The funniest narrative building this week is that President Trump’s reelection campaign is hoping to “shake up” its operation in light of a torrent of polls and news coverage that all indicate Trump is cruising toward a colossal defeat in November.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo calls the Trump administration's attacks on mail-in ballots a "setup" so the president can cry foul when he loses the election.
A Democratic House impeachment counsel is writing a book about the impeachment of President Trump that is set to be released next month.
President suggests foreign countries will print millions of ballots and send them to voters
The “Sleepy Joe” thing isn’t working. So the Trump team is struggling to figure out how to rebrand Biden.
As President Trump recently declared at the Oklahoma rally, “Biden supported every Globalist attack on the American worker.” In contrast, Mr. Trump has been working overtime for the American people, and we are excited to see him back on the road with the chance to offer his vision of restarting
The leading Democratic super PAC quickly transformed President Trump’s ad-libbed comments about ordering a reduction in coronavirus testing into a sharp attack and began airing the advertisement on television in four key battleground states.
Democrats are seizing on former national security adviser John Bolton’s new book to shield their presumptive nominee Joe Biden from attacks on his China record and turn the issue around on President Trump.
Club for Growth Action is attacking the anti-Trump consultants behind The Lincoln Project as tools of the Democratic Party in a new ad campaign. The Club, an economic-focused conservative group, is running 60-second television ads against The Lincoln Project and created a website "TheRealLincolnProject.com" to rip the group
Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden leads Donald Trump by 14 points in a New York Times/Siena poll released Wednesday as the president’s approval rating continues to plummet. Biden tops Trump 50-36 with 14% of voters undecided, according to the poll, which surveyed more than 1,300 registered voters. While Trump leads among white voters with no college [
It has been said that Washington politics is like a NASCAR race, everyone is constantly making left turns. Democrats are turning left at 180 miles per hour while Republicans take the left turns at 120 miles per hour. Republicans need to stop racing. Get off of the track. Don’t like
Priorities USA, the main super PAC backing former Vice President Joe Biden's presidential bid, released an ad Thursday attacking President Trump over his efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act