A new spin on an old attack
William Tapley, the Christian singer who made a song for Mitt Romney in 2012 is back with a song for Donald Trump and Mike Pence. And if I have to hear it, you have to hear it.
Not much higher than what Mitt Romney drew.
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
Donald Trump can't be happy with these results.
ME NEITHER: Must say I am shocked to see millions fewer people watched Trump's acceptance speech than McCain's. Would've never predicted that. — Steve Deace (@SteveDeaceShow) July 22, 2016 But he did top Romney.
Early ratings have the GOP candidate's speech poised to top Mitt Romney's 30-million showing. read more
USA Today: “Trump’s speech clocked in at about an hour and 15 minutes, by various counts, making it the longest of any acceptance speeches in the last four decades.” “Trump’s speech was as long as Mitt Romney’s and Barack Obama’s [....
In the end, there was no white knight. There was no exciting floor fight leading to multiple rounds of voting. There was no Mitt Romney. There was no reality-show reveal in which Donald Trump, with hundreds of thousands of potentialShow More Summary
Donald Trump just finished the longest convention acceptance speech in over 40 years. Trump spoke for about an hour and 15 minutes, which is over 35 minutes longer than Obama and Romney’s addresses to their respective conventions inShow More Summary
At the Republican convention of 2012, Chris Christie gave the keynote speech. A lot of people knocked it by saying, “He didn’t talk about Romney!” I defended the speech, on many grounds. One was, “This is the Republican convention. The GOP is a big party, with millions upon millions of people in it. Show More Summary
Four years ago, the Republican nominee for president, Mitt Romney, got in political trouble for deriding " the 47 percent " of Americans who did...
Ryan was viewed favorably by 44% of adults and unfavorably by 35%.
A former Mitt Romney advisor said on CBS Wednesday morning that the flap over Melania Trump's plagiarized speech showed that the campaign simply did not have the "infrastructure" to deal with scrutiny from the press.
Donald Trump (as Mitt Romney did before him) makes the claim in his stump speech that business experience is a fundamental advantage to him as a candidate for president. Trump's supporters, in fact, tell pollsters that one of the reasons they plan to vote for him is his "real world" experience. Show More Summary
Suddenly telling tales of how a politician's actions affected "real people" is out of bounds. Yeah I remember when the left got up in arms about ads essentially claiming Romney gave a woman cancer. Jim Geraghty has a good piece...
Hugh Hefner, John Slattery and Mitt Romney were among the wrong picks.
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
Where are Mitt Romney's binders when you need them?? If you've been keeping up with the reality TV show that is the 2016 presidential election, then you're probably aware that the Republican National Convention officially began on Monday. While Melania Trump has been receiving most of the negative press due to her partially plagiarized speech taken from [...]