FOUR WAYS DONALD TRUMP IS LIVING RENT-FREE IN THE DNC’S HEAD. Funny, they didn’t seem to lose too much sleep over John McCain or Mitt Romney.
Donald Trump has relied on an unusually nasty rhetorical style to steamroll opponents and even some potential allies this election season. He assailed war hero and fellow Republican John McCain, mocked Republican candidate Ted Cruz’s...Show More Summary
His work with Sen. John McCain makes him the perfect match for a dove or hawk at the top of the ticket.
Donald Trump — he’s no John McCain. An estimated 32.2 million people tuned in to watch Donald Trump’s speech on the final night of the 2016 Republican National Convention, across 10 commercially-supported networks, Nielsen reports. That’s...Show More Summary
Last week's one-sided "hearing" on encryption -- hosted by an irritated John McCain, who kept interrupting things to complain that Apple hadn't showed up to field false accusations and his general disdain -- presented three sides of the same coin. Show More Summary
Meghan McCain rose to national prominence back in 2008 when her father, longtime Arizona senator John McCain, faced off with Barack Obama as the GOP's presidential nominee. Obviously, Senator McCain lost the election, but his daughter...Show More Summary
Donald Trump has taken heretical positions on countless issues, from a border wall to John McCain's heroism to barring Muslim immigrants, and not backed down. Except for Israel. He said he'd be neutral on the conflict in February, but dropped that stance entirely. Such is the power of the Israel lobby.
GOP strategist Nicole Wallace reacted to Donald Trump’s ominous speech at Republican National Convention by declaring that her party was dead. Wallace, who served on Sen. John McCain’s 2008 campaign, spoke candidly as Trump wrapped up his acceptance of the Republican nomination for...
CLEVELAND ? Sen. John McCain made a point of staying away from Donald Trump’s ascension to the top of the Republican presidential ticket in Cleveland this week, but a visit to the Grand Canyon Wednesday didn’t get him far enough away. Trump...Show More Summary
Submitted by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.org, Neither George W. Bush, the Republican Party nominee in 2000 and 2004, nor Jeb, the dethroned Prince of Wales, will be in Cleveland. Nor will John McCain or Mitt Romney, the last two nominees. These...Show More Summary
In an interview with ABC News, Ivanka Trump responded to the fact that high-profile Republicans like the Bushes, Mitt Romney, and John McCain are staying away from the Republican National Convention this week.
To be fair, this is a hard question. “I don’t really have an answer for that,” Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) said this week when asked to describe a Trump presidency in one word. “Honestly, I can’t do that,” Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) added. Sen. Show More Summary
The ease and frequency with which John McCain blames the United States for international tragedies is alarming. Americans don't usually do stuff like this.
CLEVELAND ? To say that the rollout of Sarah Palin as Sen. John McCain’s running mate in 2008 didn’t go as planned would be putting it gently. In reality, it was a series of headaches and communications mishaps culminating in near calamity...Show More Summary
Sen. John McCain still just can't get over the fact that he lost the presidency to "that one" back in 2008. Senator McBitterface litigated that campaign again this weekend, echoing Donald Trump and blaming the rise of ISIS on President...Show More Summary
Last Friday's hearing on encryption was hosted by the Senate Committee on Armed Services and a visibly-irritated John McCain. McCain is no fan of encryption and, apparently, no fan of Apple. Kieren McCarthy of The Register reports (and...Show More Summary
Ultimate Fighting Championship was bought last week by talent conglomerate WME-IMG for $4 billion. A. Barton Hinkle writes: MMA has come a long way since its early days, when Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) condemned it as "human cockfighting" and lawmakers in New York banned it outright. Show More Summary
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) told KTAR-FM that President Obama “allowed” the Bastille Day attack in France that left at least 84 people dead to happen. Said McCain: “As far as the tragedy in France is concerned, obviously this is an act [...]
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) not only had to be rescued from 60 Minutes’ Leslie Stahl by Donald Trump during their interview on Sunday, but at one point Trump was seen steering Pence toward an answer regarding Sen. John McCain’s (R-AZ) feud with the presumptive GOP presidential nominee....
Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain invited Apple CEO Tim Cook to testify in front of the Senate Armed Services Committee, McCain said on Thursday. During a hearing on cybersecurity, McCain, who is the chairman of the committee, called...Show More Summary