Entries by Editorial Staff

NEW YORK TIMES: Where Hillary Clinton’s Heavy Attack Was Light on Specifics

By Mark Landler WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton on Thursday delivered her most robust attack yet on her likely Republican opponent, Donald J. Trump, declaring him temperamentally unfit to be commander in chief. But although her campaign had described the speech as a major foreign policy address, Mrs. Clinton spent more time ridiculing and dismantling Mr. Trump’s […]

The Donald Trump I Know

by Natalie Gulbis I’ve been fortunate to meet my fair share of influential people over 16 years on tour. But never can I remember any of them (several U.S. presidents included) garnering more attention than Donald Trump. Now more than ever, no matter where I go, people want to know about The Donald. What’s he […]

VANITY FAIR: How Trump Can Eat Hillary’s Lunch

BY T.A. Frank Until Donald Trump eliminated his primary opponents, the only people more certain than the Democrats of his defeat were Republicans. “If Mr. Trump is its standard-bearer, the GOP will lose the White House and the Senate,” warned Karl Rove in January. Even today, the Speaker of the House remains coy about his […]

CBS NEWS: Why Donald Trump resonates with some Latinos?

By Lucy L. Scott CBSN Originals presents its latest in-depth report, which explores the Donald Trump’s popularity among some members of the Latino community. Donald Trump’s remarks about Hispanics — “They’re bringing drugs, they’re bringing crime, they’re rapists,” he said of Mexican immigrants last summer — have been called racist and shocking. Sixty-two percent of […]