Trump can win this thing. First the Republican nomination, and then the presidency. Here’s how it happens. The nomination is actually the easy bit: The prediction markets already have him at a 50% chance of winning the Republican nomination, far ahead of anybody else, and [continue reading].
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Donald Trump may be in for some competition for social media attention. For the first time in weeks, Bernie Sanders had the most popular tweet of the week and had six of the 10 most popular tweets of the week. But despite Sanders’ Twitter success, Trump stayed Trump on social [continue reading].
On Monday, real estate mogul turned presidential candidate, Donald Trump set people’s heads spinning when he proposed to ban all Muslims, (including tourists) from entering the United States, “until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going [continue reading].
Body language is a critical part of how candidates are perceived by voters, and many candidates invest hours honing how they come across to millions watching on television So ABC News went to three body language experts for their opinions on how each candidate was portraying [continue reading].
So-called “free market” or “unregulated capitalism” is really nothing more than the cancer-stage of capitalism. And that uninhibited cancerous growth has spread, so that now even our political system is infected with the cancer of corporatism. Donald Trump’s [continue reading].
Three in four Latinos say they have a negative view of Donald Trump, and more than half believe that his comments about Mexican immigrants were racist and inappropriate. (NBC News/ Wall Street Journal/ Telemundo poll) Donald Trump proudly announced, “I will win the Latino [continue reading].
How can you not feel a little bit sorry for Rick Perry? Arguably the most successful governor—certainly the longest serving—of a major state crucial to whatever presidential electoral prospects the GOP has left, and he’s relegated to the losers’ round of the 2016 [continue reading].
Jeb Bush, the man who would be front-runner, was as surprised as anybody when Donald Trump jumped into the 2016 presidential race in June. His instinctive first reaction was to hold his tongue, and his advisers agreed the best option was to keep his distance from an interloper [continue reading].
Companies owned by real estate mogul Donald Trump, who predicted in his presidential announcement speech that he’ll “be the greatest jobs President that God ever created,” have reportedly sought to secure visas for more than 1,100 foreign workers since 2000. [continue reading].
Donald Trump is staking his run for U.S. president in part on a vow to protect American jobs. But this month, one of his companies, the elite Mar-a-Lago Club resort in Florida, applied to import 70 foreign workers to serve as cooks, wait staff and cleaners. A Reuters analysis of [continue reading].
Donald Trump’s McCain insult shows ignorance of anti-air hell faced by pilots in Vietnam Aviators showed extreme courage in face of Soviet-supplied North Vietnamese defenses that created ‘most sophisticated and intense anti-air environment ever’ The contretemps over [continue reading].
Richards said he had neither pledged his support to Trump in the primary – as Trump’s campaign had claimed – nor would he be “advocating” for the presidential hopeful. Veterans for Trump’ group formed after comments on John McCain. Spokeswoman cites ‘written [continue reading].