Republican presidential candidates Marco Rubio and Scott Walker are doubling down on their criticism of President Obama for hosting Chinese President Xi Jinping at a White House state dinner next month.
Gov. Scott Walker disclosed on Friday in a wide-ranging foreign policy speech that the FBI is investing Islamic State (IS, also known as ISIS or ISIL) elements in all 50 states, a revelation that the Republican presidential candidate said is proof that the Obama administration is failing to adequately combat radical terrorist forces.
Gov. Scott Walker (R., Wisc.), a leading Republican presidential candidate, urged President Obama on Monday to cancel the upcoming state visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping amid concerns about Beijing’s military actions and human rights abuses.
The Republican candidates for president, judging by the debates this evening, are unserious when it comes to the Islamic State. They talk tough, but if you were listening for specifics about what they plan to do about the metastasizing terror state that has filled the gap left in the Middle East by a withdrawing United States, you didn’t hear much.
Marco Rubio won the first GOP presidential debate on Thursday night. He was confident, energetic, eloquent, knowledgeable, and figured out the way to handle Donald Trump. The importance of debates is vastly overrated, and it’s a long, long time before the first caucus in Iowa, but Rubio proved he belongs in the first tier of presidential contenders, and will be in this race for the long haul.
A progressive group with ties to a secretive dark money network and a history of deceptive ads has launched a campaign attacking Republican Presidential Candidate Scott Walker as a “puppet” for the Koch brothers.
Scott Walker continues to lead the field of Republican presidential candidates in Iowa, according to a poll of likely Republican Iowa caucus participants released on Thursday.
The labor reforms enacted by Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R.) have forced some of the state’s most influential unions to merge following steep declines in membership.
Sen. Rand Paul’s (R., Ky.) most prominent pro-Israel backer, who funded the senator’s 2013 visit to Israel, is throwing his support fully behind Gov. Scott Walker’s prospective presidential campaign, he told the Washington Free Beacon.