It’s Day One of the presidency that will Make America Great Again or the first day of the presidency of the most unqualified political charlatan in history, depending on whom you talk to.
What is President Obama up to?
The media created a false narrative about the 2016 presidential campaign, and most polling reinforced it.
The ultimate outsider is challenging the ultimate insider, and it’s driving the pollsters crazy.
Discipline was the word for last night’s second presidential debate.
Hyper-competent bureaucrat vs. changemaker – that’s the choice Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump laid out for Americans at their first debate.
Clinton, looking rested and, as she said, “prepared to be president,” showed her facility with details as she cited new plans to tax the wealthy, invest in the middle class and create a special prosecutor to deal with violations by our partners in international trade deals. She noted her travels and negotiating success as secretary of State to demonstrate her seriousness of purpose. At the same time, she made it clear that she would continue the Obama administration initiatives that have the economy on the grow and terrorism on the run.
It’s hard to remember a time when the debates were so critical to the outcome of a presidential election.
Call it the unconventional convention.
Events in recent weeks suggest that Donald Trump is already running a third-party candidacy.
Right now Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are going nowhere.
Rasmussen Reports’ regular polling shows them both hovering around 40% support where they’ve been for weeks. Throw the most prominent third-party candidate in the mix, Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson, and they both drop only slightly.