At a speech at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. this morning, Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel laid out his rationale for supporting Donald Trump, characterizing him as the only candidate with the ability to challenge establishment politics.
An Iowa woman arrested on charges she voted twice for Donald Trump attempted to explain her behavior by stating that “the polls are rigged,” according to Iowa Public Radio.
Rep. Tammy Duckworth is challenging Sen. Mark Kirk for his U.S. Senate seat in Illinois, and the incumbent unleashed an incredible comment about her mixed-race heritage during tonight’s debate in Springfield.
“The cyber,” as Donald J. Trump calls it, has been an unrelenting issue in a presidential election marked by politically motivated hacks, massive DDoS attacks, and email kerfuffles. With technology as a focal point, virtually every part of the political process has been brought into the scrum, including voting.
LeBron James is endorsing Hillary Clinton in an op-ed published today at Business Insider and appearing tomorrow in the Akron Beacon-Journal, saying that the Democratic candidate “will build on the legacy of my good friend, President Barack Obama.”
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump comforts Shalga Hightower, center, as she hugs family spokesman Charmil Davis during a meeting, Friday, Sept. 2, 2016, in Philadelphia.
Ben Carson took Donald Trump to his childhood home in Detroit today—one now occupied by a Hillary Clinton supporter—but his live interview on CNN came to a halt when the former presidential candidate had to go chasing after his luggage. We don’t know what’s in Carson’s suitcases; perhaps his dignity?
Donald Trump, a pile of faux-leather designer handbag knockoffs, has compiled a murderers’ row of sports figures for next month’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Bloomberg Politics reports that Mike Tyson, Mike Ditka, Bobby Knight, and NASCAR CEO Brian France have all chosen to shed whatever dignity they…
Ben Roethlisberger is scrambling in the pocket as the Steelers quarterback denies Donald Trump after the Republican candidate claimed he had the Steelers quarterback’s endorsement and planned to have Big Ben speak at the GOP convention.
If Donald Trump gets his way the GOP convention will feature Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger, and Dana White speaking on the Republican nominee’s behalf rather than the usual string of politicians.
Human meat sculpture Donald Trump has long embraced his unique brand of reality on Twitter, but the Republican presumptive presidential nominee took it to a major level last night in attempting to express his appreciation for one of his patrons:
Making fun of Donald Trump is remarkably easy, but that doesn’t mean it ain’t satisfying. So why not sit back and watch self-described parrot banker John Oliver comprehensively rip Trump a new moneyhole for 20 solid minutes? You won’t be disappointed. You can’t be disappointed. Sometimes the easiest jokes are the best…