Donald Trump, at a 2016 campaign speech in Michigan, became the first Republican presidential candidate in modern times to overtly court black voters.
Tagged: 2016 presidential election
Donald Trump’s victory was, in the only sense that matters when it comes to picking a U.S. president, massive.
The mainstream media has dropped all pretense of objective reporting.
The first question in the third and final presidential debate was a real opportunity for Trump to remind us that the Supreme Court is perhaps the number one reason to choose him over Hillary.
Do the simple math and you come to understand that Hillary. Clinton considers upwards of one of every four Americans, whose president she wishes to be, deplorable.
Who can better deploy the fruits of American enterprise – the federal government or those who actually produce the fruit?
Ms. Whitman, you can afford Hillary Clinton. But there are millions of us who can’t. Your support of Clinton is the very essence of the kind of elitism that spawned Donald Trump in the first place.
Republican leaders have assumed that the middle class vote is firmly in the bag and that listening to some carping and bitching from that quarter is just par for the course. No big deal.
Mitt, but for your ineptitude as a candidate, all of us – including Donald Trump – would be calling you Mr. President today.
The Left is spewing incomplete, taken-out-of-context or just flat fraudulent statistics in an effort to tell us how great things are going under the most far-left presidency in our history.