Trump's attacks on the media are "over the top" and "not helpful to our country," says the longtime Republican strategist.
Information on 198 million American voters was freely available -- if you knew where to look.
"Next time, the stakes could be much higher," the Republican strategist wrote.
Did you ever read an op-ed piece that made you so angry, you wanted to rip it up and flush it down the toilet? I did, yesterday
The term "truth," which once indicated a claim supported by incontestable facts, has, because of Trump, been re-defined.
Something was clearly amiss in the minds of any who could watch what he was doing and conclude that Trump would use whatever
In the seven races in which One Nation was active early in the cycle, four of the candidates it supported won. And even where
Much has been made of the fact that Hillary Clinton's personal computer contained classified email. This sounds bad to anyone who is unaccustomed to dealing with classified information, but not so much to those of us with security clearances
No, it wasn't like this before the court started deregulating campaign finance.
Outside groups -- including politically active nonprofits like the Koch brothers' Americans for Prosperity -- have spent more money trying to influence the 2016 Ohio Senate race between Republican Sen. Rob Portman and his challenger, Democrat Ted Strickland, than any other congressional contest: $15.5 million so far.
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