It was that first step gingerly taken that could have been too much for one executive producer. As the final presidential debate concluded, Hillary Clinton shook moderator Chris Wallace’s hand and made her way from the stage to the auditorium floor in Las Vegas. Just as she began to descend
This intensely antagonistic election has shattered another quaint campaign ritual: the handshakes between opposing candidates’ family members before a debate. At previous debates, former President Bill Clinton has shaken the hand of Melania Trump — and sometimes the hands of the children of Donald J. Trump — as part of
Donald Trump is bringing President Barack Obama’s Kenyan-born half-brother, Malik, to Wednesday’s third and final presidential debate, a campaign aide confirmed to CNN. Hillary Clinton will be joined at Wednesday’s debate by two well-known billionaires who are backing her campaign, in what may be an attempt to rattle Republican nominee
Emails obtained by Citizens United through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request and released on Tuesday suggest that walking around a stage may have been a challenging burden for Hillary Clinton as early as 2009. In a 2009 email exchange between top Clinton aide Huma Abedin and Clinton Global
Hillary Clinton wants to make one thing very, very clear: Tim Kaine was GREAT in Tuesday’s vice-presidential debate. So good. The best. He might have, in fact, added his name to the list of the world’s greatest debaters — right there alongside Abraham Lincoln, Socrates and Winston Churchill. This is
Donald Trump got help from an unexpected quarter on Tuesday night as Hillary Clinton‘s running mate, Tim Kaine, delivered an uneven performance in the year’s sole vice presidential debate. Stylistically at least, Trump’s vice presidential nominee, Mike Pence, was the clear winner of the encounter, held at Longwood University in Farmville, Va.
The men and women who run the supposedly “nonpartisan” Commission on Presidential Debates have put their money where their mouths are — and it all has gone to Democrat Hillary Clinton. The amount of money is small by the standards of a modern presidential campaign, but it is one-sided. A