In his pre-Super Bowl interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity, President Donald Trump revealed which Democratic candidate he would most like to run against this year.
Stacey is trolling pretty hard for the job of V.P. with the Dems running for President. That means she won't get it.
“The state of our union is strong.” President Trump declared these words during his State of the Union address on Tuesday evening. He’s right. It was part of an incredible week: Democrats screw up the Iowa caucuses, Mr. Trump delivers a remarkable address and the United States Senate votes
Trump should be the most defeatable president in history. .. It is remarkable how the Democratic Presidential candidates allow themselves to be pigeon-holed by the media as "moderate," "centrist," "extreme," "left-wing," and other abstract fact-deprived nomenclature.It is also astonishing that the Democratic operatives have made something called "electability" a yardstick for deciding who to vote for in the primaries. This is particularly ironic considering the winner of the primary will be...
The presidential hopeful maintains that he is the most electable person to run against President Donald Trump.
Impeachment is over. November is nine months away. And President Trump is now convinced he’s untouchable.
For the fourth year in a row, President Trump called for paid family leave in his State of the Union address, a remarkable trend given past GOP silence on the issue. For years, Republican lawmakers tabled the idea of a modernized, federal paid leave plan. But under Trump, the party has shifted. Leading conservatives like
The 44th president pokes fun at his successor's dubious boasts about the turnaround in America's financial health
The Democrats had the spotlight in Iowa, but in the end it was for all the wrong reasons. The president and his team are trying to make the most of it.
Democrats are not planning to wage a serious war over Iowa in this year's general election and are effectively conceding it to President Trump, Politico reported on Monday.
The 2020 candidates struggle to play catch up in New Hampshire while President Trump attempts to steal the spotlight. NBC’s Shaquille Brewster talks to voters in the Granite State after a chaotic week in politics
They try to impeach him. They tear up his speech. They can’t stop thinking about him. President Trump accused “evil” Democrats of being obsessed with him and refusing to do the people’s business with him on Friday. Fresh off a nasty and vindictive “celebration” of his impeachment acquittal, Trump