Republican presidential candidates Marco Rubio and Scott Walker are doubling down on their criticism of President Obama for hosting Chinese President Xi Jingping at a White House state dinner next month.
A majority of American voters believe that President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry are to some extent misleading the public on the nuclear deal with Iran, a survey released by an organization that opposes the agreement indicates.
The anniversary of the U.S. war against the Islamic State passed with little notice. It was August 7 of last year that President Obama authorized the first airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq, a campaign he expanded a month later to include targets in Syria. So far this month, the president has delivered remarks on the Voting Rights Act, his deal with Iran, the budget, clean energy, and Hurricane Katrina. ISIS? Not a peep.
Veteran Democratic political strategist Donna Brazile lauded former President George W. Bush for his response to Hurricane Katrina while traveling with President Obama Thursday.
Remember that time Hillary Clinton thought she would win the Democratic nomination and then become president only to be thwarted by a plucky upstart named Barack Obama? That must have been pretty humiliating. It’s easy to forgot how nasty that race was. On #ThrowbackThursday, we invite you to recall the good old days of sick burns, witty barbs, and John Edwards.
Another Democratic member of Congress declared opposition to the Iran nuclear agreement this week even as House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) is furiously working the phones to sell the deal.
The Pentagon’s inspector general has launched an investigation into whether officials in the military altered intelligence estimates about the U.S. campaign against the Islamic State in Iraq to give a more favorable impression of progress.