Political pundits are talking up a storm offering "20/20 hindsight" reasons why Trump won. Pollsters are stunned that they got it wrong. While I am saddened by the result, I am not surprised by it.
Outlandish as it seems to say now, the time may soon come when women will be grateful for the all-out misogynistic campaign that Donald J. Trump has run.
You'd probably point your chubby little finger at me and dismiss anything I had to say by insisting I'm a hysterical woman -- kind of like you did with Megyn Kelly the other night
With just 25 days left before the presidential election, it appears that the candidacy of Republican nominee Donald Trump is in utter freefall...dri...
Where (oh where) are the cutesy names for the key demographic group in this election cycle?
Hear that rumbling, thumping noise off in the distance? It's the sound of a mass migration of GOP leaders hastily stampeding away from Donald Trump.
Political incorrectness is not why decent people feel revulsion at what Trump says and does. Decent people object because what he says and does is indecent, ignorant and wrong.
It is difficult for voters to keep track of the many legal and personal scandals surrounding Donald Trump, but it is easier to remember the many people whom he has insulted. Both pose liabilities for Trump's campaign for president, but perhaps ironically, it is the insults that are likely to do more damage than the scandals.
If Donald Trump is so afraid of releasing his taxes because it would show that his finances completely contradict American interests and values, why would he care about the well being of American citizens if he was elected president?
As we watch the GOP implode, we can only hope that whatever new party emerges will have learned a lesson and will rebuild on a foundation of ideas, plans and policy. This will take years, and in the meantime President Hillary Clinton will keep our nation safe and steady.
In this crazy circus election, no single story will completely dominate the race, at least for long. But Bondi-Gate just might have the right ingredients to really drive this narrative all the way into November.
Sexual harassment inflicts a serious emotional injury on its victims, not least of which is the loss of agency over the fate of one's career trajectory.
I find myself afraid of what might follow if Donald Trump actually wins in November, and equally fearful of what might follow if he loses. I recall no such fears in 2012, or in 2008, or even in the tightly-fought presidential election that Al Gore lost to George W. Bush.
"It's like Bill O'Reilly's show, except the segments have much snappier endings," Manafort explained.
Donald, you have nothing to fear -- except the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
Faced with two lawsuits claiming fraudulent practices in the operation of the now defunct Trump University, The Donald wants to cry foul and claim rev...