Two of the Republican Party’s most controversial figures have struck up an unlikely alliance as they both vie for the 2016 Republican Party nomination.
Tales from the Trail
from The Great Debate:
Almost everywhere that Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont campaigns in his quest for the Democratic nomination for president, crowds overflow to standing room and in some cases out the doors.
Chris Christie wants an apology from the “liberal media” that convicted him of “heinous acts” in their coverage of the George Washington Bridge scandal, also known as “Bridgegate.”
There’s a beehive of 2016 campaign activity going on this week at Walker’s Point, the seaside compound in Maine that is the summer home for former President George H.W. Bush and where his son, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush, is staying this week.
Another week, another candidate. This time it’s New Jersey governor Chris Christie, Republican Candidate #16. Thanks to Bridgegate, he’s no longer a frontrunner — even his own constituents want him to resign as governor — but this Vox piece can tell you where he stands on issues from same-sex marriage to Social Security.