On Wednesday’s Morning Edition, NPR reporter Tamara Keith claimed the media-questions-to-Hillary count is 13. “And you can quibble about whether some of the answers were really answers,” she added. But what stuck out in the story was...Show More Summary
Did you know that Sen. Rand Paul is running for president? For reals, guys! And tonight, the viewers of MSNBC will learn all about it, from me and, I'm told, Steve Schmidt and Howard Dean, on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell. Live TV news and commentary might, can, and sometimes shall, change without notice, but that's the current plan. Show More Summary
GOP strategist Steve Schmidt told Morning Joe on election day that winning anything short of a "clear majority" in the Senate boded poorly for the Republican Party, its strategy of simply countering President Barack Obama, and its chances going into 2016.
Texas Governor Rick Perry has reportedly aligned himself with two of the most infamous Republican establishment operatives known for trashing conservatives. Perry is working with Henry Barbour, whom conservatives want the RepublicanShow More Summary
Nicolle Wallace, former adviser to the McCain-Palin 2008 presidential campaign who worked with Steve Schmidt, appeared on The View on Thursday and gushed over Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, and even Bill Clinton. Predictably, however, she trashed Sarah Palin. Show More Summary
Steve Schmidt from Western Rivers Flyfisher put the new Patagonia Rolltop Pack through its paces on a recent trip to to the island of Haida Gwaii. LINK
(Credit: Google Images) If Christie plays his cards right, Steve Schmidt said, and if he's telling the truth about his lack of involvement in the bridge and Hoboken controversies, he'll come out on the other side a stronger, more tested candidate.
Meet The Press: Former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano; Director of the National Economic Council Gene Sperling; Jim Cramer (CNBC); Roundtable : Republican Strategist Steve Schmidt, Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD), Judy Woodruff...Show More Summary
Dave Vellante and John Furrier, on SiliconANGLEs theCUBE, sat down on Thursday with Steve Schmidt, VP & Chief Information Security Officer for Amazon Web Services. Before joining Amazon, Schmidt was a section chief with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and … Continue reading ?
Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough talked to Republican strategist Steve Schmidt Tuesday morning about whether newly-crowned presumptive GOP frontrunner Chris Christie's moderate appeal could make him a non-starter among the conservative voters who decide Republican primaries.
The political operative who brought former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin onto the national political stage as Sen. John McCain's 2008 vice presidential running mate now says he has "deep regret" about creating the "freak show that's been running wild for four years" in the Republican Party. Show More Summary
Steve Schmidt, a former senior adviser to John McCain, is expressing “deep regret” about his own role in contributing to what he describes as a Republican “freak show.” “For the last couple of years, we’ve had this wing of the party running roughshod over the rest of the party. Tossing out terms like RINO, saying […]
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Our political Quote of the Day comes from John McCain’s former senior adviser Steve Schmidt who articulated what MANY non-Tea Party Republicans, moderate Republicans (they exist but are in exile, partially forced exile), centrists, moderates and independents feel when they watch the current Republican Party. John McCain’s former senior adviser Steve Schmidt says he has [...]
THE JACKSONS: Justin Timberlake performs amazing cover of "Shake Your Body Down". PUSSY RIOT: Jailed member starts hunger strike. STEVE SCHMIDT: Wants to rid the GOP of Sarah Palin's "asininity". BONO: When Bill Clinton disappears briefly backstage, Bono fills in...
Steve Schmidt, a chief strategist in the John McCain 2008 campaign, who had a hand in bringing Sarah Palin to national prominence, now calls her stance on Obamacare ‘asininity.’ Schmidt appeared on MSNBC with Chris Matthews to make his point. Sarah Palin jumped into the “defund Obamacare” fray this week with a full defense of […]
Former McCain 2008 campaign strategist and current MSNBC contributor Steve Schmidt said on Hardball that Republicans need to take a stand against the "asininity" of Sarah Palin and Ted Cruz over Obamacare defunding.
There was an interesting debate on Newsmax TV Tuesday between host Steve Malzberg and MSNBC’s Richard Wolffe. In it, the latter claimed that on his network, Joe Scarborough, former John McCain campaign manager Steve Schmidt, and former RNC chairman Michael Steele represent – wait for it! – conservative views (video follows with transcript and commentary): read more
Tonight's guests include: Steve Schmidt, Republican political strategist and former senior strategist for the 2008 McCain-Palin campaign PJ Crowley, former spokesman for the State Department Video preview will be up shortly.
Tonight's guests include: Rep. Scott Rigell, (R) Virginia, member of the House Armed Services Committee Steve Schmidt, Republican political strategist, now working with the ACLU to help the Republican party changes its views on same-sex marriage Here is tonight's soundtrack …