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Pence Is Right on Trump’s County Wins

11 hours agoNews : The Daily Beast

Pence says Trump claimed more counties than any GOP candidate since 1984. Hes rightbut the size of some of those counties explains Hillary Clintons 2.6 million popular vote lead.

Trump State Dept. candidate list grows

15 hours agoNews : The Newsroom

Former CIA Director David Petraeus and Tenn. GOP Sen. Bob Corker are said to be top contenders.

Trump reignites calls to ‘Lock Her Up!’

Donald Trump kicked off his “Thank You” tour in Cincinnati on Thursday night, his first rally since the campaign trail and the first stop on a list of states that gave the GOP candidate the majority vote in the presidential election. The president-elect was met with a nostalgically fired up crowd, donning “Make America Great [...]

Fight for valuable Senate seat lacks national Democratic push

Rachel Maddow notes that Republicans are sending Vice president-elect Mike Pence to Louisiana to campaign for the GOP candidate in the run-off Senate...

Civil Rights Museum rejects Trump photo-op

Rachel Maddow notes that Republicans are sending Vice president-elect Mike Pence to Louisiana to campaign for the GOP candidate in the run-off Senate...

GOP Campaign Surrogate Uses MRC Study to Slap Down CNN President

CNN President Jeff Zucker went on the defensive Wednesday night, when a room full of campaign surrogates called him out for his network’s lopsided campaign coverage. However, as a surrogate for a former GOP candidate pointed out, the MRC has proven that CNN's track record this campaign season has been anything but defensible.

Betsy DeVos and her big-giving relatives: Family qualifies as GOP royalty

Betsy DeVos, Trump's pick to head the Education Department, and her husband Dick at a 2015 game of the DeVos family-owned Orlando Magic. Betsy and her relatives have given at least $20.2 million to federal-level candidates and committees since 1989. Show More Summary

Trump’s Words Should Not Be Ignored Whether Spoken Or Tweeted

Donald Trump is no longer the joke candidate among a group of seventeen Republican candidates. He is no longer the guy who made it to the primaries but will lose to the top tier candidates. He is no longer the accidental GOP nominee....Show More Summary

Trump dines with ex-rival Mitt Romney at Manhattan restaurant

5 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney sat down with Donald Trump for a ritzy meal at an upper Manhattan establishment.

BERNIE: Trump's pick for health secretary proves what he said were 'just lies'

Bernie Sanders is going after President-elect Donald Trump for his pick to lead the Department of Health and Human Services. In a statement Tuesday, the former Democratic presidential candidate said Trump's selection of GOP Rep. TomShow More Summary

Clinton Lawyer: GOP Should Stop North Carolina Recount, But The Green Party Effort Is Fine (Even Though Hillary Still Lost)

Well, the clown show continues with this recount effort on behalf of Green Party candidate Jill Stein. First, it appears as if the voter-initiated...

The GOP’s Insanely Reckless Trump Gamble

Donald Trump did a lot of damage to the organs of democracy as a presidential candidate, and the pace and severity of that vandalism has only increased since he won. After he became president-elect, his international business empireShow More Summary

The Latest: GOP calls Stein recount request 'absurd'

The Latest on Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein seeking a recount in Wisconsin (all times local): 1:25 p.m. Republicans are blasting Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein's plans to … Click to Continue »

HUD Is Essential to the Fight Against Poverty. Ben Carson Will Lobotomize It.

It was only eight days ago that Americans could heave a sigh of relief over the humility of neurosurgeon and GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson, whose business manager told The Hill: “Dr. Carson feels he has no government experience, he’s never run a federal agency. Show More Summary

Why the GOP Should Ignore Racial Minorities

And focus on the soon-to-be-minority, white people: According to the modeling done here, if [Candidate X] could win white voters at Reagan 1984 percentages (66 percent) and at Bush 2004 turnout levels (67 percent) and we assume African-American...Show More Summary

GOP lawmaker asks officials to answer questions on NSA chief

Rogers has been mentioned as a candidate for a position in President-elect Donald Trump's administration, an idea that gained traction when Trump met with Rogers, whose tenure at the NSA has been tainted by breaches of classified material from the agency. Nunes defended Rogers. Since Adm.

Recount upholds GOP candidate winning Minnesota Senate seat

A recount has upheld a Republican candidate winning a Minnesota Senate seat in the western Minneapolis suburbs. Unofficial results from Friday's recount show Republican Paul Anderson leading Democrat Deb Calvert … Click to Continue ...

Mike Pompeo: A Great Appointment

(John Hinderaker) So far, Donald Trump’s appointments are going a long way to reassure observers like me, who worried that the GOP had nominated a candidate who was not a conservative. Let’s just say that anyone who puts Jeff Sessions in charge of the Department of Justice is no liberal. Show More Summary

Failed Nevada GOP candidate alleges defamation by Democrat

A Nevada Republican who narrowly lost the most expensive congressional race in the nation is suing the Democrat who won, seeking millions of dollars for television and internet advertisements that … Click to Continue »

Sessions Confirms That the GOP is the Party of Calhoun

That a candidate who rode racism to the White House is packing his White House and cabinet with racists is less than surprising. But the idea of Jeff Sessions as the nation’s top law enforcement officer is particularly appalling: In 1986, Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III was—correctly!—deemed by a Republican Senate to be too racist to […]

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