill Clinton appeared on the Late Show on Tuesday night, where he was asked by host Stephen Colbert to explain the meteoric rises of both Sen. Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump. While he was quick to tout Sanders' appeal...Show More Summary
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton each lead their party's respective primary race in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania, according to new polls from Quinnipiac University. Democratic results: In Florida, Clinton 43%, Bernie Sanders and Joe...Show More Summary
One thing we know for sure about Donald Trump: he doesn't like to lose. He hates losers. He even has varying degrees of loserdom in his verbal arsenal: "major," "proven," "total" and "disgruntled" losers, to name a few. So how will his...Show More Summary
Former President Bill Clinton was on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night offering his take on why seemingly dark horse candidates Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have had such tremendous success thus far this election cycle. “The Grea… The post Bill Clinton Explains the Unlikely Success of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders So Far: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Increasingly negative coverage of Mr. Trump by some conservative news outlets accompanies a less drastic decline in interest across the mainstream media and among some voters.
Over the next few months, Hillary Clinton is going to have her work cut out for her battling both Bernie Sanders for her party's nomination and then possibly Donald Trump for the Presidency. She's already doing a strong job with her hilarious impression of The Donald! Video: Jimmy Kimmel Discusses Presidential Candidates With Kids But it also helps [...]
Bill Clinton sat down with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show Tuesday to promote his wife’s campaign — often by reminding viewers about his own White House accomplishments. …Read More
Bill Clinton, once dubbed by President Obama as "Secretary of Explaining Stuff," dropped some knowledge on Tuesday's episode of The Late Show, telling Stephen Colbert why Donald Trump is holding strong in the polls. "Because he's a master brander," Clinton said, flatly. "And he's the most interesting character out there. "And because he...
Spending nary a dime, Donald Trump has leapfrogged a large field of presidential wannabees to take a commanding lead in the race for the Republican nomination for president. Anyone in that position who had unlimited financial resources...Show More Summary