These Prominent Republicans Backed Hillary Clinton Over Donald Trump — And Now They Don’t Know Where To Turn
“Both parties are moving to the extremes, which is bad for the country,” said Christine Todd Whitman, the former New Jersey governor.
National Republicans were counting on Pawlenty to win them back the governor’s office in Minnesota for the first time in eight years and to help lift down-ballot House and Senate candidates this fall.
“If 2018 and 2020 are a referendum on rhetoric, that’s where you run the risk of a blue wave.”
The Donald Trump Super PAC Machine Has Sean Spicer, Kimberly Guilfoyle, And A Vague Plan For The Midterms
Said one critic: “It is a PAC to throw parties, to drink, and to raise a lot of money.”
Troy Balderson has the edge in Ohio's very tight special election. His Democratic opponent isn't conceding. Either way, Republicans are worried about a blue wave.
“You’ve got to run like your hair’s on fucking fire.”
Democrat Danny O’Connor is running on his opposition to Pelosi. But after an awkward TV interview, national Republicans are spending money to question his sincerity.
The Ohio governor and Donald Trump critic faces tough odds. But people are betting on him anyway.
"You can start seeing trends, and you can see where it’s going before it’s going."
“I did not call the president those things,” Adam Putnam said. (Emphasis added.)
Live from civility night in South Carolina.
The fight is now sucking in the children. “Don likes George P. personally, but is not going to go out of his way to help someone whose dad seemingly can’t go a week without publicly bashing Don’s dad.”
By Thursday morning, the tweet had achieved a beastly ratio of more than 22,000 replies to 1,600 retweets.
"Did some cities not bid because they were concerned or didn’t want Republicans? Of course, but there’s always cities like that."
The Ohio governor and Trump critic has authored five guest columns in 11 days.
Republicans are counting on a Pawlenty-topped ticket to turn the Midwest battleground state red in 2018. But things just got messy and awkward.
What do Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, John Boehner, and Marco Rubio have in common?
The president, in a conference call Monday, also continued his public criticism of Sen. John McCain, who has brain cancer.
Jim Bonner might have a good chance of winning a seat on a regulatory board — and a history of posting racist and anti-Semitic things on Facebook.
The resignation comes after months of tumult for the Republican governor that saw him arrested, accused of sexual misconduct, and facing possible impeachment.