Donald Trump wasn’t sure just how YUUGE a flip flop he wants to do on immigration. Or he wasn't sure just how much he wanted to admit he's planning a YUUGE flip flop. So he polled Fox News’ Hannity show audience to help him figure it out. Seriously.
Former Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio defended his decision to support Donald Trump after a contentious primary campaign by insisting that the presumptive nominee was not a white nationalist, but admitted that racists had been emboldened by the White House bid.
Self-deprecating Millennial, Alexis Bloomer panders to the Fox 'News' demographic, and it works like a charm.
Fox News' most beloved law enforcement officer, Sheriff David Clarke, asserted on Wednesday that Hillary Clinton's comment to a black radio show about her love of hot sauce was as racist as telling them that her favorite fruit was "watermelon."
I've seen many politicians change some positions while campaigning for a higher office, but I'm not sure if I've ever seen a man change his entire position on one issue like Governor Chris Christie has.
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina argued on Sunday that GOP voters should select her over Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) because he would say "whatever" to get elected.
"Can't a girl ever have a little bit of fun?"
CNN, State of the Union, Jan. 3, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2016/01/fiorina-calls-pandering-tweet-tongue-cheek
Carly Fiorina embarrasses herself by rooting for Iowa against her own alma mater in the Rose Bowl to pander for votes.
Today, The Washington Post's Dan Balz writes about Jeb Bush and the other Establishment candidates seeking the Republican presidential nomination. Balz spots the reason Jeb is highly unlikely to win the nominating contest.
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