Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders on Monday strongly rejected comparisons between his campaign and that of Republican candidate Donald Trump. "No, I don't accept that for one moment," the Democratic presidential candidate told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell. Show More Summary
Jeb Bush is no longer ignoring Donald Trump. Bush has a tough new attack on Trump, but is it too little too late? NBC News’ Perry Bacon, Salon’s Joan Walsh...
Many assume Norm Macdonald is a political comedian, per his Weekend Update days on SNL, but he's not.
A new Loras College poll in Iowa finds Donald Trump leading the Republican field with 25%, followed by Ben Carson at 18%, Jeb Bush at 10%, Ted Cruz at 7%, Scott Walker at 6% and Carly Fiorina at 5%.
As the battle between Jeb Bush and Donald Trump rages on, both have sent new attack ads at each other in the same day.
It's about time! Donald Trump wasn't the only Presidential hopeful making a mockery of American Politics this campaign season, because the people of North Carolina actually had an Independent politician named Deez Nuts polling at 9 percent… Well, we knew that Deez was actually a teenager from Iowa named Brady Olson, but it seems as though one [...]
Submitted by Doug French via Mises Canada, Donald Trump says America’s problems are managerial. The political class is “stupid,” and “horrible negotiators.” He can fix the country’s problems instantaneously with his own entrepreneurial ability and by drafting into government service the likes of multi-billionaire Carl Icahn. Show More Summary
What does what I said then have to do with what I am saying now? David Corn at Mother Jones does an excellent job of vivisecting Donald Trump for blaming President Obama for the bloody mess in Iraq. As we've all seen since what seems...Show More Summary
Public Policy Polling just released the results of their new national poll, and what they learned about Donald Trump's supporters is pretty much exactly what you would expect: 61 percent don’t believe President Obama was born in America, 62 percent think he is a secret Muslim, and 63 percent want... More »
Some supporters of 2012 Republican nominee Mitt Romney are seizing upon Donald Trump's surge to argue yet again that Romney should should enter the 2016 presidential race. "Mitt wants to run. He never stopped wanting to run," a former senior Romney adviser told New York magazine's Gabriel Sherman. Show More Summary
The increasingly nasty battle between Donald Trump and Jeb Bush continued on CNN Tuesday evening when Don Lemon appeared to play excerpts from his new interview with the GOP frontrunner, set to air in full at 10 p.m. ET tonight.
Donald Trump has some company atop the field in Iowa, per the latest polls of the first caucus state. It is neither Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who lorded over the Iowa caucus polls for most of the year, nor Sen. Ted Cruz, the steady conservative heartthrob. Show More Summary
Mr. Trump may be surging in the Republican primary, but he has it all wrong on immigration and our relationship with our southern neighbor. His views aren't just incorrect; they are harmful to Americans of all descents. Mexico is our...Show More Summary
The music group Blondie was hugely successful in the late 1970s and early 1980s. They sold 50 million records, and played to sold out arenas. Then they broke up. In 1997, Blondie reunited, and experts expected a massive, sold-out tour and fan frenzy. It didn't come to pass. Show More Summary
This morning Jeb Bush jabbed Donald Trump on FOX News. He also doubled down on his previous comments that illegal... The post Trump Jabs Jeb => Drops Online Ad Showing Jeb Bush Lavishing Praise on Hillary Clinton appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
If you haven’t seen Jimmy Fallon’s impeccable impersonation of Donald Trump, you should. …Read More
In the past few months, the relationship between Donald Trump and NBC has been strained, to say the least, but it?s not a rift that will remain rocky forever, as Trump will return to the network later this month as a guest on The Tonight Show.Click To Continue Reading
"Nothing would be more boring than a late-night war," Stephen Colbert told Jerry Seinfeld this summer — but, like a German diplomat in the summer of 1914, it turns out he was lying! Next week, Colbert's Late Show will go head-to-head with Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show, with an awe-inspiring list... More »
Yesterday, I wrote a piece about Donald Trump’s growing popularity among Nazis and white supremacists. Today, my Twitter mentions are flooded with angry Nazis and white supremacists. Hm, what could be happening here? What could it — oh. Read more...
The head of the largest federation of labor unions on Tuesday called Donald Trump’s recent statements on immigration dangerous.