Republicans come up short in search for diverse voters in 2016 election
In 2012, 93 percent of voters who identified as members of a particular party cast a ballot for that party's presidential candidate, a Reuters/Ipsos Election Day poll found. The numbers suggest the Republican field, led by billionaire businessman … Read more on Yahoo News
Donald Trump vs. Jeb Bush INTENSE Moments at Republican Debate (12-15-15) Video Rating: / 5
donald trump highlights from the cnbc gop debate held wednesday october 28, 2015.Donald Trump was confronted at tonight’s CNBC debate for criticizing both Mark Zuckerberg and Marco Rubio on immigration. He denied it, but it happens to be taken from Trump’s own website. Moderator Becky Quick brought up two things: 1) that Trump criticized the Facebook founder on immigration, and 2) that he called Rubio “Zuckerberg’s personal senator.” Trump denied saying either of those things. John Kasich came out swinging at both Donald Trump and Ben Carson at tonight’s CNBC debate over what he has previously deemed as their “nonsense.” Kasich reiterated his criticism of Trump and Carson’s economic proposals, dismissing their “empty promises” and “fantasy” policies. He touted his own economic record and said Carson’s tithing proposal is ridiculous, as well as a “we’re gonna be great” plan. He cried, “We cannot elect somebody that does not know how to do the job!” Trump shot back by bringing up Kasich’s past work at Lehman Brothers and said that “he was such a nice guy [to me]… but then his poll numbers tanked.” Republican candidate Donald Trump said Wednesday night he might feel more comfortable if his employees brought guns to work — despite the fact that several Trump resorts have a policy against firearms. “I have a permit, which is very unusual in New York,” Trump said. “It’s a permit to carry. I carry on occasion, sometimes a lot. I like to be unpredictable.” Trump said gun-free zones are “target practice for the sickos” and a “feeding frenzy for sickos. Latest: Watch the GOP debate post-show Trump made his comments in response to a question about gun control in light of this month’s shooting rampage in at a rural community college in Oregon.
Republican George Pataki leaves presidential race against Donald Trump after …
A centrist Republican who led New York through the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, Pataki failed to gain traction in a crowded field of candidates during an election season that has so far favored outsiders like billionaire businessman Donald Trump. He rarely … Read more on Daily Mail
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Two Minutes with Mitch Henck: Could Donald Trump destroy GOP?
In "Two Minutes with Mitch" local radio personality Mitch Henck gives his two cents on columnist George Will's assertion that Donald Trump could destroy the Republican Party if elected president. Read more on The Daily Cardinal
Soros: Trump and Cruz want you to be afraid
“I experienced this personally when I watched the last Republican presidential debate; I could stop myself only by remembering that it must be irrational to follow the wishes of your enemies,” Soros said. “To remove the danger posed by jihadi terrorism … Read more on Politico
Will Donald Trump End the GOP's Role as America's Conservative Party?
If you look beyond Donald Trump's comprehensive unpleasantness — is there a disagreeable human trait he does not have? — you might see this: He is a fundamentally sad figure. His compulsive boasting is evidence of insecurity. His unassuageable … Read more on National Review Online
Obama's team says the GOP earned Donald Trump
Going into next year, Obama will be speaking out against Trump, as he did indirectly in several pro-immigration speeches earlier this month and by name in an interview with NPR last week, when he argued that the Republican front-runner is exploiting … Read more on Politico
Speculation starting to swirl over a brokered GOP convention
Because this GOP election cycle offers three lanes of candidates instead of two — a “Trump” lane in addition to the traditional “establishment” and “conservative” lanes — “it becomes more likely that no one will have a majority of delegates,” says … Read more on PBS NewsHour
Trump dominates GOP field heading into 2016
Washington (CNN) Donald Trump seems set to end 2015 as the dominant force in the race for next year's Republican nomination for president, with Texas Sen. Ted Cruz now a clear — yet distant — second after a strong debate performance, a new CNN/ORC … Read more on CNN