Former Vice President Dick Cheney, who served under former President George W. Bush, will lend his full support to Donald Trump. Although this is not surprising, it probably encourages “the Donald” as many members of the Republican party aren’t backing him–at least not yet. Show More Summary
By Lindsey Bahr, AP Film Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) -- George Kennedy, the hulking, tough-guy character actor who won an Academy Award for his portrayal of a savage chain-gang convict in the 1960s classic "Cool Hand Luke," has died. His grandson Cory Schenkel says Kennedy died on Sunday morning of old age in Boise, Idaho. Show More Summary
Good Morning America co-host George Stephanopoulos, Monday, badgered Senator Lindsey Graham on the need to get a quick replacement for Antonin Scalia. An incredulous Stephanopoulos wondered, “Your leader, Mitch McConnell, said flatly, President Obama should not have a chance to fill this vacancy. Does that mean the President's choice won't even get a hearing?”
During an interview today on Good Morning America, Lindsey Graham said that with Donald Trump's recent tearing into former president George W. Bush, he might not be able to support the GOP nominee.
It's been a whole month since we've seen a GOP debate, but all of your favorites will be reunited on Thursday night – or rather, most of your favorites. Since the last debate Lindsey Graham and George Pataki have dropped out of the race, and Rand Paul and Carly Fiorina... More »
Stephen Colbert apparently decided to make up for lost time from his hiatus, for he brought back his Hunger Games-inspired salute to pay respects to the ended campaigns Lindsey Graham and George Pataki.
As we continue to draw nearer to the Presidential election primaries, the enormous pool of candidates continues to shrink. While the serious contenders like Bernie Sanders continue to build momentum, long-shot candidates without much of a following — like Lindsey Graham — are admitting defeat. Show More Summary
On Tuesday evening, the 13 qualifying Republican presidential candidates took the stage for their last debates of 2015. The undercard debate, which featured the four lowest-polling candidates, included George Pataki, Lindsey Graham, Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum. Following that, Jeb Bush, Chris...
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) misses former President George W. Bush. The 2016 presidential hopeful made that clear during the undercard Republican debate on CNN Tuesday evening, saying he blames President Barack Obama for the rise of the Islamic State group, also known as ISIL. "George W. Show More Summary
The Republican presidential candidate holds a host of unpopular opinions he’s never afraid to share.
If there’s one thing that was made clear tonight, it’s that Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) misses former President George W. Bush–dearly. When...
Lindsey Graham is bitter about the withdrawal of troops from Iraq, something that was agreed to while George W. Bush was in office. But that didn't stop him from crying about how much he misses Dubya, because back then we were the most powerful nation in the world, and now we're just one of many. No really, he said that. Watch the video.
Four low-performing candidates are participating in tonight's GOP undercard debate, hosted by CNN in Las Vegas: former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee, Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (S.C.), former New York governor George Pataki and former U.S. senator Rick Santorum (Pa.). We will be live updating the transcript below. CNN's Wolf Blitzer introduced the candidates, and the […]
Which is harder to believe—that Rick Santorum, Lindsey Graham, George Pataki, and Mike Huckabee are still running for president, or that CNN is still giving more airtime? Continue talking amongst yourselves. This debate, like the real deal allegedly starting at 8:30 PM ET, is airing on your television at CNN, CNN en Español and CNN International. Show More Summary
Yes, these guys are still running for president, more or less. So here's former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham and former New York Gov. George Pataki providingShow More Summary
Wall Street Journal: ‘When the undercard debate airs at 6 p.m. ET with Lindsey Graham, Mike Huckabee, George Pataki and Rick Santorum, viewers everywhere will ask themselves: Why are these people on my television?” “None of the four have generated [...]
Republican presidential candidates Lindsey Graham, John Kasich, and George Pataki have followed through and requested the 12 minutes and five seconds of air they're owed, thanks to the FCC's equal time rules and the Donald's SNL gig. CNN reports attorneys for the candidates filed letters last week, with Graham's reportedly... More »
Lindsey Graham and George Pataki have the strongest records on climate change, but they're not doing well in the polls.
Issac J. Bailey: In 2000, I voted for George W. Bush. In South Carolina, where I live, I voted twice for Mark Sanford to become our governor and helped send Lindsey Graham to the U.S. Senate. In fact, I've pulled the lever for more Republicans than Democrats. Show More Summary
Lindsey and George, we hardly knew ye. Out are Senator Lindsey Graham, John McCain's Mini-Me, and former New York Governor George Pataki. Next week’s GOP presidential undercard debate just lost its best comic. U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham...Show More Summary