Top US Democrats require a probe into alleged Trump`s ties to Russian officials and cyberattacks at DNC or DCCC.
Ohio Republicans convened a press conference on Monday seeking to undermine Democrat David Sparks’ run for the state House, only to see Sparks and his supporters attend the event. “I’m not afraid of these people,” Sparks told the Columbus Dispatch. “I went right into their...
WASHINGTON ? The FBI should investigate whether there was any collusion between Donald Trump’s campaign and Russian hackers suspected of penetrating Democratic servers, according to a letter sent to the bureau by top House DemocratsShow More Summary
Donald Trump recently ramped up his Black voter outreach in the wake of poll after poll showing him failing to overcome a historically weak Democratic nominee in his bid for the White House. His Black outreach is equal parts condescension and bluster. Show More Summary
Today's Water Cooler: TTIP dead?, Clinton Foundation, Sanders and Senate, Rs "betrayed," Democrat racism, housing, supply chain, the brain
Donald Trump is reinforcing and validating white supremacists and inspiring violence against minorities, three congressional Democrats charged Tuesday as they called on House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) to disavow their party's presidential nominee. Show More Summary
Amazing but true: Paul Ryan is now in danger of being booted from the Republican tree house for being insufficiently “conservative.” Ryan, a long-time Ayn Rand enthusiast who has horrified Democrats with his proposals to turn Medicare into a voucher program, has nonetheless been too...
(Paul Mirengoff) The conventional wisdom holds that Republicans will maintain control of the House even if Donald Trump loses the presidential election decisively. However, most of those who subscribe to this view believe that the Democrats have some hope of taking the House. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton's wide lead over Donald Trump in the race for the White House has been cut in half, according to a new national Monmouth University poll released today. The Democratic nominee held a wide 50 percent to 37 percent lead...Show More Summary
Washington opposes Turkish efforts to move south of Jarabulus in Syria and engage in activities against the Syrian Democratic Forces, according to US National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications Ben Rhodes.
The Trump Effect is creating new openings for Democrats in the House, openings that the Democrats are poised to exploit with an expanding map of targeted Republican seats. While Democrats have sought publicly to temper expectations that...Show More Summary
Today’s New York Times features a front page above the fold piece on the Democrats’ plan to take the House by targeting affluent suburbs. Trump is so disliked among college-educated voters—particularly women—that many typically Republican suburban congressional districts are now up for grabs. Show More Summary
TOP STORIES LOOKING AT THE POLLS Donald Trump may be down, but he’s certainlynot out. And here’s how the Democrats plan to capitalize on his campaign’s uncertainty to potentially take back the House. [Natalie Jackson, HuffPost] LAX EVACUATED...Show More Summary
Although Hillary Clinton supporters made the case during the primary that she’d be the best candidate to help down-ballot Democrats retake the House and the Senate, leaked emails showes her campaign isn’t living up to that promise.
According to The New York Times, the House Democrats are laying out a plan to defeat vulnerable Republicans in order to reclaim the majority of the House, thanks to Donald Trump. The article states that House Democrats have also out-raised the GOP by about $8-million dollars, which is rare for a party that’s in a... Show More Summary
Donald Trump's effort to reach out to African America voters has been dismissed by the biased media Wing of the Democrats Party and attacked by Hillary Clinton, but it resonated with the leader of the New Black Panther Party in Houston, Texas, Quanell X. Show More Summary
“Emboldened by Donald Trump’s struggles in the presidential race, Democrats in Congress are laying the groundwork to expand the list of House Republicans they will target for defeat as part of an effort to slash the Republicans’ 30-seat majority and [...]
Mr. Trump’s unpopularity with voters in affluent, suburban areas has jeopardized several Republican incumbents, opening the chance for Democrats to win in conservative districts.
If the presidential campaign continues along the same trajectory it’s been on since the conventions, Hillary Clinton should win the White House with room to spare, the Senate majority will probably shift to the Democrats (but just barely) and the House should remain under GOP control. It doesn’t have to be all gridlock and fighting. […]
Donald Trump is being soundly rejected by economists from both the Democratic and Republican establishments, and I mean unanimously: The Wall Street Journal this month reached out to all 45 surviving former members of the White House ...Show More Summary