In 2016, Ted Cruz was the last man standing in the bid to keep Donald Trump from securing the nomination. Late in the game, he made desperate move to soften his campaign by naming Carly Fiorina as his running mate.
Former Hewlett-Packard (HP) CEO Carly Fiorina, who was an early GOP candidate in 2016, announced she would vote for presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden in this year’s election.
“I’ve been very clear that I can’t support Donald Trump. And, you know, elections are binary choices. I will say this: I think, I hope, that Biden understands that this moment in history calls for him to be a leader, not a politician,” Fiorina told The Atlantic‘s podcast “The Ticket” in an interview released earlier this morning.
Carly Fiorina was supposed to be talking about the sexual harassment problem in Washington, on Fox News Sunday but instead, she made Fox News very uncomfortable by name dropping Roger Ailes into an answer about the enabling of sexual harassment.
Things immediately took a creepy turn at Ted Cruz's rally announcing Carly Fiorina as his running mate, as Fiorina oddly burst into song after attacking Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Ted Cruz got pummeled in Tuesday's primary so according to Republican logic the next thing he did was to name Carly Fiorina as his running mate.
Cruz campaign chairperson Chad Sweet said "He is vetting a number of solid candidates," and then contradicted himself by saying, "Ms. Fiorina is absolutely one of them."
During his New Rules segment, Bill Maher unloaded on Republicans for not caring about reality and facts and demonstrated just how far off the deep end the Republicans have gone.
Fox News put on an early debate that featured four doomed candidates in name only who spent an hour boring viewers to tears.
The Fox Business early presidential debate was a disgrace. The only winners were Rand Paul, who didn't show up, and the people who didn't watch.
Here's how out of step Republicans are. At the Fox Business South Carolina Republican (JV) presidential debate, the audience actually booed the fact that a majority of Americans support expanding background checks.
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) doubled down on Donald Trump's vulgar obsession with Clinton's bathroom breaks, last seen during Trump's she got "schlonged" rant.
Fiorina's attempt to attack President Obama as a weak leader hated by generals, all of whom she claimed to know and implied she could get back to work lickity split, was rated "Mostly False" by Politifact.
There were a few winners and a whole lot of losers at the CNN Republican presidential debate in Las Vegas.
Contrary to Republican claims, the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood shooter was not a left wing activist. The shooter was a conservative and according to the data, extremist Republicans and conservatives are the real terror threat to the American people.
Trump may have a dug a hole to deep to climb out of after raging against Ben Carson and "stupid" Iowa voters.
A fact found its way on to Fox News Sunday, as the network turned on Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina and busted her for trying to double down on a lie about President Obama's jobs record.
"92 percent of the jobs lost during Barack Obama's first term belonged to women," Carly Fiorina charged last night during the third Republican presidential debate. The fact-checkers at PolitiFact gave this stale, already debunked charge a big old fat "False" today.
Republicans were asked hard questions and they whined about media bias, plus five reasons to be glad that you didn't watch the CNBC Republican Debate.
Trump is still atop the Republican polls, and the party has only itself to blame for his continuing political resiliency.
After a 4.8 million dollar Pro-Bush ad blitz in New Hampshire, Jeb's polling numbers have moved in the wrong direction, dipping 0.3 percent.