The show is streamed weekly Wednesday nights and includes a pretty strong lineup: Lara Trump, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Katrina Pierson, and Mercedes Schlapp. No doubt an hour of uninterrupted propaganda. Just like on “The View”!
Joe Biden still thinks the Republican party is filled with millionaires and billionaires and the Democratic party is comprised of “hard workin’ people.”
So much for “Keep America Great.” Throw out those new hats and get the old ones of the closet. According to the Washington Examiner: President Trump is bringing back “Make America Great Again” as a campaign rallying cry as the coronavirus upends plans to run for reelection on the strength of a roaring economy. The Trump campaign is investing “mid-seven figures” to run a new television advertisement on
Joe Biden leads in most polls, but that doesn’t mean much. Democrats are not excited about their sleepy, mumbling standard-bearer. According to the Washington Examiner: According to the latest Emerson College Polling’s survey, Democrats appear to be throwing in the towel. While Biden leads President Trump in a head-to-head matchup, 48%-42%, when voters overall were asked who they really think will win in November, it’s a
This is how President Trump is going to frame his reelection campaign. The economic growth under his stewardship was derailed by the coronavirus, and he is the one who can put things back on track. It may have some resonance, because it is not an unreasonable argument. Maybe Joe Biden could put the economy right too, if he can match his socks in the morning.
Bernie Sanders Monday finally endorsed Joe Biden to be president. “I’m asking every Democrat, I’m asking every independent, I’m asking a lot of Republicans to come together in this campaign to support your candidacy, which I endorse,” he said. Sanders said Biden is needed to unseat “the most dangerous president in the modern history of this country.” Well, don’t worry, the socialist dream is hardly
He’s not campaign as much, maybe. And he knows he can’t win. But he is still very much in this, as Kimberly Strassel notes in the Wall Street Journal: Sanders said he nonetheless would . . . “stay on the ballot in all remaining states and continue to gather delegates,” so as to exert “significant influence” over the party. He also declined to promise he’ll
Sure, this is nasty and childish. But it’s also a signal that the campaign will relentlessly target what it sees as Joe Biden’s biggest weakness, that he seems old and is in mental decline.
You knew that was coming. The good news is, they’ll have a debate Sunday night. I want to see how Biden does, and whether he has the mental endurance to go one-on-one with someone. It’s important to know that someone who could be president can do this. I like the slo-mo at the beginning of this. Makes him look frightening. You know, in other ways
The primary is Tuesday, and it’s almost a must-win for Bernie Sanders, but he is trailing Joe Biden badly in two recent polls. Worth remembering, though, that polls showed Sanders well behind Hillary Clinton there right before the 2016 primary, and he pulled out a win anyway on the strength of a surge in younger voters. According to the Washington Examiner: Post-Super Tuesday polling has
In a statement, he did not say specifically that his money is still in, as promised, just that he’d keep fighting to defeat President Trump. He also endorsed Joe Biden. According to the Washington Examiner: Michael Bloomberg dropped out of the Democratic presidential race and endorsed Joe Biden, marking the end of a high-spending, self-funded campaign that rejected conventional campaign tactics. His announcement comes as