Lori Robertson, FactCheck.Org: Several Republican presidential candidates made false and exaggerated claims at a candidate forum in New Hampshire on Aug. 3. Among them: Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal said he cut the state budget by 26 percent, but that drop is due to a decline in federal funds. Show More Summary
No news is good news at this point for the GOP
GOFFSTOWN, New Hampshire—Fourteen of the Republican candidates running for president participated in a campaign forum in New Hampshire Monday night. It was a fascinating view of an alternate universe where there are no insults, talking points reign over candor, and everyone plays by the slow-moving, old rules of politics. Show More Summary
The Republican presidential race’s second- and third-tier candidates got a chance to shine Monday night in New Hampshire, in a forum that served as a warmup to the party’s first debate later this week. It probably helped the participants...Show More Summary
One GOP presidential hopeful came out on top after the Republican warm-up debate in New Hampshire and he did it by skipping the debate completely. Republican presidential front-runner, Donald Trump, skipped the warm-up debate last night...Show More Summary
At last night’s Republican debate in New Hampshire, Carly Fiorina criticized how the Dodd-Frank law is strangling community banks, as well as its encouragement of yet bigger Wall Street firms and Congress’s failure to reform mortgage entities Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Show More Summary
Republicans took to a New Hampshire stage Monday night for a presidential forum that functioned as an early preview of the contest for the GOP nomination. It was awkward. Unlike the coming Fox News debate on Thursday, the "Voters First...Show More Summary
New York Times: “After weeks of preparing for a smash-mouth debate with Donald J. Trump, 14 Republican candidates found themselves instead Trump-less but sandwiched into a constricting format on Monday night, delivering strikingly uneven performances just days before the first [...]
Summary: Wasn’t there just a presidential debate? Oh, for the politically uncouth such as I, it was a Republican Presidential Candidate debate in New Hampshire. I’ve always been fond of New Hampshire because of great business clients there as well as the beautiful Autumn colors and the turbulent descent into the area on small planes.
WASHINGTON (AP) — They crowded the stage in New Hampshire for a debate-style faceoff. But the jam-packed Republican field will be narrowed considerably for the first formal debate of the 2016 primary season later in the week. On Tuesday,...Show More Summary
So this is what it looks like when Donald Trump stays home. The businessman and board game magnate, who is currently leading the Republican presidential field by a mile, skipped the first full candidate forum of the 2016 presidential race on Monday in New Hampshire. Show More Summary
Republican presidential candidate and Senator Lindsay Graham vowed to export US natural gas to Europe to undercut Russian energy sales to European Union (EU) nations, he told a forum in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Rachel Maddow reports on the first-in-the-nation Republican candidates forum in New Hampshire, with 14 candidates participating, and talks with Anthony...
There was no Donald Trump but his top issue, illegal immigration, was a dominant theme on Monday for 14 Republican presidential candidates who tested their messages at a New Hampshire forum to start a pivotal week on the campaign trail. Facing their first face-to-face debate on Thursday in...
I just finished watching the first "candidates' forum" (don't call it a debate!) of the season, where 14 of the 17 Republicans running for president all appeared on the same stage in New Hampshire. The "one person on the stage at a time"...Show More Summary
Jeb Bush If you just can't wait for Thursday evening's Republican presidential debate(s), fear not. You can get a sort of preview Monday evening with the Voters First Presidential Forum. The event, held in New Hampshire and sponsored...Show More Summary
MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — The Republican Party's presidential class called for aggressive steps to curb illegal immigration, seizing on a delicate political issue as more than a dozen White House hopefuls faced off in New Hampshire onShow More Summary
MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — The Republican Party's jam-packed presidential class faced off Monday night in New Hampshire, where more than a dozen White House hopefuls aim to warm up for the first full-fledged debate of the primary season. Here's The Latest from the forum at St. Show More Summary
Almost all of the Republican presidential hopefuls — 14 of the 17 major candidates — are set to take part in tonight’s candidates forum in New Hampshire, The Washington Post reports, but one notably absent contender will be Donald Trump....
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidates will test their messages in New Hampshire on Monday, with the exception of Donald Trump, in a pivotal week on the 2016 campaign trail that will be dominated by their first head-to-head debate on Thursday. Show More Summary