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S.V. Dáte

Oversight

Trump Sticks With Tweets and Insults

As Clinton goes on the attack, his freestyle campaign lacks money, staff, and a consistent message

Oversight

The Republican Party Can Stop Trump But Only By Thwarting Its Voters

After his smashing victory in New York, he will finish the primaries well ahead of Cruz and in hailing range of the 1,237 delegates needed for the nomination.

Management

Trump Spends More On Jet Fuel Than On Staff

Frugal except about personal comforts, he burns through some $3 million on his Boeing 757 so he can sleep at home in Manhattan or Florida.

Oversight

Will Trump Destroy the Party of Reagan?

The rogue candidate threatens the coalition of social, economic, and foreign policy conservatives.

Oversight

Clinton’s Coronation Becomes a Grind

She and Sanders will battle through March, costing her money and precious staff time.

Oversight

Clinton Got Obama's Iowa Tactics, Not His Voters

Sanders' strong showing with young voters highlights the challenge Clinton faces if she wants to replicate the Obama coalition.

Management

Trump Pulls Out of Thursday Debate After Argument With Fox

Just days before the Iowa caucus, he announces boycott over “wise-guy” press release.

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Oversight

Donald Trump Could Ride Momentum to the Republican Nomination

If he wins Iowa, then an establishment candidate will face an uphill struggle to stop him.

Management

Donald Trump on Building a Wall, His Boring Foes and His Lead

The GOP front-runner brings his road show to Northern Virginia.

Management

The Many Gaffes and Misstatements of Donald Trump

From the size of his airplane to the source of his campaign money, the GOP frontrunner continues making factually untrue claims

Oversight

Forget the 2016 Polls: Nobody Knows Anything Yet

The campaigns and the political media are fixated on the presidential race—but actual voters aren’t.

Management

Bush’s Campaign Trails Three Republican Rivals in 2016 Money Race

His super PAC remains supreme, but his campaign has less cash on hand than Cruz, Rubio, or Carson.

Management

Donald Trump’s Donors, Not His Own Money, Fueled His Magic Summer

The candidate spent just $100,000 of his own money for his summer campaign.

Management

Bush: One's Religion Not an Appropriate Criterion in Race

The Floridian further wades into the Muslim controversy generated by fellow Donald Trump and Ben Carson.

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Management

The Trump Doctrine: Talk Loudly and Stand On or Near a Big Ship

The 2016 Republican presidential candidate was long on promises, but light on specifics, as he called for a stronger military and better veterans care.

Oversight

Are We Nearing the End of Trump?

If history is any guide, he's not going anywhere.

Management

Bernie Sanders Is the Best Challenger Hillary Clinton Could've Hoped For

The Vermont senator could make the Democratic front-runner a better candidate in the short-term, and as the race goes on, Clinton’s campaign is confident it’ll be able to bring Sanders’ supporters into the fold.

Management

Bush Lays Out Post-Obamacare Plan for the GOP

Many of the features of the Affordable Care Act come from a plan drafted by the conservative Heritage Foundation.

Management

Hillary Clinton Officially Launched Her Campaign Saturday

The Democratic presidential candidate gave her first big campaign speech in New York City on Saturday.

Defense

Obama’s Red Line on Iraq: No Ground Troops

The White House looks to run out the clock without a certain level of military engagement.