"Martin O’Malley’s campaign for the Democratic nomination will remain suspended indefinitely. He made this decision after he found out he was polling five points behind El Chapo!" – Jodi Miller of NewsBusted.
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog took a trot through the spin room at last month's Democratic debate in Charleston, South Carolina. There, he had the chance to dump on everyone from Martin O'Malley (RIP, O'Malley campaign) to Run the Jewels' Killer Mike and DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Triumph had some tough...
Republican Mike Huckabee and Democrat Martin O'Malley had dropped out by midnight on caucus night, and Rand Paul and Rick Santorum weren't far behind. Candidate Bill Clinton masterfully framed his second-place finish in New Hampshire...Show More Summary
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog's 2016 election special premiered this week via Hulu and Funny or Die. It sees the infamous canine puppet trolling bloggers, elderly voters, former Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley, and many,...Show More Summary
Hogan’s campaign coffers double the size of predecessor Martin O’Malley’s headed into second year of term.
DES MOINES, Iowa -- The cafeteria at North High School was buzzing with excitement on Monday night as the Democratic caucus in Des Moines Precinct 20 began. Supporters for Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders gathered on one side of the room, while backers of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton claimed their territory on the opposite side. Show More Summary
Whew! Another hectic week of politics and Kanye West-related drama. The Iowa caucuses saw Martin O'Malley, Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum withdraw from the presidential race, but Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders tied, resolving nothing, while Ted Cruz's victory was marred by accusations of trickery. Show More Summary
The former Democratic governor of Maryland had planned to compete in the state, but his withdrawal from the race left his supporters seeking alternatives.
IT WAS the fifth face-off between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in a series of Democratic primary debates, but their first one-to-one after their last remaining rival, Maryland’s Governor Martin O’Malley, dropped out on February 1st. Show More Summary
Wow, well, that was a debate! It turns out that Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were just waiting for Martin O’Malley to leave the room so that they could really go at it. And boy, did they. Here is a summary. Chuck Todd: Hello. I am going to tell you that this debate will last 90 […]
Substantively, it’s hard to say there was much new in Thursday’s Democratic presidential debate, other than the timing (a weekday!) and the format, which—with the departure of former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley—pit Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton against each other one-on-one. Show More Summary
As shock waves rippled from the near-tie in Iowa, the Democratic candidates agreed to a series of four new debates. Tonight we saw the first of these in New Hampshire. With Martin O'Malley gone, both Clinton and Sanders made effortsShow More Summary
The Late Show's Stephen Colbert pays tribute to the latest round of 2016 presidential candidates to drop out of the race, Rand Paul, Mike Huckabee and Martin O'Malley while getting a swipe in on Jim Gilmore for staying in after receiving...Show More Summary
With Martin O’Malley finally out of the Democratic primary, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have spent much of the last week worrying over language. Most of all, they’ve been arguing about the meaning of the word progressive, a term that each wants to claim—and that neither can agree on. Show More Summary
9:07 - Hillary: "The numbers just don't add up" for all of Bernie's proposals. 9:01 - I see that Rachel Maddow is as excited as I am that Martin O'Malley has dropped out. 9:00 - And with that, on with the debate! 8:58 - This is the second election cycle in which I've liked both of the Democratic frontrunners. Show More Summary
MSNBC Martin O'Malley is an ex-candidate, so tonight's MSNBC debate will feature the first one-on-one confrontation between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. The moderators will be Chuck Toddler and Rachel Maddow, so at least one of...Show More Summary
With Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley out of the race, the Democratic field is now Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Hillary Clinton. The average age of...
At last week's Democratic town hall in Iowa, Duke University student Brian Carlson asked then candidate Martin O'Malley, "What will you do to assure full federal LGBT equality?" This was noteworthy because in the three Democratic debates that have been held so far, not one moderator has asked a single question...
Stephen Colbert bid farewell to several 2016 presidential tributes felled by the Iowa caucuses on the latest installment of The Late Show's riotous Hunger Games send-up, "Hungry for Power Games." First up, Republican candidate Rand Paul, whose early campaign gimmicks included a series of viral videos in which he burned and shredded the United States tax...
Finally, Democrats will debate without their third wheel (sorry, Martin O'Malley).For the first time in their months-long battle for the Democratic presidential nomination, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will face off one-on-one in a nationally televised debate today.The meeting comes days...