Three theories as to why Trump's gone so off the rails lately Clearly, his battle plan isn't working. So what gives? Herewith, a few theories. He's mentally ill. That's what Michael Moore argues in this open letter to Ivanka Trump, begging her to conduct an "intervention" for her father.
You didn't think he'd go quietly, did you? On January 20, 1981, just moments after he was sworn in as our 40th president, Ronald Reagan stood on the Capitol's western front and offered a paean to the "orderly transfer of authority" that, for more than two centuries, has been a hallmark of the American democratic system.
The DNC offered something for just about every American-except the blue-collar whites flocking to Trump If Lena Dunham and America Ferrera didn't do the trick, then maybe the Broadway stars singing "What the World Needs Now Is Love" would. And if that didn't work, then surely Michael Bloomberg would seal the deal.
That the man can still own a crowd-and in doing so, be the weapon Hillary's campaign needs To be Bill Clinton, in the summer of 2016-and on the eve of his 70th birthday-is to be constantly disappointing people.
Photograph byDina Litovsky "Before I even got into the race, one of Murphy's donors and I had lunch together and he told me, 'If you run, they will destroy you.' I asked, 'Who's they?' And he said, 'Harry Reid and the DSCC [Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee].' They're certainly doing their best."
More like Clinton/Bore, are we right?! Tim Kaine isn't the sort of politician who typically gets people's blood pumping. "I am boring," the Virginia Senator has confessed. Or as the Republican dirty trickster and Trump whisperer Roger Stone recently quipped about Kaine: "When he walks into a Richmond restaurant, he orders vanilla ice cream and weak tea."
He's officially the GOP presidential nominee, but he sure didn't sound like it. A few days ago, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus offered a vision of a turning point he figured would come last night in Cleveland.
Cruz needs the hate. He feeds off of it. Bring it to him. Ted Cruz's will-he-or-won't-he speech on Wednesday night to Republicans was the most dramatic and electrifying moment at a political convention since Barack Obama's keynote address to the Democrats twelve years ago.
Tonight we're going to find out if Lyin' Ted will become Abidin' Ted The last time most of us saw Ted Cruz, it was early May-he was just hours away from losing the Indiana primary and dropping out of the presidential race-and the Texas Senator was having a bit of a breakdown.
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