“Step right up! Enter the Hillary House of Horrors, you dirty 1 percenters!”
The $400,000 ad campaign by the Make America Number 1 super PAC attempts to use the first lady’s words to hit Hillary Clinton.
Jeremy Currie likes to wear Trump shirts to piss off his Canadian neighbors. His wife can’t stand the Republican nominee — so she made a shirt of her own.
“I think they’re gonna be sorry,” one of the candidate’s supporters warned about what will happen if Paul Ryan and the party establishment don’t get back behind Trump.
Months ago, the party deployed major resources for an important task: delivering early voters for Rob Portman and John McCain.
“If you don’t stop and frisk, you might accidentally overlook somebody, and if you do, it raises all these constitutional rights complaints,” one supporter said at a rally Thursday.
“Trump is not going to win Ohio. There’s no way Trump is going to win Ohio.”
“Frankly, it’s not been a very hard sell, saying, ‘You don’t want to be supporting an anti-gay guy.’”
“For us, Mike Pence is a friend,” said Speaker Paul Ryan.
Republicans should be prepared to try and find ways to work with Hillary Clinton if she wins the presidency, Louisiana Sen. Bill Cassidy said Thursday.
“All we can do is put it together and hope for the best.”
The campaign will begin in earnest trying to mobilize black Republicans toward their cause this weekend in Charlotte. But it’s a long road ahead. “There was this [cringeworthy] moment every black Republican had about the Mexican judge.”
Jeh Johnson said the Obama administration is considering ways to further protect the system from a cyber attack.
The convention looks more Bernie Sanders than Bill Clinton. What’s a moderate to do?
“Every single artist has something to say about what’s going on right now,” the Public Enemy frontman said in Cleveland as the Republican National Convention kicked off.
“In the United States the people want their country back.”
The old/new normal on the Hill.
When we ask in person, the answer is usually something like: I don’t know.