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In place of a routine political endorsement, we give Trump the Ultimate Tribute—his own Opera

Daniel Henninger, Political endorsements are a dime a dozen. Instead, we will give Donald J. Trump the grandest tribute to his unique presidential campaign—the world premiere of “Trump the Opera.” Cast Trump: Donald Trump Crooked Hillary: Hillary Clinton Lyin’ Ted: Ted Cruz Little Marco: Marco Rubio Low Energy Jeb: Jeb Bush The Director: James Comey

Judge Jeanine to Trump: ‘Be Yourself’ at Debate, ‘Your Opponent Can’t Handle Truth’

In her Opening Statement last night, Judge Jeanine Pirro gave both presidential candidates advice on how to prepare for their first debate face-off, which will be held Monday night in Hempstead, New York. “Donald, it’s real simple.  You’re new at this.  If you are yourself, you will obliterate her like you did those 16 others

Ted Cruz to vote for Trump, whom he once called ‘utterly amoral’

Ted Cruz announced Friday he will vote for Donald Trump, a dramatic about-face that may help unite a deeply divided Republican Party months after the fiery Texas conservative called Trump a “pathological liar” and “utterly amoral.” Cruz said he was simply following through on a promise to support his party’s presidential nominee, even though the

Trump’s ‘Crooked Hillary’ label may stick

Doyle McManus, Donald Trump dispatched his Republican rivals by branding each one with an insulting but memorable nickname: “Lyin’ Ted” Cruz, “Little Marco” Rubio. As the general election campaign nears, Trump has settled on a label for the likely Democratic nominee: “Crooked Hillary.” “It works,” he boasted to the New York Times. “It flows.” The

Cruz returns to Washington, warns of ‘volcanic anger’

Former Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz returned to his job in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday with a warning to Washington that the turbulent primary race was a wake-up call. “All across this country people are hungry for change. This election cycle should be a wake-up call to Washington, D.C.,” the senator from Texas said

Trump could actually pull this off

 Matthew Tully, 10 reasons why Clinton and #NeverTrump contingent have a real fight on their hands. After a week of watching the Donald Trump Political Circus in Indiana, it seems clear that he has two things going for him above all else as we head toward November. First, there is the undeniable connection he has established with

Giving Trump His Due

Rich Lowry, Every Trump critic had “Oh, hell” moments during the primary season. They were when Donald Trump demonstrated a keen, gut-level political instinct that even an exceptionally talented conventional politician would be hard-pressed to match. An example: During a Republican debate in Florida in February, Trump was asked about former Mexican President Vicente Fox’s

Trump pivots to general election fight as last rivals Cruz and Kasich bow out

Donald Trump pivoted Wednesday to an expected general election brawl with Hillary Clinton, as he watched the political bramble in his path to the Republican nomination clear away entirely – with John Kasich set to join Ted Cruz in suspending his campaign. Fox News has learned the Ohio governor plans to exit the race Wednesday

Trump clinches, Cruz bails and the media face a new Republican reality

Donald Trump, mocked and minimized by the media for months, dismissed by the pundits as a fringe character, is now the de facto Republican nominee. While I took him seriously from the beginning, I have to pause and remind myself that a non-politician, a billionaire real estate guy, just beat all these senators and governors

Trump soars, Cruz sinks: Did Indiana just end the GOP race?

Howard Kurtz, In the end, Indiana was an anticlimax. Donald Trump’s victory in a state that the prognosticators once said was fertile ground for Ted Cruz was forecast by media polling, but the loss of drama was more profound than that. The Hoosier state, famous for what Cruz called its basketball rings, was no longer

Losing ground, Republican Cruz ‘pathological liar’

On a day when his U.S. presidential bid could suffer a mortal blow, Ted Cruz became embroiled in a name-calling contest on Tuesday with Republican front-runner Donald Trump whom he described as “a pathological liar” in one of the most bitter exchanges in the White House campaign. Cruz, Trump’s main rival, has been counting on