Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus argued Friday that the GOP has a more diverse crop of candidates for president in 2016 than Democrats do.
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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.
Rick Perry and Rick Santorum are both preparing to announce their expected campaigns for president in 2016.
Former United Nations ambassador John Bolton announced Thursday that he will not be a candidate for president in 2016, after months of traveling to early nominating states and saying he was seriously considering running.
Of all the Republicans who may run for president, former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton has probably known Bill and Hillary Clinton the longest.
Former United Nations ambassador John Bolton will announce Thursday whether or not he will enter the race for the White House, The Daily Caller has learned.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, drawing an apparent contrast with comments made by potential Republican presidential rival Jeb Bush, said Tuesday he would not have supported the war in Iraq had he known there were no weapons of mass destruction in the country.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie unveiled a plan Tuesday that he says would “create a flatter, fairer, simpler tax code.”
Journalist Mark Halperin issued a formal apology Monday after drawing criticism for a cringe-worthy television interview with Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, running for president as a Republican, called out a government agency Monday for apparently spending thousands of taxpayer dollars on pricey exercise equipment.
Ben Carson on Thursday is headed back home to Baltimore, where the Republican presidential candidate plans to meet with “faith and community leaders,” presumably about the city’s recent unrest.
Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, a day into the presidential race, is embarking on what his campaign is calling an “aggressive month-long fundraising schedule,” with at least 17 fundraisers scheduled across the country to build up his campaign war chest.
Donald Trump, exploring a run for president in 2016, is now starring in radio ads across the country that criticize President Obama and the Republicans who support his desire for fast track authority to negotiate the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.
Hillary Clinton’s only announced rival for the Democratic nomination for president is Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who boasts that he's never run a negative television ad in his life.
Mike Huckabee is officially in the 2016 presidential race.
Ted Cruz and Rand Paul have never served in the military. Neither have Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, Chris Christie, Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorum or Bobby Jindal. And those are just the Republicans gearing up for a presidential campaign.
Two people who will portray themselves as political outsiders, Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina, both announced Monday that they will be seeking the Republican Party's nomination for president in 2016.
WASHINGTON -- Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Friday that he will run for president if he is confident he will have “the resources to win,” and, at this stage, he is “optimistic” that will be the case.
When you see soldiers participating in ceremonies on the field during New York Jets games, it’s not just because the team appreciates the military.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders on Thursday announced that he will run for the White House as a Democrat, positioning himself as a socialist alternative to Hillary Clinton in the Democratic presidential primary.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called for police across the country to wear body cameras to “improve transparency" while addressing the violent riots in Baltimore in a speech at an Ivy League university Wednesday.