Because nobody wants to get screwed by Chinese food, check out today's mid-day links: Rudy Giuliani still terrorizing NYC, conservative Ghostbusters, RIP Victoria's Secret catalogues, new Magnetic Fields album coming, and bulldog rides horsey. Show More Summary
Great America PAC is bringing on Jake Menges and Rob Cole to help it raise money.
Chinese gadget companies, brands, Rudy Giuliani and even the 9/11 Museum itself have co-opted the September 11th terrorist attacks to the point where it's genuinely hard to tell whether or not something is a tribute, an insult, or just plain tone deafness. Show More Summary
Trump wants a commission to study his anti-immigration, anti-Muslim plans -- and he thinks Rudy Giuliani is the right man to lead such a panel.
Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump on Wednesday said he’s thinking about setting up an investigative commission in the wake of his proposal to temporarily ban Muslims from entering the United States, and floated former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani as someone who might...
Donald Trump joined one of his favorite Fox News enablers, Fox and Friends, with a typical "call in" interview, to discuss his upcoming trip to D.C., to meet Republican leaders as well as some of his policies. Host Steve Doocey thenShow More Summary
He's the only one who can "chase them back to their caves."
Donald Trump is thinking about creating a terrorism commission — and floated Rudy Giuliani as a possible chairman.
As part of his march to Make America Use Sub-Sixth Grade Grammar Again, Donald Trump has proposed banning Muslim immigrants and tourists from the country. And today he says he might have Rudy Giuliani head up a "serious" commission to consider the plan. [ more › ]
The media were prepared for a Donald Trump v. Hillary Clinton battle (they were deprived of Clinton vs. Rudy Giuliani in 2008) in which the Republican presidential nominee would have all the loathsome attributes in their Republican stereotype (mean, ignorant, bigoted, dangerous, etc.). Given the only opponent she assuredly could clobber, Clinton would march to victory. […]
Speculation has swirled that the two Manhattanites would be teaming up in some capacity now that Trump's political ambitions have rapidly become realities on the campaign trail.
Donald Trump has locked up the Republican presidential nomination and he is already weighing some choices for his cabinet. Fox News has reported that he may announce key members of his cabinet before the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. Show More Summary
After a few weeks of non-endorsements that certainly sounded like endorsements, former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani has officially endorsed Donald...
Rudy Giuliani joined Sean Hannity tonight to discuss the Republican primary race. Rudy says it’s over and Trump is the... The post Rudy Giuliani: Trump Is the Nominee… Cruz-Kasich Backroom Deal is Devastating (Video) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
by Dan Savage The New York Times offered this up with other supposed evidence of Trump's alleged comfort around gay people: His ease with gay people does not seem to be the result of deep soul searching, but, rather, the product of the Manhattan social and political world he has inhabited the past five decades. “I live in New York. Show More Summary
Rudy Giuliani made an announcement recently on who he would be ‘voting’ for… many felt it was an obvious choice, while others were in shock over his choice. Now, he’s
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani begrudgingly endorsed Donald J. Trump for president on Tuesday, but insisted that he would not be part of the campaign. CNN’s Chris Cuomo called the former mayor out during an interview on New Day after Giuliani told Fox News host Megyn Kelly that he would...
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani says he is endorsing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump for president, but he's not playing a role in the campaign. While Giuliani has already made his... To view the full story, click the title link.
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani says he is endorsing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump for president, but he's not playing a role in the campaign. Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton hope to emerge victorious...Show More Summary