Trump's Republican nomination acceptance speech laid out no vision, and dodged the real issues, as Trump sounded tired and lifeless.
Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) claimed that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will ban farm animals if they win which caused laughter at MSNBC.
Eric Trump, who has refused to be interviewed by the New York Attorney General, claimed that his father supports law enforcement.
Trump trade adviser Peter Navarro previewed tonight's Republican convention by calling Melania Trump the Jackie Kennedy of her time.
Conservatism has been replaced by racism in Trump's party as even the anti-abortion speaker at his convention, Abby Johnson is a racist.
Donald Trump Jr. poorly delivered a fantasy speech divorced from reality with glassy eyes that was so bad, it was funny.
This week we were reminded of everything we stand to lose if Trump finds a way to steal the presidency again.
Yeah, I know he “won” the Electoral College vote and with it the presidency. But as the Republican-controlled Senate Intelligence committee acknowledged in its report this week, that “win” was engineered with a lot of help from Russia.
Trump is demanding that Republicans put on a blockbuster convention that will outshine the nearly universally praised Biden convention.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell suggested that it might not be safe to hold the Republican convention and supported his six Senate colleagues who aren't going.
Sen. Lamar Alexander (TN) became the second Republican senator to announce that he will not be attending Trump's GOP convention in Florida.
North Carolina Democrats issued a statement telling Jacksonville, FL that they are more than welcome to host Trump's virus guidelines ignoring acceptance speech.
Some state Republican parties are having trouble finding delegates who are willing to go to Trump's convention due to coronavirus concerns.
Florida wants Trump to move the Republican convention to their state, but coronavirus cases have grown by the thousands and deaths by the dozens.
Not only is this a lame comeback, its a recycled comeback, since he said the same thing about the wife of Bernie Sanders
Gov. Mike Pence accepted the Republican Party’s vice presidential nomination, and may have handed the White House to Hillary Clinton.
Pence did the usual thanking of his family. He paid tribute to Trump and resolved that Hillary Clinton will never become president. It became clear that Pence’s job was to tie Hillary Clinton to Obama while touting the conservative principles that caused the Great Recession.
Gov. Pence rattled off the now standard Trump talking point praise that Donald Trump is a doer and a uniquely American creation. Pence said that Democrats and the media haven’t figured out Trump. Pence got completely delusional by proclaiming that Trump is stronger than ever. (Apparently, Mike Pence isn’t aware that Trump is losing in virtually every national poll.) We got the usual Trump will stand with the military and cops.
Pence claimed that Trump’s employees love him. He said that Trump lacks pretense, and respects his employees. Pence pointed to Trump’s kids as proof of Donald’s moral character. What was missing in all of this Trumpaganda was any description of what Trump would do as president.
Pence painted Hillary Clinton as the dishonest insider and Trump as the outsider truth teller. The Republican message is that we are change, which is certain to backfire because President Obama is riding a wave of popularity. Mike Pence claimed that Clinton should be disqualified from being president, and read off a Fox News greatest hits collection of lies about Obama’s foreign policy.
Gov. Pence said that the election is about change versus status quo, but the numbers say that the majority of Americans like President Obama and the job that he is doing. What the polls are also telling us is that the American people don’t trust Trump’s judgment and lack of experience.
The Pence speech was empty and fluffy. It was more of the standard delusion that Republicans have been telling their voters for eight years. Republicans keep telling themselves that America is terrible, but yet, Democrats keep winning presidential elections.
Mike Pence lacks the strength and fire to deliver the message that needs to be delivered. Mike Pence made Republicans happy with his speech, but for the bulk of the country that doesn’t watch Fox News, Pence sounded like a man from another planet.
Pence claimed that Hispanic would vote for Trump because Trump will build the wall and deport Mexicans.
The Trump/Pence ticket was born out of a Republican electorate that is being driven by Fox News and conservative media. Pence was out of touch with the reality of the real America. The America that is changing and growing more diverse. Gov. Pence’s speech was a gasp of the dying angry white right.
Mike Pence couldn’t do the impossible. He couldn’t make Republicans sound rational, and he couldn’t sell Donald Trump to an electorate that doesn’t trust him.
Gov. Pence didn’t reach out to voters that Republicans need. He railed for the Republican base, but that base is not big enough to win in November.
Sen. Ted Cruz took the stage at the Republican convention in Cleveland and promptly stabbed Donald Trump in the back while making it clear that he is running for president again in 2020.
In a cross between a demented Family Feud episode and a convention speech, Gov. Scott Walker showed why he would never be President Of The United States.
Another Trump family convention speech disaster, as Tiffany Trump accidentally made the argument for why Donald Trump should never be president.
Chris Christie almost choked on the words, and his face couldn't hide his bitterness when he called Trump his friend at the Republican convention.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell had the nerve to brag about obstructing President Obama's Supreme Court nominee during his speech at the Republican convention.