Jeb Bush may have accidentally let it slip during a town hall meeting Tuesday that he would like to select a female running mate if he becomes the Republican nominee for president.
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Alex Pappas is a Washington D.C.-based political reporter for The Daily Caller. He has also written for The Washington Examiner and the Mobile Press-Register. Pappas is a graduate of The University of the South in Sewanee, Tenn., where he was editor-in-chief of The Sewanee Purple. While in college, he did internships at NBC's Meet the Press and the White House. He grew up in Mobile, Ala., where he graduated from St. Paul's Episcopal School. He and his wife live on Capitol Hill.
Jeb Bush is going up with a new television ad in New Hampshire featuring Medal of Honor recipients, including one who argues Donald Trump isn’t serious enough to be commander in chief.
A Republican senator on Monday released a 145-page report revealing examples of wasteful government spending. And tucked inside the so-called "wastebook" are two pages on how the federal government is giving GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump a $40 million tax credit to turn an old Washington, D.C. building into a fancy new hotel.
A much-needed piece of good news for his presidential campaign, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has landed the coveted endorsement of New Hampshire’s biggest and most influential newspaper.
Donald Trump had only been in the presidential race for weeks, but when he famously accused Arizona Sen. John McCain , a prisoner of war during Vietnam, of not being heroic, commentators predicted his time as a frontrunner would soon be over.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has surged to the top rungs of the 2016 field in Iowa, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll of likely Republican caucus voters released Tuesday.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is firing a warning shot at the Republican National Committee after it was reported that some establishment Republicans are forming an outside organization to try to harm his candidacy.
Ben Carson's presidential campaign is exploring the idea of the Republican taking an overseas trip before the Iowa caucuses to help allay concerns about his lack of foreign policy experience.
Former Delaware Republican Senate nominee Christine O’Donnell infamously declared during her 2010 campaign that she was “not a witch” but on Friday told a judge that she now believes she is the victim of a “witch hunt.”
Donald Trump on Friday pushed back against the characterization that he is for a government registry to track Muslims who live in the United States.
As other Republican presidential candidates propose sending troops to the Middle East to fight ISIS, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul says he is still staunchly against putting American boots back on the ground.
Utah Rep. Mia Love , the first black female Republican elected to Congress, endorsed Florida Sen. Marco Rubio for president on Thursday.
Mike Huckabee's presidential campaign, responding to a lawsuit filed against them this week for playing the song "Eye of the Tiger" during a September political rally, is vowing not "to be bullied."
Reacting to the terrorist attacks in Paris, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is attempting to demonstrate his toughness by releasing a new radio ad where he takes aim at the “politicians who are losing the war on terrorism.”
“It’s been a bizarre race,” Bobby Jindal’s chief campaign strategist, Curt Anderson, told reporters after the Louisiana governor dropped out of the Republican presidential contest Tuesday evening. “I don’t know that anyone else can explain it.”
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who's running for president as a Republican, wrote in a letter to President Obama on Tuesday that he will "not accept any refugees from Syria in the wake of the deadly terrorist attack in Paris."
Reacting to the terrorist attacks in Paris, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said Monday he plans to introduce legislation that would stop the United States from accepting refugees “from about 30 countries that have significant jihadist movements.”
A growing number of governors, in wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris, say they will not accept Syrian refugees into their states.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, a progressive Democrat who has been trying to run to the left of Hillary Clinton, won applause during Saturday night’s Democratic presidential debate in Iowa by referring to Republican Donald Trump as an “immigrant-bashing carnival barker.”