Bernie Sanders: "Likely" I Would Have Beat Trump If I Were Nominee - RealClearPolitics
Bernie Sanders: "Likely" I Would Have Beat Trump If I Were Nominee. |. Posted By Ian Schwartz On Date April 25, 2017. On this Sunday's broadcast of The Circus on SHOWTIME, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) told correspondent John Heilemann it's "likely" he
now reading: 100 Days: Trump's Rocky Start Fires Up Dazed Dems - RealClearPolitics
“The resistance has fundamentally altered American politics,” said Anna Galland, executive director for “This is the biggest grassroots movement, at least in my lifetime, and it has transformed the way elected officials are acting. It's a
Former Bernie Sanders operative to run for Congress in Iowa - The Guardian
Obama won the district twice before Donald Trump edged out Hillary Clinton in 2016. D'Alessandro will seek to challenge Republican David Young in 2018. A two-term incumbent, Young was a longtime Republican aide on Capitol Hill before being elected to ...and more »
5 of the juiciest Clinton campaign revelations from Shattered - (blog)
And now that we're months removed from Donald Trump's electoral upset over Hillary Clinton, Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes' Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton's Doomed Campaign is the first major campaign postmortem across the finish line. ... Its focus
Why Trump Won Wisconsin - American Spectator
Woody Allen once said: “Eighty percent of success is showing up.” Hillary Clinton did not visit Wisconsin, after she lost the April 5 primary to Bernie Sanders. Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, Robby Mook, admitted that they should have paid more
What if America did presidential elections like France? -
Now that most of the excitement in France is over, my attentions have drifted back to my homeland, and I've found myself wondering what American elections would look like if we used the French two-round system, which encourages a far greater diversity
Bernie Sanders, pressed on Jon Ossoff, says it's 'imperative' that Dems win Georgia seat - Jewish Telegraphic Agency
“It is imperative that Jon Ossoff be elected congressman from Georgia's 6th District and that Democrats take back the U.S. House. I applaud ... Sanders, who last year ran an insurgent primary campaign for the Democratic nomination before losing to ...and more »
'The game is rigged': Elizabeth Warren says political parties are changing in the US - Business Insider
That's according to Elizabeth Warren, the Democratic senator from Massachusetts who has been an unabashed critic of President Donald Trump. Warren said in an interview on CNN on Monday night that ... The senator, who endorsed Hillary Clinton in the ...and more »
Bernie Sanders Says Trump Voters Not 'Deplorables,' Hillary Clinton Democrats to Blame for Election Loss - Newsweek
Donald Trump supporters are not racist “deplorables” and Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party are to blame for November's shock election defeat: So said Clinton's defeated primary challenger Sen. Bernie Sanders ... Let us understand what's going on.”
The Next President - Townhall
They do pick him over all other politicians, but the favorite is "other." I know this because I follow ... flipped from Clinton to Trump. An hour later, bettors had Trump at 90 percent, but CNN's Wolf Blitzer was still saying, "Hilary Clinton is now ...and more »