Chuck Schumer Says That in Private, Republicans Have ‘Real Problems’ With Trump
New York Senator Chuck Schumer appeared on The View today to address his insults from and to Donald Trump and more. While there, the Democratic lawmaker revealed that he is far from the only person in Washington who is displeased with Trump’s performance.
Joy Behar asked about Senator Al Franken‘s claim that some Republicans are worried Trump is mentally unwell (and pointed out that she was ahead of the curve on saying that and caught major heat from Bill O’Reilly for it).
He replied, “When you talk to Republicans quietly — you know, in the cloak room and the gym — they are having real problems with him. Now, very few — John McCain, to his credit — but very few have had the courage to oppose hime even though they know he’s doing a lot of things that are against what America is all about.”
He went on to predict that Trump will be faced with a lot of Republicans turning from him in about three or four months. Schumer then called Trump’s cabinet the “worst cabinet” he’d ever seen and dismissed Trump’s war on the press by saying that everyone in power receives harsh coverage.
He advised Trump to get over it because the criticism can make politicians “better.”
Watch above for all of that and to see what one topic Jedediah Bila said that all Republicans should agree with Schumer on. Video Rating: / 5
With Donald Trump expanding his outreach to African-Americans, Stephen checks in with the one black Republican he could find.
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Over the summer, Ellen made an appearance at the Republican Debate. In case you missed it, check out what she had to say – and sing. Video Rating: / 5
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump square off on Oct. 9, Sunday, 9 p.m. EST at Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri in the second presidential debate of the 2016 election.
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This is every response Donald Trump gave at the 1st Republican Debate for the 2016 GOP Nominee. Check out our channel for the entire 17 candidate field along with 10 to 15 videos showing the various topics and how each candidate responded side by side.
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15:25 Foreign Policy
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Tonight Face Off: Round 2 Prime Time: Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, George Bush, Carly Fiorina, Chris Christie, John Kasich, Rand Paul. 2016 Presidential Debate Round 1 Undercard: Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorum, Lindsey Graham, George Pataki. . CNN, Republican, Debate.
Stage set for final GOP debate of 2015
Washington (CNN)Nine candidates will appear in prime-time Tuesday night for the final Republican presidential primary debate of 2015, a critical event that will help shape the contest heading into the Iowa caucuses.
Businessman Donald Trump, the front-runner for the nomination, will again be center stage flanked by retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson on his right and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz on his left, CNN announced Sunday. The six remaining participants in the prime time contest will be Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, businesswoman Carly Fiorina, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Ohio Gov. John Kasich, and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul.
Four candidates: former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham and former New York Gov. George Pataki will appear in the first debate on Tuesday evening.
It will be a return for Christie to the prime-time stage after failing to qualify for the Fox Business prime-time debate last month. Christie has seen a resurgence in recent weeks, particularly in New Hampshire, a key state for his campaign.
Paul, who was in danger of being removed from the main stage, was saved at the 11th hour by showing viability in Iowa in a Fox News poll released Sunday morning.
Podium order was determined by the average of the national polls from November and December.
RELATED: CNN Republican presidential debate criteria announced
CNN’s debate, which will be held in Las Vegas and is the fifth of the primary season, is the first to use early-state polls as a way to make the main event in prime-time. Candidates must meet one of three criteria in polls conducted between October 29 and December 13 and recognized by CNN: An average of at least 3.5% nationally; at least 4% in Iowa; or at least 4% in New Hampshire.
Along with Christie, Fiorina and Kasich qualified for the primetime debate because of their New Hampshire average.
CNN considered live interviewer national and state surveys by: ABC News, Bloomberg News, CBS News, CNN, Fox News, Gallup, Marist University, McClatchy News Service, Monmouth News Service, NBC News, The New York Times, Pew Research Center, Quinnipiac University, Time, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Des Moines Register, the University of New Hampshire, WBUR and WMUR.
The debate will be moderated by Wolf Blitzer, with CNN’s Chief Political Correspondent Dana Bash joining Salem Radio Network talk show host Hugh Hewitt as questioners. Video Rating: / 5
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