People who hate both presidential candidates voted Donald Trump in 2016, but this time they’re breaking for Joe Biden, according to Politico.com. It’s a small slice of registered voters, but in a tight race, even those who despise each choice might make the difference in choosing the 46th President of the United States. Get your […]
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden tells KDKA radio that former First Lady Michelle Obama is ‘brilliant’ and ‘a really fine woman’ and if she’d be his running mate, ‘I’d take her in a heartbeat.’ Would the former-FLOTUS Veep pick shake up the race? Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is a production of our […]
On the day that twice-failed presidential candidate Bernie Sanders endorses thrice-failed presidential candidate Joe Biden, NYTimes.com’s Nate Cohn warns Democrats about the weakness of Biden’s polling lead over President Trump.
These aren’t the only two video clips that should pull Joe Biden from the race for the presidency, but they might be enough. The burden of proof now lies with the Biden campaign to prove that he has the mental acuity to do the job in the face of much contrary evidence. Right Angle is […]
Forced underground by the COVID-19 pandemic, former Vice President Joe Biden tries to project calm, steady, predictable leadership, awaiting the inevitable Trump meltdown. L.A. Times columnist Doyle McManus tells Democrats not to worry that the Biden campaign vanished — it’s just what’s needed at a time like this to make ‘Bunker Joe’ the November sleeper pick.
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Biden roars back from the brink of death; Mayor Pete, Amy and Mini Mike go home; Donald Trump carries California and it looks like Sanders is going to get Berned. Join Steve, Bill and Scott for this special edition look at the post-Super Tuesday field and where the Democrats go from here. Listen to the […]
Mike Bloomberg surges in national polls and seems, for the moment, to be the only Democratic presidential candidate who can dislodge Bernie Sanders from his plurality lead. But as he muscles his way to the top of the heap, he’s dragging his baggage behind, a legacy of alleged racist and sexist attitudes, not to mention […]
Las Vegas odds makers have Bernie and Bloomberg at #1 and #2 favorites to get the nomination. Democrat insiders see electoral doom in socialist Sanders, but can’t stop him unless other candidates drop out of the race.
For those who think socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders is just too quirky, prickly, and camera-hostile, to get the Democratic presidential nomination, Bill Whittle offers 1872 Democrat nominee, Horace Greeley. Has YouTube ushered in a new era where authenticity is valued above telegenic appearance? Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green are actually much more attractive […]
His Democrat presidential rivals have outed Mayor Pete Buttigieg for his private-sector work as a McKinsey consultant, and forced him to explain it away. Will success shaming catapult Democrats to victory in 2020, or are there still enough Democratic voters who don’t work for government to steer the party away from bashing business — the engine that enables government to give away free college, free health care and more?
A new Harvard Harris poll shows Hillary Clinton tops Joe Biden in a theoretical race — a theory which the former FLOTUS is doing everything she can to nudge toward reality.
Douglas McKinnon writing at TheHill.com says the Democratic ticket that scares President Trump the most is Mayor Pete Buttigieg with Rep. Tulsi Gabbard. Two young, telegenic, military veterans, who can think on their feet and connect through the camera with apparent authenticity, even Bill Whittle thinks they’re the best pairing in the current field.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg getting into the presidential race would be a gift to Democrats, America and the world, according to Bret Stephens in The New York Times. Could the billionaire whom Trump calls “Little Michael” neutralize the president’s massive fundraising advantage, as well as some GOP critiques of Democrats, because Bloomberg reportedly doesn’t hate America, hate Israel or hate cops?
The New York Times says insiders are still fishing for a better candidate for the Democrat party’s 2020 presidential nomination. After multiple debates among scores of candidates, millions of dollars spent, and exhaustive polling, the Democratic establishment still wishes it had someone who could beat President Donald Trump.