By the way, that bridge in Philadelphia? It's a piece of I-95, the East Coast's major north-south highway. And that crack is about a mile from my house! Via Talking Points Memo: In a 20-minute segment urging people to face growing infrastructure...Show More Summary
Despite Donald Trump's seventh place finish during this year's Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll, the business tycoon is adamant that he's the only Republican able to beat former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in...Show More Summary
The late-night comedian eviscerates our political leaders for their lack of action. John Oliver ranted for more than 20 minutes on Sunday night about our country's crumbling infrastructure, and the shocking lack of concern and leadership our political representatives are demonstrating about it. Show More Summary
On Sunday's Last Week Tonight, host John Oliver devoted his main segment to a problem that, while not exactly sexy, has the very real possibility of causing some scary s--t if not fixed soon: America's crumbling infrastructure. From dams to...
On HBO’s Last Week Tonight, host John Oliver addressed America’s crumbling infrastructure, describing it as something politicians, labor, business, and “even a total idiot” like Donald Trump agree must be replaced Oliver began by defining our infrastructure as “Our...
Filling in for Rosi today, so if we missed anything leave it in the comments. Christie At CPAC Chris Christie finished behind Donald Trump in the CPAC Straw Poll with 2.8%. And apparently Governor Downgrade refused to sit with Sean Hannity to take questions. Show More Summary
From CPAC, Sean Hannity helped promote Donald Trump’s make-believe presidential candidacy and make-believe credentials last night. Despite Hannity's gushing excitement at being at CPAC, even he has got to know that Trump almost certainly will not run. Show More Summary
As I predicted yesterday, won the 2015 CPAC Straw poll for the third time in a row: – 26% Scott Walker – 21% – 17% Ben Carson – 11% Jeb Bush – 8% – 4% Donald Trump – 3.5% Chris Christie – 2.8% Bobby Jindal – 0.9% Sarah Palin – 0.8% Mike...Show More Summary
It wasn't Donald Trump.
While most of the GOP-watching world (your correspondent included) spent the last 24 hours zeroed in on the antics at CPAC—Donald Trump said some things! The Duck Dynasty guy said some things! There were millennials!—Capitol Hill offered its own drama. Show More Summary
As we begin the 2016 election season, there are plenty of respectable, serious Republican candidates for conservatives to consider supporting for President. Donald Trump is not one of them, but that hasn’t stopped him from trying. He’s speaking at CPAC this year, and yesterday, the Washington Post ran a story on his still nascent campaign. Show More Summary
Donald Trump has launched Empire by Trump, a new fragrance for men...
OXON HILL, Md. — Donald Trump is no fan of Jeb Bush, and he isn’t sure he could support the former Florida governor if Bush became the Republican presidential nominee. “I’d have to think about that. But I certainly don’t know right now,” the New York real estate developer told McClatchy in an interview Friday. [...]
Following the trend inaugurated by Laura Ingraham at CPAC earlier this morning, Donald Trump took to the CPAC stage and lit into Jeb Bush. “Jeb Bush — he’s in favor of Common Core, he’s weak on immigration,” Trump said. “I don’t seeShow More Summary
Video As I write, Sean Hannity is interviewing birther Donald Trump, and I'm trying really hard to resist making a "Dumb and Dumber" joke.
Real estate mogul and reality TV personality Donald Trump on Friday sought to paint himself as a Washington outsider ready for the national stage. But in a question-and-answer session with Fox News host Sean Hannity following his speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference, he fell back to a familiar pattern: questioning whether President Obama was born in […]
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Donald Trump must have thought whatever he said at the wingnut jubilee known as CPAC would go over big time since he's marginalized himself with Birther type nonsense as a legitimate republican candidate for the presidency. "Hey look, [the president] wrote a book when he was a young man and it said ‘born in Kenya,’ blah blah blah. Show More Summary
"A lot of people think I'm doing this for fun," Donald Trump opened his 2015 CPAC remarks, attempting to dismiss the long-standing belief that he only ever teases a Republican presidential run out of "trolling" or self-promotion.
Donald Trump already has supporters for his 2016 White House run... including Terrell Owens -- who tells us... if Trump's hiring a staff, HE WANTS A JOB! The "Celeb Apprentice" star appeared on "TMZ Hollywood Sports" on Reelz .. a...