Category Archives: Debates

Trump, tapes, turmoil and troubles

By Ken Feltman As news spread concerning the latest crisis for Donald Trump’s campaign, I wondered what was happening with the advisors closest to the situation. I got on the telephone and sent text messages and emails to GOP political insiders (including several who are … Continue reading

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Mike Pence is the presidential candidate Republicans wish they had

By Annalisa Merelli Many have suggested Pence used this debate to set up his own candidacy for 2020, and many more have wished for the top and bottom halves of the Republican ticket to be reversed. For the time being, … Continue reading

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Do Presidential Debates Impact Election Outcomes?

  By Danti Chinni, NBC News  The presidential debates are generally considered the last big opportunity to move voters before the election. But do they really have an impact? Source: Do Presidential Debates Impact Election Outcomes? – NBC News

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Is Trump the Only Republican Who Can Handle the Media Onslaught?

By Matt Lewis of Roll Call Conventional wisdom suggests that any “generic” Republican would easily beat Hillary Clinton in November — and any other Democrat would destroy Donald Trump. But what if that’s wrong? Increasingly, the notion that Trump could … Continue reading

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