Kathryn Blackhurst, Surveys show race tightening again, despite media rush to call the contest. Donald Trump received some good news Wednesday when a smattering of polls showed a much tighter contest with Hillary Clinton in several swing states than the media’s coverage would let on. A Bloomberg Politics poll released Wednesday showed the GOP nominee leading
Donald Trump told a crowd of supporters in Florida Monday that he is in the lead in the race for the White House, despite being behind in the majority of national polls. “Some great polls have just come out. I believe we’re actually winning,” Trump said, slamming the mainstream media. The GOP presidential candidate went
Neil Munro, Breitbart Hillary Clinton has strongly backed the unpopular H-1B outsourcing program since at least 2005, even as it has gradually sent 100,000 foreign professionals into Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania to compete for jobs against white-collar American professionals and young college graduates. That could be a 2016 problem for Clinton because it is a direct economic
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.
Guy Benson The White House and its allies are hoping that just enough moronic demagoguery over the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision will suffice to entice the Democratic base into turning out in the fall and mitigating Republican gains. Democrats have pounded the “war on women” theme — which served them well in 2012 —