George Will wants Donald Trump to run for one reason and one reason only: so he never hears from the real estate mogul in political circles ever again.
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In an interview with Fox News' Bret Baier, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said he will announce his decision about a potential run for the White House in Hope, Arkansas on May 5.
Donald Trump has made no bones about it: he's not a fan of Hillary Clinton.
Ted Cruz certainly has an admirer in Adam Carolla.
During Friday's broadcast of "Morning Joe," co-host Mika Brzezinski lashed out at Hillary Clinton and her campaign handlers for not having any substantive events during her first week of campaigning in Iowa.
Marco Rubio may have no issue attending a gay wedding, but the same cannot be said about Rick Santorum.
During Thursday's White House briefing, the Associated Press' Jim Kuhnhenn interrogated press secretary Josh Earnest over the Obama administration's unequal treatment of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
On his Thursday program, conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh blasted the opening of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, saying she's "a phony" and everything she does is "orchestrated" and "staged."
Warning to Hillary For America: parking in a handicap spot is never a smart move.
During Thursday's "Morning Joe," co-host Joe Scarborough took The New York Times to task for its coverage of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie after his Wednesday trip to New Hampshire.
In an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper Wednesday, New York Times columnist David Brooks said that no matter who the GOP nominee is in 2016, they will start out "on a level playing field" with Hillary Clinton.
Even the liberal media doesn't think Hillary Clinton is doing a lot differently from her unsuccessful 2008 campaign.
Harry Reid denied fabricating the explanation for his eye injury in an interview with CNBC's John Harwood. TREACHER: Why Isn't Harry Reid Suing The Manufacturer Of That Exercise Band?
One thing you certainly can't say about Chris Christie is that he lacks self-confidence.
The "listening" portion of Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign may be underway, but Bill Kristol is deeply skeptical of her slow rollout as the former secretary of state started off in Iowa Tuesday.
Sixteen years ago, Scott Walker had some choice words for the woman he could wind up facing in the 2016 presidential election.
During an appearance on "The Laura Ingraham Show" Tuesday, syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer panned Hillary Clinton's campaign road trip, calling it "a joke" and "so inauthentic."
Carly Fiorina has become known for her tough rhetoric against Hillary Clinton. But now she's taking on a new target: Jeb Bush.
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter panned Marco Rubio's 2016 bid in an appearance on "The Kelly File" Monday night, saying that the 2016 GOP nominee "has to be a governor."