California Rep. Darrell Issa predicted Friday morning on Fox News that Donald Trump will reestablish the independence of the Department of Justice, saying that President Barack Obama was "constantly trying to essentially jury tamper" in the Hillary Clinton investigation.
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Former Green Party candidate Jill Stein, who has raised more than $4.5 million to recount votes in the presidential election, said Friday on CNN's "New Day" that it was a "hack-riddled election."
The Atlantic's David Frum and CNN political commentator sparred bitterly over potential conflicts of interest for Donald Trump, with Frum eventually saying that Trump may be "driving himself" to impeachment because of them.
Imagine for a moment: you're a grown man who gets paid to play the sport you love. You run around on a pristine grassy field in front of thousands of adoring fans once a week and a decent paycheck hits your mailbox every month. Pretty nice.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Newt Gingrich told delegates at the Republican National Convention that "Donald Trump is right: we are at war with radical Islamists, we are losing the war, and we must change course to win the war."
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- New Hampshire voters who earn more than $200,000 per year favored Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders in a blowout primary loss for the former secretary of state, CNN exit polls show.
HOOKSETT, N.H. -- At a New Hampshire primary night rally, Hillary Clinton supporters chanted "I believe that we will win," a cheer started at the U.S. Naval Academy and made famous by U.S. soccer fans at the 2014 World Cup.
HOOKSETT, N.H. -- A diehard Hillary Clinton showed The Daily Caller her wrist tattoo that reads "HRC 2016" Tuesday at Clinton's primary night rally.
HOOKSETT, N.H. -- Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders handily defeated Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, a state that Clinton won eight years ago and where she was leading by 40 points in polls a year ago.
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump brought his wife Melania and his daughter Ivanka onto the stage at a rally here to urge voters to get out to the polls Tuesday.
HAMPTON, N.H. -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie gleefully celebrated his tough debate clash with Florida Sen. [crscore]Marco Rubio[/crscore] and attempted to portray himself as the one Republican candidate who can take on Hillary Clinton.
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Sen. [crscore]Marco Rubio[/crscore], former Gov. Jeb Bush and Gov. Chris Christie each affirmed Saturday during a Republican debate here that women should be required to sign up for the military draft.
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Ohio Gov. John Kasich spoke against President Barack Obama's use of executive orders, saying Obama is "not a king" but "a president."
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump vigorously defended eminent domain during Saturday's debate here, saying it is an "absolute necessity."
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- When ABC News moderators introduced Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson at Saturday's debate, Carson did not walk onto the stage, but instead waited just offstage while other candidates walked past him.
BEDFORD, N.H. -- Jeb Bush said that ABC News moderators will probably ask "really stupid" questions during Saturday night's debate.
The Syrian refugee crisis is both a humanitarian disaster and, for thousands of U.S. Christians, a mission opportunity.
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