Hillary Clinton shouldn't laugh off the Republican turned Democrat as others have done in the past.
In an exclusive interview, former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee talks to Lawrence O’Donnell about why he is exploring a run for the Democratic...
Following recent posts about Lincoln Chafee talking about running for the Democratic nomination I began looking to see if there are any other issues where the two have major differences besides Clinton’s support for the Iraq war, which he has been attacking Hillary Clinton on. I was pleased to see that back in 2011 Chaffee [...]Show More Summary
Former Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee might be running for the Democratic nomination or maybe he isn't, depending on which way the wind is blowing during any interviews he gives. But the former Republican-turned-Democrat isn'tShow More Summary
Former Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee, who is preparing to announce for the Democratic presidential nomination, talked to me about having worked with Hillary Clinton in the Senate. He also discussed his journey from Republican to Independent to Democrat, and having bucked his former party on many issues. COLMES: Do you have any relationship with [...]
Former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee (D) told CNN that “I’m running” for the Democratic nomination for president. A spokeswoman later clarified: “We are still in the exploratory committee phase. We will file the proper papers to be an official [...]
By Richard K. Barry I'm very sympathetic to the argument that Hillary Clinton should continue to be hammered on that whole Iraq war thing, but, um, I sure wish we had someone more articulate making the case. Geesh! If you missed it, and that would have been easy, Lincoln Chafee, this guy, is running for the Democratic presidential nomination. Show More Summary
Former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee announced today he will be running for president as a Democrat. He prefers the medium salsa in his burritos and just a touch of sour cream. Damon Root noted this morning that Justice Antonin Scalia...Show More Summary
Former Rhode Island Governor/U.S. Senator/Republican/Independent Lincoln Chafee announced (sort of) earlier today on CNN that he will be running...
One week after launching an exploratory committee for a 2016 presidential run, former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee told HuffPost Live on Thursday that he's certain he wants to enter the race for the White House, but he's waiting to make a final decision. "I'd say 100 percent that I want to run, but this gives you some flexibility. Show More Summary
Rhode Island's Lincoln Chafee, who's served as both a Republican senator and an independent governor, said on CNN Thursday that he will run for the 2016 Democratic nomination. Chafee has thusfar only formed an 2016 "exploratory committee"...Show More Summary
Now in news no one cared about, former Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee has announced today that he intends to run for the Democrat nomination for President in 2016. I
Determined to not become the That Guy of the 2016 Democratic presidential primary, former Rhode Island governor Lincoln Chafee (D) pretty much told CNN's New Day this morning that he was running for president.
Former Rhode Island governor Lincoln Chafee launched another series of hits on Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy credentials Thursday, accusing her of repeated diplomatic clumsiness, and again highlighting her 2002 vote to authorize the use of military force in Iraq. “Don't forget that probably the biggest reason that Senator Obama, at the time, defeated Hillary Clinton […]
• Former Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee (R) reveals whether or not he is considering a presidential run. • Former presidential candidate Ralph Nader gives his opinion on the current candidates for 2016 and unveils letters he wrote to past presidents that were returned to him.
With Hillary Clinton's formal entry into the race for the 2016 Democratic nomination for President, few on the national scene are seriously questioning whether she deserves to inherit President Obama's party in Philadelphia at next year's convention. Show More Summary
Who? In fairness, he probably has more name recognition than Lincoln Chafee: Watch the latest video at <a...
On April 9, Lincoln Chafee announced that he was exploring a run for the presidency. His reasons are quite clearly stated in The Washington Post: "Unlike other potential Clinton challengers, Chafee appears to be spoiling for a fight... Show More Summary
Former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee, the latest presidential contender to say he is mulling a bid, on Sunday said Hillary Clinton's 2002 vote in favor of the Iraq War showed she lacks judgment.