The presidential candidate delivers a message to the Democratic National Convention.
Posts Tagged: U.S Presidential Election 2016
Lord Ashcroft’s Republican Convention Diary. Day Four: “This is not the weirdest election in history, just in our lifetimes.”
Trump and Clinton are the most unpopular candidates of modern times.
He instead urges Republicans to vote with their consciences for “candidates up and town the ticket who you trust to defend our freedom”.
Lord Ashcroft’s Republican Convention Diary. Day Three: The experts reflect on why they were wrong about Trump’s chances
“If Donald Trump had farted on air, [the media] would have covered it live, with a panel beforehand to discuss which way the wind was blowing.”
Nicholas Rogers: The Americans should vote for Governor Gary Johnson – the Libertarian Party candidate for President
Neither Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump have credibility.
What happens if she is charged with destroying classified government information – and could consequently be sent to jail?
Iain Dale: TTIP. Why should unelected transnational corporations dictate the policies of democratically-elected governments?
Plus: Why Michael and Sarah Gove’s pillow talk should be taped. And why I have under-estimated Donald Trump.
If he wins, Congress and the Supreme Court will rein him in.
Time after time, the general population has proved to be wiser than the elites. Until now.
Rebecca Coulson: What makes undecided voters decide – and are they really undecided in the first place?
I’m one of 20 per cent who have not made their mind up about how to vote in the EU referendum.
“If my hands are small, something else must be small. I guarantee there’s no problem.”
Plus: Gummer gets it wrong, Barwell gets it right, Heywood gets oily, the Republicans get extreme…and why Boris may get Transport.
May’s flirtation with populist demands to ban the Republican frontrunner is out of kilter with her record of considered decision-making.
“I watched a President last night who didn’t know what he was doing. He didn’t know why he was there.”
Ten challengers are still standing in the race to win back the White House.