On today's program, Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN), responded to Trump's foreign relationships speech, specifically his comments on improving relations with Russia.
Sen. Corker: On Putin Trump's Right
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Peggy Noonan - Wall Street Journal
The wind is at Donald Trump's back, and it's the kind that doesn't lessen but build. Last week he won the New York primary with an astounding 60% of the vote to John Kasich's 25% and Ted Cruz's 15%. This week he swept the five-state Northeast regional primaries with numbers that neared or surpassed the New York results-54% in Maryland, 57% in Pennsylvania, 58% in Connecticut, 61% in Delaware and 64% in Rhode Island. He beat Mr. Kasich in Greenwich, Conn., the affluent enclave of the old moderate Republicanism. Amazingly, he carried every county in all five states, and every county in New York except Manhattan. With 10 million votes, Mr. Trump is on track to become the biggest primary vote-getter in GOP history. He did well with varied demographic groups, old and young, college graduates, rich and not.
Real estate mogul Donald Trump has run an outsider's juggernaut campaign, the likes of which nobody has seen in modern politics. Democrats publicly say they are thrilled to face him in the general election. But, privately, they fret that the master marketer and media maestro is so unpredictable and so original and so fearless that they just might regret getting the match-up they had hoped for.
At a rally Thursday night in Orange County, CA, Donald Trump was joined on stage by Jamiel Shaw, whose son was murdered by an illegal alien in 2008, and other members of the Remeberence Project.
Hundreds of demonstrators filled the street outside the Orange County amphitheater where Donald Trump held a rally Thursday night, stomping on cars, hurling rocks at motorists and forcefully declaring their opposition to the Republican presidential candidate.
Throughout the Republican Party, from New Hampshire to Florida to California, many leaders, operatives, donors and activists arrived this week at the conclusion they had been hoping to thwart or at least delay: Donald Trump will be their presidential nominee. An aura of inevitability is now forming around the controversial mogul.
We are re-upping this post from early 2014 in light of Boehner labeling Cruz "Lucifer in the flesh" and saying, "I've never worked with a more miserable son of a bitch in my life." Here's where their work together began, two decades ago.
The rate of real economic growth is the single greatest determinate of both America's strength as a nation and the well-being of the American people.
In an election defined by anti-establishment energy and anger, the two parties are now diverging as Republicans fully embrace an outsider as their presidential nominee and Democrats line up behind a quintessential insider.
Want to know which way America's political winds are blowing? When Bill Clinton speaks, listen.
Talking in Spokane last month about the U.S. economy, the former president mentioned "the awful legacy of the last eight years." In Indianapolis Tuesday, Mr. Clinton let the same cat out of the bag:
Paul Manafort: 'Fiorina is the queen of outsourcing jobs; Cruz picked her as VP for a desperation act'
Donald Trump will likely wind up winning the most primary votes of any GOP presidential candidate in modern history, the author of the influential Smart Politics blog told The Post on Wednesday.
How would Donald Trump fare in a general election against Hillary Clinton? The conventional wisdom is that he wouldn't stand a chance. The GOP is divided. His campaign, despite a recent spate of landslide primary wins, appears to have its own civil war going on. His favorability numbers are at historic lows for a nominee.
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Donald Trump - The National Interest
Thank you for the opportunity to speak to you, and thank you to the Center for the National Interest for honoring me with this invitation. I would like to talk today about how to develop a new foreign policy direction for our country - one that replaces randomness with purpose, ideology with strategy, and chaos with peace.