Donald Trump, with Republican challengers on the ballot, scored more votes in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday than Barack Obama did uncontested in 2012.
It’s a tale of two caucuses. For Donald Trump, it was an easy victory in Iowa. For Democrats, however, it was a humiliating night that they never expected.
A flurry of criticism from Senator Mitt Romney has some speculating that he could mount a primary challenge to President Trump in 2020.
Bill Weld said Donald Trump should consider himself lucky if he doesn’t face the death penalty for asking a foreign entity to probe his political enemies.
President Trump continued his uncanny ability to peg people through nicknames when he mocked his Republican primary challengers as “three stooges.”
In an interview with Politico Friday, Sen. Mitt Romney said that Republican presidential primary challenger Bill Weld is a “terrific […]
Bill Weld, the former Republican governor of Massachusetts, is reportedly looking to make a move toward a primary challenge against President Trump.