When Donald Trump landed in Ohio this week, he got a taste of the meager Republican super PAC efforts aimed at him: a 47-second Web video clipping together some of his most provocative comments and a small airplane trailing a bannerShow More Summary
Republicans are taking Donald Trump head-on. John Kasich and his super PAC released two ads hitting Trump, and a new conservative group is planning a
The four main super PACs backing the presidential bid of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) were sitting on nearly $38 million at the end of June — second only in the GOP field to the super PAC backing former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. That money, mostly courtesy of four rich donors, could buy a lot of […]
Matea Gold and Robert Costa report that the anti-Trump effort from within the GOP establishment is looking rather anemic: When Donald Trump landed in Ohio this week, he got a taste of the meager Republican super PAC efforts aimed at him: a 47-second Web video clipping together some of his most provocative comments and […]
WASHINGTON -- When Republican operatives decided to finally organize an attack on leading presidential candidate Donald Trump, they didn’t launch a super PAC or start a nonprofit. Instead, Trump Card LLC, a limited liability company, was formed. Show More Summary
We all know that dark money is this year's hotness, right? So who's the king of dark money? It turns out the answer is Marco Rubio. Other candidates all have their Super PACs, but Super PACs disclose their donors. Rubio has the Conservative Solutions Project, a 501(c)(4) that doesn't. Show More Summary
Yesterday we reported on how a Super PAC that has apparently supports Senator Marco Rubio has taken up [mc_name name='Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)' chamber='senate' mcid='R000595' ]'s attack line against Senator Ted Cruz. Back in July, Ted Cruz...Show More Summary
Donald Trump is talking up an independent presidential bid again after a brief peace of two to three months. Why? Probably because he just says whatever he feels like saying at any given time. If we’re looking for something resembling...Show More Summary
John Kasich's Super PAC, taking a cue from John Kasich, has decided to launch a series of ads against Donald Trump. The first ad is basically a series of youtube clips of Trump saying stuff strung together. The advertisement is terrible. Show More Summary
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has not asked a super PAC supporting his presidential campaign to stop spending money on his behalf, though he’s repeatedly criticized the influence such groups have on elections. In an interview Monday with...Show More Summary
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Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump’s campaign warned the party on Tuesday about donors pooling funds for attack ads, saying the party must treat him fairly to keep him from launching an independent bid. Trump lawyer Michael Cohen told CNN that if Republican donors backing...
Mr. Sanders has spent months denouncing the groups and faulting Hillary Rodham Clinton and other candidates for accepting money from them. But the National Nurses United For Patient Protection “super PAC” has spent more than $550,000 in support of Mr. Sanders’s campaign.
The super PAC behind Ohio Gov. John Kasich's 2016 campaign released their first attack ad Monday aimed at GOP front-runner Donald Trump.
Robert Kiger, founder of a Donald Trump super PAC, reasons he’d get beat up at a black church if he said “white lives matter,” so it’s justified that a black protester was roughed up at a Trump event. Now read this:Limbaugh: Trump Doing A ‘Great Service’ (Nov 22, 2015) Trump Tweets Fake, Racist Crime [...]
A super PAC backing Republican Ted Cruz is staffing up in the early-voting state of South Carolina, the most significant payroll expansion to date for any of the independent groups backing the Texas senator.
Robert Kiger, the founder of a super PAC supporting Donald Trump for president, said on Monday that he wasn’t surprised that a black man was beaten at a Trump rally because he would expect black people to do the same thing to him if he visited an African-American church. At a rally in...
Following the beating of a #BlackLivesMatter protester at Donald Trump's rally in Birmingham, Ala. on Saturday, a Trump supporter told CNN he was tired about the protest movement's publicity.
Larry Noble WaPo oped: Yet according to Brock, that is exactly what the Clinton campaign is doing. No presidential candidate claiming to have discovered a loophole to justify coordinating with a super PAC can make a credible claim that campaign … Continue reading ?