Traditional poll watchers play an important role on Election Day. What Donald Trump seems to have in mind, however, can quickly turn into a serious problem.
Citing revelations from WhoWhatWhy’s reporting, two watchdog groups ask DOJ to investigate the Trump campaign for violating the law by continuing to ask foreigners for money.
People from across the country descended on Cleveland to protest and “Stop Trump.” But they still don’t want to vote for his opponent.
WhoWhatWhy has caught Donald Trump looking for donations from foreign nationals — even though he knows it’s against the law.
Donald Trump talks a lot about winning but he runs a campaign that almost seems intended to fail — and wreak havoc on the GOP in the process. Could he be helping an unpopular Hillary Clinton more if he tried?
In honor of JFK’s 99th birthday and Donald Trump clinching the Republican nomination, we envisioned what a debate between the two might look like.
Why does Ted Cruz ask Sanders for so much money? What is most obscene about the George Clooney fundraiser for Hillary Clinton? How much would the “Trumpification” of the White House cost?
The New York City Board of Elections has confused voters with a misleading mailer — and it could end up hurting the populist candidates. Was this an accident? Either way, the authorities show little concern about fixing it.
We all know that Donald Trump will say anything. But when it comes to his biggest bluff of all, on religion, he really takes the cake.
Donald Trump not only inherited millions from his father — he learned that getting sued was just part of doing business.
Donald Trump likes to portray himself as a winner. But in this never-before-aired documentary, we see a much more flawed and tragic figure, whose failures and operating practices warrant close scrutiny.
Relax, America. Donald Trump is not an alien from outer space. He is one of us. American tradition has a place for him just as it does for Thanksgiving turkey, baseball and the genocide of the natives.
Donald Trump’s success in early primary polls comes from the same focus on personal branding that has built his business empire. By putting his brand front and center, Trump risks damaging it — and his empire.
Donald Trump is the leading Republican candidate, largely because of his tough talk over Mexican immigration. There’s just one problem: a new report shows he’s way off base. But almost no one is covering it.
Talking about Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is about as useful as discussing Lincoln Chafee’s or George Pataki’s ambitions for the White House — except those two actually held elected office at one point. Yet, if you’re a ‘name’ in America, you can be a politician. Ok, ok, it’s a bit rich (pun intended) to request that Read More
The real role played by Donald Trump and those who occupy that special “entertainment” space in our political process is far more important—and sinister—than we seem to recognize. By their very participation in the campaign, they keep us from seeing that even the “legitimate” candidates are deeply problematical.
Did Obama say “let’s roll” for household energy efficiency? Take a spin on this….