Tiger Woods gave Stephen Colbert the lowdown on presidential golfing styles on Thursday. The golf star revealed how former Presidents George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and President Barack Obama all played their game. But he declined to...Show More Summary
In the 2000 election for president, Democrat nominee Al Gore got more popular votes for president than GOP nominee George W. Bush. However, Bush received more electoral college votes than
(Scott Johnson) William Campenni served in the Texas Air National Guard with George W. Bush. We got to know him in connection with Rathergate. He is an eloquent and knowledgeable commenter on politics and public affairs, as in his Amereican...Show More Summary
In the midst of the chaotic lead-up to November's election, a 1993 letter from outgoing President George H.W. Bush to incoming President Bill Clinton has the internet nostalgic for political seasons past. Bush penned the letter on Jan. Show More Summary
And this, ladies and gentlemen, is the mark of a leader. This is dignity and grace. This has been missed, and we need to find some way back. A long, long time ago, in a land far far away, politics had grace. George H.W. Bush's letter...Show More Summary
Much has been said about Donald Trump's refusal to flatly accept election results on November 8th. In fact, at the third and final presidential...
American politics have always been ugly, but this year's election is hideous. After a year and four months of insult slinging, Twitter attacks and pussy grabbing, reading this extremely classy letter that George H.W. Bush wrote to Bill Clinton is a breath of fresh air. Show More Summary
The Green Party didn't just play spoiler in 2000 by handing Florida (and, therefore, the presidency) to George W. Bush. Ralph Nader was actively supportive of that idea. And now, Jill Stein is doing the same irresponsible thing, arguing that Donald Trump would be better in the White House than Hillary Clinton, even though the GOP actively opposes the Green Party's mission.
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With the election coming up, some are reminiscing about elections and presidents of the past. Recently, one letter from over 20 years ago is resurfacing. In 1992, Bill Clinton one the presidency from incumbent George HW Bush. When Clinton was inaugurated, Bush sent him a letter. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton has suggested more than once that former president George W. Bush did not actually win the highly contentious 2000 election, and that his brother and then-Florida Governor Jeb Bush may have had something to do with i...
"You will be our President when you read this note. I wish you well. I wish your family well."
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has said multiple times that he feels the 2016 election is "rigged" against him. In the third and final presidential debate Wednesday night, moderator Chris Wallace asked Trump if he'd accept the outcome of the debate. Show More Summary
In 2004, director Michael Moore took on George W. Bush in “Fahrenheit 9/11.” On Tuesday, the filmmaker surprised his fans with news that he would debut his new film about Donald Trump. “Michael Moore in TrumpLand” will have a free pre-screening Tuesday night in New York, he...
The letter went viral after the third presidential debate
It is completely irresponsible to argue that a president who reaches 270 electoral votes is not “elected” and legitimate, right, Hillary Clinton? Only a shameless partisan with no concern for democracy or our system of government would...Show More Summary
Campaign 2016 updates: In final debate, Trump won't promise he'll accept election results Oct. 20, 2016, 5:48 a.m. Following the final debate, Donald Trump heads to the battleground state of Ohio Thursday. Meantime, President Obama, Vice President Biden and Michelle Obama all stump for Hillary...
Donald Trump suggested during Wednesday’s presidential debate that he won’t accept the outcome of the Nov. 8 election should he lose, saying he’ll instead keep the country in “suspense” after the results come in. Trump’s defiance flouts the norms of American politics and threatens to undermine democracy. Show More Summary
In 2006, in the sixth year of the disastrous presidency of George W. Bush, I began writing a speculation about what the world be like if Al Gore had become president. The Huffington Post published it on May 11, 2008. You will remember that the presidential vote in 2000 was contested and close. Show More Summary
In 2004, director Michael Moore took on George W. Bush in "Fahrenheit 9/11." Now the filmmaker has surprised his fans with a new film about Donald Trump. Video provided by AFP