Republican primary

It's Official: Trump Has Enough Delegates To Win The Republican Nomination

It's Official: Trump Has Enough Delegates To Win The Republican Nomination

The presumptive Republican presidential candidates is now the official Republican presidential candidate.

 

Moments ago, AP calculated that Donald Trump on Thursday reached the number of delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination for president, completing an unlikely rise that has upended the political landscape and sets the stage for a bitter fall campaign.

Kristol and the Anti-Trump Protest Campaign

Bill Kristol unwittingly confirms that there will be no anti-Trump protest candidate:

It’s unclear whether a credible independent candidate will choose to step forward. But there are many more such candidates than are dreamt of by conventional commentators and operatives. Recent attempts to write obituaries for the Never Trump/Never Clinton effort are wildly premature [bold mine-DL]. Something new and different can be difficult to imagine for the old and tired. And our political class and pundit elites are nothing if not old and tired.

The Clinton Campaign Has No Idea How To Attack Donald Trump

The Clinton Campaign Has No Idea How To Attack Donald Trump

As the Clinton campaign turns its attention to Donald Trump (or tries to at least), it is encountering one of the many things that makes running against 'The Teflon Don' difficult: With everything he has said and done, how is it possible to focus on only a few key things to attack him on.

"Our problem is a target-rich environment" said one Clinton ally, noting that nearly every day there is a news cycle with damaging headlines about Trump.

Trump Leads Clinton Nationally For First Time In Latest Poll

Trump Leads Clinton Nationally For First Time In Latest Poll

Having recently tied her in a Rasmussen poll, Donald Trump is leading Hillary Clinton for the first time in a national poll, according to FOX News.

The FOX News poll shows the trend quite clearly with Hillary'snumbers falling consistently and Trump's rising given him a 3pt lead - his first national lead of the campaign.

 

The breakdown exposes just how divided America is during this election cycle...

Will Ben Sasse Challenge Trump?

Ben Sasse is the man of the hour. On this first-term Republican senator from Nebraska lie the hopes of conservatives opposed to presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump.

Conservative columnists beg him to run for president. Erick Erickson, arguably the right’s best-known blogger, calls him a hero and “the voice of intellectual conservatives in the United States.”

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