“I can’t wait to see, in Iowa or New Hampshire, some Tea Party type calling him a liberal and Christie reaching down the guy’s throat and pulling his lungs out. I can’t wait to see that. I’ll pay money to see that.”
Gov. Chris Christie chose to end his fight against marriage equality Monday, turning his back on the Republican Party’s politics on the issue since the fight began. All eyes on the electoral map of 2016.
And you thought it was hard waiting for Game of Thrones to come back on…
The design by architecture firm AECOM was made to reflect the mountains and valleys of Brazil’s coastline on the site located in the Rio’s Barra da Tijuca district.
The former Secretary of State, who once pushed to aid and arm the Syrian rebels, has yet to weigh in on Obama’s plan for military intervention. A “lasting regret.”
Can you tell me how to get, how to get, to Pennsylvania Avenue?
The Maryland governor is openly making preparations for a White House run. “I think we’re on course to have a body of work that lays the framework of a candidacy for 2016,” says O’Malley.
Tina Brown, the editor of Newsweek and The Daily Beast recently endorsed a Clinton-Hickenlooper ticket. “It’s not gonna happen,” the Colorado governor says.
The Republican governor of Wisconsin hints at a possible presidential run in 2016.
Conservative senator laments the fact that interest groups are “meeting in secret with a small group of senators” to craft bill.
The 2016 presidential contender warns that Latino exodus from GOP “says more about Republicans than it does Hispanics.”
Conservatives jump to their feet when he jokes about a run in 2016.
The Maryland governor stars at a D.C. gathering — but the chatter is elsewhere. “I can’t really control what decisions other people make.”
On Morning Joe, New York magazine’s John Heilemann argues that the current direction of the Republican party provides a Hispanic conservative with a national platform, like Texas Senator Ted Cruz, with a huge advantage in the 2016 race.
Virginia governor, and potential presidential hopeful, Bob McDonnell told a conservative audience at the National Review Institute that Republicans need to be better at community organizing.
2016’s intellectual Rick Perry tries to mark his territory.
“He is the Republican Cory Booker, of sorts.”
Beau Biden says his dad is solely focused on being a good vice president — at least for now.
The Florida senator says his faith informs him as a policymaker, but “not as a way to pass judgment on people.” Can the Republican Party square the circle?
Time’s latest edition features a gallery of glossy portraits of politicians who are destined to be very “influential” in the next four years. Oh, hello, Condi Rice and Rahm Emanuel!
More than $1 million this cycle. Refighting old battles over women’s rights “is not only frustrating, it’s demeaning,” she says.
The typically careful governor of New York gives a rare partisan address to delegates. Now everyone thinks he’s running for president.
Former Pennsylvania Governor and Clinton confidant says she’ll run in 2016.
Hillary’s not the only contender. Kaufman says he’ll push the Veep on it next year.
The former speaker hops on board the Clinton train. “Hasn’t she been a magnificent Secretary of State?”
In an exclusive interview with BuzzFeed Shift, New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand says she will be “one of the first to ask Hillary to run in 2016.” Gillibrand is a close Clinton supporter, and her words add weight to speculation about Clinton’s plans.
Former Newt endorser won’t say who she voted for in Alaska. Won’t rule out getting in the race if there is a brokered convention.
A spokesman says: “I would not rule that out.”