Donald Trump and Mitt Romney may not have much in common, and the 2012 GOP presidential nominee has made no bones about his visceral dislike of the pugilistic businessman who is carrying his party's banner this time around.
Were a candidate to, hypothetically, deviate from the code of honor, infrared light beam communicators would also do the trick.
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History is about to be made at Hofstra University, and excitement is building to a crescendo among the school's nearly 11,000 students. On Monday evening, Democrat Hillary Clinton will face Republican Donald Trump in a presidential debate that will likely be the most-watched television program in U.S. history.
As I write that headline, I have to wonder why we all haven't been using the neologistic verb "Donald ducking" by this point in the presidential race. After all, a large part of Donald Trump's campaign has been built on the foundation of him ducking questions and issues that he doesn't want to talk about.
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The Media seems to have a penchant for exploiting news of relatively questionable value, highlighting it in an attempt to make it equivalent to stuff that really matters.
Hillary Clinton made a deplorable basket case this weekend. That is, she made the case that "half" of the supporters of Donald Trump belong in a "basket of deplorables." It just sounds funnier to say it the first way, that's all.
We all suffer from this curse of unequal bias as we witness false equivalency bleeding from national politics back into daily life.
The question of what a wealthy, older and egotistical man chooses to do after losing an election, potentially in a very humiliating manner is not, on its own, a particularly interesting one.
Republicans have now, by my count, missed two rather large opportunities to improve their general standing with Latino voters. Donald Trump's speech Wednesday (unless it is further postponed or even cancelled outright, of course) might just become the third big missed opportunity.
There was absolutely no in-person voter fraud in the state. None. But that doesn't matter because when Republicans like Trump cheat, they think everyone else cheats too.
Donald Trump has a major problem with African American voters. The latest national polls show him with just 1 percent support among blacks. That's virtually zero.
However much some prominent Republicans are outraged by Trump, he is the third GOP nominee of the last four to sell himself to the party and the nation as a businessman.
We now seem to be so obsessed with gaffes that we no longer have the patience to wait for the actual candidates to make them.
Last week, former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg questioned Trump's sanity whilst Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton warned Americans that the tycoon did not have the temperament to be their next Commander-in-chief.