The Republican party hadn’t filed the necessary paperwork to get the Republican nominee and his running mate on the state’s ballot until today.
WASHINGTON ? Hillary Clinton said Thursday that Donald Trump is “taking hate groups mainstream,” allowing a “radical fringe” to take over the Republican Party. Speaking at a rally in Reno, Nevada, Clinton focused on Trump’s divisive, racist comments, telling voters, “There’s no other Donald Trump. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton warned Thursday that Donald Trump's ascendancy to the Republican presidential nomination represents the victory of a " fringe element" of dangerous nationalists over mainstream Republican leaders. In a speech from Nevada...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton will not mince words at a rally in Nevada Thursday, arguing that Donald Trump is “taking hate groups mainstream and helping a radical fringe take over” the Republican Party. “This is what I want to make clear today: A man with a long history of racial discrimination, who traffics in dark conspiracy theories…
Seems like yesterday when the Republican Party primaries were just starting. There was a novel feeling about the whole process due to the presence of a candidate who added special color. And that guy was Donald Trump. I remember that...Show More Summary
I wrote about the semi-Kempification of Trump that Ramesh alludes to for Politico today : Trump’s turn is an implicit acknowledgment that the Republican Party can’t just be a Trump party and hope to win. It has to have broader reach...Show More Summary
Welcome back to your evening summary of the collapse of the Republican Party, as performed in skit, spoof, and/or vignette form by Donald J. Trump and whichever human barnacles are clinging to his campaign on any particular day. Questions...Show More Summary
One of the highest principles of the Republican Party destroying Obamacare. It seems that the Republicans in Tennessee may be making a big step in that direction. According to the state's insurance commissioner, the health care exchange in the state is on the edge of collapse. Show More Summary
Donald Trump’s recent ascendency to the position of the Republican Party’s presidential candidate has been controversial to say the least. […]
Just published: GOP GPS: How to Find the Millennials and Urban Voters the Republican Party Needs to Survive by Evan Siegfried.
As Americans prepare to elect a new president, we explore how Donald Trump has divided the Republican Party and the US.
It's now time for your regularly-scheduled report on the ongoing collapse of the Republican Party, otherwise known as Donald Trump's presidential campaign. The fallout of Trump's assurance to top Hispanic supporters that he intendedShow More Summary
A fiercely anti-Donald Trump GOP strategist explained in a new book how the Republican Party can gain millennial and urban support and capture a future presidency after a tumultuous 2016 election cycle concludes. In Evan Siegfried'sShow More Summary
Antiracism activist Tim Wise on the Trump phenomenon's dangerous effect on the future of U.S. politics. The ascendance of Donald Trump over the Republican Party has been met with many questions about racial progress and social justice in the United States. Show More Summary
For years now, the debate within the Republican Party over how to reform the country’s immigration system has pitted more moderate- and business-minded members of the GOP against nativists—most of whom have framed their opposition to...Show More Summary
Five things to know today Happy Tuesday, and welcome to a special deep-fried edition of Eater Today that's been seasoned with a secret blend of 11 herbs and spices. In today's food news: The Republican Party loves fried chicken; whoShow More Summary
U.S. presidential hopeful Donald Trump speaks during a press availability at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York September 3, 2015. Trump signed a pledge not to run as an independent candidate if he loses the Republican Party nomination, a party official said, despite earlier refusals to rule out a third-party bid. Show More Summary
Five years ago in Rolling Stone, Tim Dickinson described Roger Ailes as 'one of the most skilled and fearsome' operatives in the history of the Republican Party. As a political consultant, Ailes repackaged Richard Nixon for television...Show More Summary
"This is an opportunity, I think, for the Libertarian Party to become a major party."