WASHINGTON – When Vice President Joe Biden announced on Wednesday that he would not seek the White House in 2016, he made what appeared to be a thinly veiled criticism of Hillary Clinton, chiding Democrats who view the opposing party as the “enemy.”
Tales from the Trail
Comedian Larry David’s “Saturday Night Live” impersonation of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has drawn raves and gone viral, but its biggest fan may be Bernie Sanders himself.
Little seemed to have changed over the weekend before Monday brought with it a batch of reports declaring Joe Biden would almost definitely make an announcement about the 2016 presidential race. The good people of the internet were, of course, happy to spend the day fanning the flames of cable news speculation with various guesses and observations about the possible Biden bid.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal was outraged by Hillary Clinton’s latest gun proposal and he wants his supporters to be angry, too.
Democrat Hillary Clinton on Friday hammered at the need for gun control at a campaign stop in Keene, New Hampshire, not far from the home state of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, her main rival for the party nomination to the November 2016 presidential election.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush downplayed suggestions his campaign was stalling on Friday after a lackluster fundraising quarter and headlines still dominated by flamboyant rival Donald Trump.
By Megan Casella At stop after stop on the campaign trail, voters have grown used to seeing real-estate mogul Donald Trump appear wearing the same signature item: his baseball cap. “Make America Great Again,” it reads, a slogan and a clothing item Trump wants voters to remember. And he’s been spending heavily to make sure they do.
Third quarter FEC filings are in, and in a crowded field of big spending White House hopefuls, two campaigns burned through markedly more cash than any of their other competitors.
Vice President Joe Biden was noticeably absent from last night’s first Democratic debate stage, but his once looming presence may have been shadowed after a strong debate showing by would-be rivals Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.