I’ve known Donald Trump for 35 years and I think people make a mistake when they call him the second coming of Mussolini.
Trump Rejects Advice to Become More Presidential BY EDWARD KLEIN/ March 8, 2016 Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney attacks Donald Trump. A fierce debate has broken out among Donald Trump’s family, friends and campaign advisers over how to respond to the Republican establishment’s last-ditch effort to deny him the presidential nomination. Trump’s [...]
Trump vs. Clinton: The Dirtiest Campaign in History? BY EDWARD KLEIN/ March 1, 2016 The Trumps and Clintons in happier days. After Super Tuesday, many people think Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will have cinched their parties’ nominations—and that we are in for the down-and-dirtiest presidential campaign in American history. Well, [...]
While watching coverage of the presidential campaign, I’ve noticed something strange—many of the TV talking heads take pride in the fact that they know Donald Trump personally.
With only 338 days left to go in his presidency, Barack Obama has been offered an opportunity that most presidents can only dream of.
A few days before the New Hampshire primary, I attended a concert at Madison Square Garden by the immensely popular Latin singer Marc Anthony—and I came away with a valuable political lesson.
Hillary Clinton is Feeling the Bern—but the real heat isn’t coming from Bernie Sanders, who fought her to a humiliating dead heat in the Iowa caucuses.
Last week, David Brock—the pasty-faced vulgarian who operates as Hillary Clinton’s political hatchet man—hit a new low.
Hillary Clinton’s boy wonder campaign manager Robby Mook has a problem. In fact, he has half a dozen problems.
You don’t have to be a conservative to inquire into the state of Hillary’s health. Everyone—incuding liberals and independents—should be interested in uncovering the truth.
Along with Bill Clinton and Sidney Blumenthal, I popped up in a batch of 5,500 Hillary Clinton emails that were dumped by the State Department on New Year’s Eve.
Chicago is ground zero of America’s racially charged politics, and Emanuel’s problems with his black constituents are causing a lot of agita among his friends in the Democratic Party, who depend on the African American vote.