The good news for the Trump campaign: Ted Cruz was off stage when the broadcast networks began their coverage. But that’s little comfort because Cruz became the story.
Could Donald Trump pull off off an upset by winning the White House in November? If history, polling data and demographics are any guide, the answer is no.
Donald Trump is creating a new Republican Party, one that is deeply pessimistic about America’s prospects at home and abroad. GOP primary voters love him for it.
Two weeks ago Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz seemed to have all the momentum in the presidential race. But on Tuesday night the New York primary changed the narrative again.
GOP presidential candidates, most notably Donald Trump, are endorsing torture. What they advocate is illegal, immoral, unconstitutional and impeachable.
The Iowa caucuses were a victory for pundits. But many will continue to mislead about what’s really going on this election – or be oblivious to its realities.