Giuliani’s loyalty to the former president was born in his darkest moment.
Republicans want to write Democrats out of the body politic.
“John McCain’s lie became mine,” Steve Schmidt wrote about Senator John McCain’s relationship with a female lobbyist.
The former president has embarked on a campaign to warn that the scourge of online falsehoods has eroded the foundations of democracy.
He made headlines by fighting for an oil pipeline and reading the Pentagon Papers aloud. After 25 years of obscurity, he re-emerged with a quixotic presidential campaign.
She’s the latest descendant in a lineage of Republican women who embrace a boffo radicalism.
So far, Joe Biden has been surprisingly progressive.
His burden as president would be “gross.”
John McCain credited to her his will to survive as a prisoner of war. She later campaigned for him in his 2008 bid for the presidency.
Mr. Paul, 85, a former congressman and presidential candidate and the father of Senator Rand Paul, slurred his words while speaking on his YouTube channel on Friday.
So much talent, if you really enjoy exasperation.
As Biden works to win over progressive voters, he has empowered a Washington uber-veteran long trailed by allegations of personal and financial indiscretion.
Barack Obama and John McCain were rocked by a national emergency during the 2008 campaign, and their responses decided the race, aides say. There are lessons for Joseph R. Biden Jr. and President Trump.
What two strange months in 2008 taught the former vice president about the politics of grievance, and how that might help him pick a running mate of his own to take on Donald Trump.
He oversaw the rollout of a $787 billion stimulus package. His campaign may leverage that as the coronavirus pandemic and economic collapse dominate the conversation.
Many younger voters are not old enough to remember a Democratic presidential primary that ended so quickly and congenially. Could it help Joe Biden in the fall?