Trump's strategy against Hillary Clinton: Misogyny, misogyny, and if that doesn't work, misogyny
Trump’s strategy for beating Clinton among female voters: Humiliation
Donald Trump's sexist attacks on Hillary Clinton reveals how he really feels about women
Elizabeth Warren lashes out at Trump
The story of the future: anti-Trump protests. They're going to grow and grow
Protesters Clash With Police, Block Trump’s Motorcade Outside California GOP Convention
This is a man who thinks he can be president
"Yes, but the problem with Pakistan, where they have nuclear weapons -- which is a real problem. The single biggest problem we have is nuclear weapons, you know, countries with them. And it's not only a country, you have nine countries right now with nuclear weapons. But Pakistan is semi-unstable. We don't want to see total instability. It's not that much, relatively speaking. We have a little bit of a good relationship. I think I'd try and keep it. It is very much against my grain to say that, but a country -- and that's always the country, I think, you know, we give them money and we help them out, but if we don't, I think that would go on the other side of the ledger and that could really be a disaster. At the same time, if you look at India and some of the others, maybe they'll be helping us out, because we're going to look at it. We have many, many countries that we give a lot of money to and we get absolutely nothing in return and that's going to stop fast."
During a two-part interview with buddy Bill O’Reilly, Donald Trump tried to show off his foreign policy mojo but wound up revealing how truly ignorant he is on the subject. . . . O'Reilly did, however challenge Trump on policy. "You did not mention Afghanistan in the address. …What exactly will you do about Afghanistan?" [read on]
In the general election against Clinton, you'll hear a lot about how Trump opposed the Iraq war (which Clinton supported). Just one little problem with that
Trump tries to win over Sanders supporters who won't support Clinton
Indiana is a crucial battleground, and Cruz thought an endorsement from Governor Mike Pence would help him. But not THIS endorsement
"I'm not against anybody, but I will be voting for Ted Cruz in the upcoming primary … I particularly want to commend Donald Trump ... I urge everyone to make up their own minds."
“The Clinton campaign is no longer airing advertisements in the Democratic presidential contest, according to ad-spending data from SMG Delta, reflecting how the campaign is pivoting more and more to the general election,” NBC News reports. Meanwhile, Politico reports Bernie Sanders is scaling back his ad spending in Indiana.
Sanders Campaign Drops Lawsuit Against DNC
There really isn't any doubt about this any more, is there?
Jim DeMint Admits Voter ID Intended To Elect Republicans
The war against climate scientists
What millennials want
“According to a new poll that just came out, fifty percent of Republicans say they could support Donald Trump. The other fifty percent are a group calling themselves women." ---Conan O'Brien
“If you’re looking for somebody to come to the defense of one Republican who’s being attacked by another, you should probably ask somebody else.”
---White House press secretary Josh Earnest, being questioned about John Boehner referring to Ted Cruz as “Lucifer in the flesh.”
"Today Carly Fiorina was announced as Ted Cruz's running mate. Fiorina said it's always been her lifelong dream to lose twice in the same election."
“We are basically one month away from Cruz holding his own Republican National Convention at a Hooters in Texas.”
"To all those lawmakers out there who are so obsessed with who is using what bathroom and what 'plumbing' they got 'downtown,' news flash: you're the weirdos."
Interviewer: “Can Hillary Clinton really pick a woman as her VP?” Former White House Communications Director Anita Dunn: “There is some precedent for having a running mate of the same gender.”