George Pataki

It is now official. Seventeen candidates ran for the Republican presidential nomination, and the sixteenth of these just suspended his campaign. This leaves Donald Trump as the last man standing.
Telemundo's Arraras may pursue the immigration issue which, on net balance, likely would help Trump. There will be the usual
"I have no doubt that Marco Rubio is ready today to lead this country, to serve and lead as our president, and to bring us together."
Everyone else's chances for victory almost require Trump's support in the polls to suffer serious damage. If nobody else manages to break into the front rank, then Trump is the best-positioned candidate to win the nomination -- hands down.
The former governor of New York never made it to the main stage during any of the GOP presidential debates.
It's been a month since I last took a look at the Republican presidential horserace, and there have been a number of dramatic developments in the meantime. So it's time once again to cast an eye over the Republican field.
Jason Linkins and Lauren Weber talk about Marco Rubio’s take on the no-fly list.
Jason Linkins and Lauren Weber discuss Hillary Clinton’s poorly timed Op-Ed.