The chair of President-elect Trump’s inauguration committee told reporters that they were forgoing a “coronation” in favor a more workmanlike but refined approach.
Trump will enter office after he pulled the country into one of the darkest and most fraught elections in decades.
“This election is critical for the direction of this country.”
Vladimir Putin is “small” and “bullying,” the Republican vice presidential nominee said. His running mate disagrees!
This is factually incorrect.
The president led off his remarks — which became an impassioned appeal for voting — by mocking the importance of birtherism for Donald Trump.
Clinton characterized half of Trump supporters as people to “empathize with.” She characterized the other half as “the racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic — you name it.”
The bureau made 58 pages, some of which are heavily redacted, publicly available on Friday.
A week-long lesson in trolling and pain.
The conservatism of Goldwater, Reagan, and Buckley and its romantic notions of limited government dominated Republican politics for half a century. The rise of Trump marks a seismic shift for those of us for whom this wasn’t just a philosophy — it was an identity.
“House Republicans are helping shape that Republican vision by offering a bold policy agenda, by offering a better way ahead. Donald Trump can help us make it a reality.”
If there’s one thing we know after this year, it’s that nobody knows a damn thing.
The governor complained about the confetti showing in New Hampshire, according to a campaign staffer.
(He was making a contrast between Clinton and Sanders.)