Hillary Clinton used to have a reputation for being more ruthless than her husband. Bill Clinton was often described as fundamentally conflict-averse, more eager to persuade his opponents than attack them. Hillary, by contrast, was known for identifying villains and going after them. Show More Summary
The gloves came off in the 2016 campaign over the issue of race, with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump escalating their campaign rhetoric. Andrew Weinstein,...
Telling Democratic Veep candidate Tim Kaine that a running-mate is supposed to be a POTUS candidates’ “attack dog,” CBS Late Show host Stephen Colbert told Kaine he was taking off his leash, so he could respond to Donald Trump calling...Show More Summary
Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s powerful denunciation Thursday of “alt-right” extremism that she said GOP opponent Donald Trump embraces was cheered by adherents of the political philosophy. Clinton, linking Trump with white nationalists...Show More Summary
Donald Trump promises a lot of charitable donations, but a Washington Post investigation found that over a seven-year period, Trump donated a maximum of $10,000. Though Trump did spend $12,000 getting the Trump Foundation to buy himShow More Summary
Hillary Clinton attacked Donald Trump on Thursday for his cozy relationship with a new political movement, the Alternative Right, or Alt-Right. The Alt-Right rejects American democracy as did the American communists of the 1930s and the New Left of the 1960s. The main challenge to our way of life...
Donald Trump on Thursday appeared to shift back to some version of the hard-line immigration posture he adopted in the GOP primary, telling CNN that he does not support a path to legal status for illegal immigrants unless they leave the country and return legally. The comment, publicized by the network ahead of the interview's […]
Hillary Clinton is ahead in the polls, but it's more due to Donald Trump's many blunders than excitement with Mrs. Clinton. She has benefitted from being the anti-Trump. But new allegations about the FBI finding another 15,000 missing...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton’s speech on on Thursday was supposed to expose to voters Donald Trump’s disturbing links to some of his white supremacist and conspiracy minded supporters. That group included explicitly those on the alt-right, a loose confederation of racists and reactionaries active online who are broadly pro-Trump. Show More Summary
For more than a year, Donald Trump took the hardest line on immigration - vowing to deport 11 million illegal immigrants en masse and pillorying his GOP primary rivals as … Click to Continue »
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump talked this week about deporting criminals, securing the border and, perhaps, employing a strategy other than the mass removal of every one of the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the...Show More Summary
Donald Trump's biggest demographic problem is with women voters, and Ohio Senate candidate Ted Strickland is making the most of it, tying his Republican opponent Sen. Rob Portman to Trump in his opposition to abortion rights and women's rights in a new ad appropriately called "Choice." Narrator: "We all know what Donald Trump has said about women. Show More Summary
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump holds a rally with supporters in Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S. May 24, 2016. Photo by REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst Editor’s Note: On Donald Trump’s economic team, there’s just one economist with a Phd: Peter Navarro. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton, speaking in Reno, Nev., highlighted Donald J. Trump’s support by the “alt-right” movement, saying he is “taking hate groups mainstream.”
In her new book In Trump We Trust, Ann Coulter attempts to talk America into supporting the Republican presidential nominee—in her own words, “the great orange hope.” She also attempts to answer for his past mistakes, including when he mocked New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski, who has a musculoskeletal disorder. Read more...
Campaign 2016 updates: Clinton slams Trump for 'pushing discredited conspiracy theories' Aug. 25, 2016, 3:48 p.m. Hillary Clinton skewers Donald Trump for directly appealing to white nationalists.Hillary Clinton charges Donald Trump with giving conspiracy theorists and racists "a national megaphone"Trump...
Clinton aimed her speech about Donald Trump and the ‘alt-right’ squarely at the moderate Republicans who are embarrassed by him.
Hillary Clinton “delivered a blistering denunciation of Donald Trump, saying he had embraced the alt-right political philosophy and presenting his choice as an especially ominous turn in a presidential election full of them,” the New York Times reports. “In her [...]
After his rally of lies in New Hampshire today, Donald Trump made a beeline for Anderson Cooper to give an interview expanding on his "I know you are, but what am I" attacks on Hillary Clinton. He doubled down on his claim that Hillary...Show More Summary
Representatives of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have participated in their first meeting with members of the Obama administration assigned to help pave the wave for a smooth transition of power in January. … Click to Continue »