"Do you think the media is fair to the president?" Cavuto asked the former GOP presidential candidate.
Virginia GOP gubernatorial aspirant, Corey Stewart, ignited a small firestorm on Monday after taking a controversial stand against the removal of monuments celebrating the south's Civil War past.
The struggle is real for prospective 2018 GOP candidates: Should they or shouldn't they jump in? With a commander in chief who's as predictable as an untethered balloon in a tornado touting a list of legislative accomplishments as short...Show More Summary
Brian Tashman reports at Right Wing Watch: Virginia Republican politician Corey Stewart, the former chairman of Donald Trump’s Virginia campaign who is currently running for governor, took to Twitter this morning to denounce the removal of a Confederate monument in New Orleans, likening the move to actions committed by the terrorist group ISIS. Show More Summary
The Latest on the Republican primary debate for Virginia governor (all times local): 5:00 p.m. The front-runner for the Republican nomination in Virginia's closely watched governor's race is expressing discomfort … Click to Continue...
The three Republicans running for governor in Virginia's closely watched gubernatorial contest are arguing over who is the most electable statewide candidate. The trio squared off at debate Saturday in … Click to Continue »
GOP’s 2008 Veep candidate Sarah Palin stopped by Jake Tapper’s CNN show Thursday to talking about inviting pals Kid Rock and Ted Nugent to have dinner with her and President Donald Trump at the White House. “President Trump called to invite, just to touch base, asked me to get to D.C. Show More Summary
Trump called former Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel on Wednesday morning, congratulating her on making it to the runoff with Democrat Jon Ossoff.
During the April 18 edition of CNN's New Day, co-host Alisyn Camerota pressed GOP candidate Karen Handel on whether the runoff regarding the special election in Georgia’s Sixth District in 60 days is “a referendum on Donald Trump.” Handel...Show More Summary
Despite acknowledging that the media’s chosen candidate in Georgia’s special congressional election on Tuesday, Democrat Jon Ossoff, had fallen short of the 50% threshold necessary to avoid a runoff, on Wednesday, NBC’s Today touted the failed liberal effort as a near win that would send an “ominous sign” to Republicans.
Republican Sen. Joni Ernst spoke candidly about the president at a town hall on Tuesday, saying the president has "a number of flaws." Read more...
Late Tuesday night, President Donald Trump tweeted his congratulations to Georgia Republicans and celebrated a victory. “Despite major outside money, FAKE media support and eleven Republican candidates, BIG “R” win with runoff in Georgia. Glad to be of help!” Trump said. But...
First Read: “Looking ahead to the June 20 runoff in GA-6, it’s going to be very competitive. Just compare Ossoff’s percentage (48.1%) with the combined percentage of the Top 4 GOP candidates (48.2%). Or compare the total percentage for all [...]
Democrat Jon Ossoff will face Republican Karen Handel in June after narrowly missing the majority needed to claim victory. Needing 50 percent, Ossoff received 48.1 percent of the vote and faces the top GOP candidate. RELATED: Trump Attacks GA Democra… Read The post Georgia Special Election Goes to Runoff After Narrow Majority Miss for Jon Ossoff appeared first on Towleroad.
Good morning, kids. Well, the good news is that Ossoff failed to win the special election yesterday and will head for a runoff in June against the GOP candidate Karen Handel. The better news is not only will she...
Ossoff was the projected winner in the special election to replace HHS Secretary Tom Price, but he failed to secure more than 50 percent of the vote — leaving him to face a June runoff against the top Republican candidate, Karen Handel. His chances of capturing the seat in a runoff, against a single opponent, […]
Would you vote for a Democratic candidate who once ran a psychic network? She admits it was all fake now, but what does that say about her ethics?
On August 11, 2011, Newsweek ran a photograph of Congresswoman, GOP presidential candidate, and tea party darling Michele Bachmann that ignited a media firestorm. The image taken on assignment by Chris Buck earned her the nickname, “Crazy Eyes” and marked a turning point as she went from leading candidate for the Republican presidential nomination to […]
Republicans are bidding to prevent a major upset in a conservative Georgia congressional district where Democrats stoked by opposition to President Donald Trump have rallied behind a candidate who has … Click to Continue »
(AP) — Republicans are bidding to prevent a major upset in a conservative Georgia congressional district where Democrats stoked by opposition to President Donald Trump have rallied behind a candidate who has raised a shocking amountShow More Summary