The friendly reception Ted Cruz got in Wisconsin – where he was boosted by the state’s governor and its influential conservative talk show hosts – must seem like ages ago as the Texas senator faces a very different scene in New York. Cruz ran into a decidedly more hostile reception as soon as he started
New York Post Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani said he’s voting for fellow New Yorker Donald Trump for president in the April 19 Republican primary. “I support Trump. I’m gonna vote for Trump,” Giuliani told The Post Thursday. Giuliani said he expects Trump will get more than 50 percent of the statewide vote and amass a
Craig Shirley, Polizette On second thought, let’s not call the whole thing off, but let’s at least be clear what we are talking about. Is it a brokered convention, an open convention or a contested Republican convention looming at the Mistake by the Lake? A lot of the cleavage commentators and empty suits who go
When the polls favor Donald Trump, he and his media surrogates never hesitate to highlight them. When they cut against their preferred narrative, they suddenly become “manipulated.” In this, the Trump campaign sounds like … well, pretty much every presidential campaign, and not just in this cycle. Remember Marco Rubio’s insistence that the polling in
C. Edmund Wright, Breitbart Screw up. Reince. Repeat. Such is standard operating procedure at the RNC with its attempts to try to organize affairs beyond its control – such as the messy unwieldy proposition of a Presidential nominating process. The fumbling bumbling incompetent and witheringly tone deaf Reince Priebus just can’t get out of his
Sen. Ted Cruz is increasingly winning over voters to his presidential bid. He’s still not winning over fellow Republican senators. The Texas Republican is notorious for alienating his colleagues with tactics including pushing a fruitless government shutdown in 2013 and accusing the Senate majority leader of lying. They’re now paying it back by refusing to
A Monmouth University survey released Wednesday shows Trump taking 52 percent support, followed by Kasich at 25 percent. has 17 percent. The April 19 primary in New York will go a long way toward determining whether Trump can reach the 1,237 delegates he needs to win the GOP nomination outright and avoid a contested convention.
Edward Luce, Ted Cruz and his growing legion of newfound Republican allies hailed a “turning point” in the battle to stop Donald Trump on Tuesday night. The former’s double-digit victory in Wisconsin injected renewed hope that Mr Trump can be denied the party’s nomination. Yet under the circumstances Mr Trump’s tally was astonishingly robust.