Senator Lindsey Graham joined me to start third hour of today’s show: The audio: 10-06hhs-graham The transcript: HH: It’s Hugh Hewitt. Joined this hour by George Will at the bottom of the hour, and at the top of the hour by United States Senator, Lindsey Graham. Show More Summary
If Google searches are any indication, several of the GOP candidates dominated the others during tonight's two debates. The first debate included Sen. Lindsey Graham, Gov. George Pataki, Rick Santorum, and Gov. Bobby Jindal. The event seemed to be dominated by Graham's quips about drinking, and his lack of time spent in libraries. Show More Summary
George Pataki, Lindsey Graham, Rick Santorum and Bobby Jindal sought the kind of performance that former technology executive Carly Fiorina put on at the first GOP debate last month, which helped propel her onto Wednesday night's main stage. Continue reading ? The post 5 takeaways from the GOP’s undercard presidential debate appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Bobby Jindal, George Pataki, Lindsey Graham and Rick Santorum made the best of being at the "kids table." They delivered performances with a lot of serious conservative thoughts on policy and threw a few body blows at the star of the night, Donald Trump. Can the 11 big kids do better, given that...
The bottom four Republican candidates for president—Bobby Jindal, Rick Santorum, Lindsey Graham, and George Pataki—gathered Wednesday at the Ronald Reagan Library for their intimate second primary debate. For the undercards, this may be the last chance to prove they deserve to sit at the big kid
Here’s the first problem with the CNN debate format: The “undercard” debate is just four guys — Lindsey Graham, Bobby Jindal, Rick Santorum and George Pataki. Rick Perry dropped out, and Jim Gilmore didn’t qualify. The “first tier” debate...Show More Summary
With three fewer candidates on stage, Bobby Jindal, Rick Santorum, Lindsey Graham, and George Pataki will have plenty of air time on Thursday.
POST-DEBATE, A REPEAT INSTA-POLL: Who do you favor as Republican nominee for President in 2016? Jeb Bush Ben Carson Chris Christie Ted Cruz Carly Fiorina Jim Gilmore Lindsey Graham Mike Huckabee Bobby Jindal John Kasich George Pataki Rand Paul Rick Perry Marco Rubio Rick Santorum Donald Trump Scott Walker pollcode.com free polls Let’s see […]
Only two candidates, Senator Lindsey Graham and George Pataki, in the second-tier Republican presidential debate on Thursday have accepted that climate change is real and man-made. That doesn't neecssarily mean they support policies to mitigate the problem, and Graham even managed to use a question
Sitting at the kids table: Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, Bobby Jindal, Lindsey Graham, Carly Fiorina, George Pataki, and Jim Gilmore.
As of yesterday morning, Lindsey Graham and George Pataki were definitely not going to make it into either of Fox News' Republican presidential debates scheduled next week; Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal and Carly Fiorina were at risk of being left off-stage, too. The main attraction — a 9 p.m. debate... More »
The rules change will benefit former NY Gov. George Pataki and South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham.
Lindsey Graham went on with former Clinton senior advisor George Stephanopoulos on Sunday to beat up on Donald Trump and... The post Lindsey Graham on Trump: He’s Appealing to “Dark Side” of American Politics (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
It's a symbol of racial apartheid -- and much of the GOP can't bring itself to condemn the stars and bars
Acting like a Hillary Clinton spokesman on Tuesday’s Good Morning America, ABC anchor George Stephanopoulos pressed newly-announced Republican presidential candidate Lindsey Graham on possibly supporting Clinton in the 2016 election:...Show More Summary
Lindsey Graham has announced his bid to become president on the United States thereby joining George Pataki as the second candidate to run on the WFT?? platform. [mc_name name='Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC)' chamber='senate' mcid='G000359'...Show More Summary
Jon Stewart seems to be getting cold feet about leaving “The Daily Show,” as another wave of candidates threw their hats in the 2016 race this week. Although he remains unmoved by the campaign announcements of George Pataki, LindseyShow More Summary
The 'Daily Show' host jokes that Rick Santorum, Lindsey Graham and George Pataki aren't enough to keep him from leaving the Comedy Central late-night show, but he finds the prospect of a Donald Trump run hard to resist. read more
With Rick Santorum, George Pataki, Lindsey Graham, Bernie Sanders, and Donald Trump all either officially entering the 2016 race or expressing their interest in doing so recently, Jon Stewart is a little upset he'll be missing out on the fireworks...
Jon Stewart welcomes another slew of Republican candidates to the 2016 race Thursday night. And while George Pataki, Lindsey Graham and Rick Santorum can't make him change his mind about leaving The Daily Show, a real-life Donald Trump candidacy might just make him scrap his retirement plans and put Trevor Noah out of a job.