For Hillary Clinton and her campaign, the 11 days until the presidential election just got a little longer.
The FBI announced on Friday that it’s reviewing new emails “pertinent to the investigation” of the agency’s probe into Clinton’s use of a personal email server during her tenure as secretary of state.
At first, Republicans hyped the statement as a “reopening” of the investigation and the so-called “October surprise” that…
Richard Branson was really just trying to lighten the mood.
Calling what happened in St. Louis on Sunday night a “presidential debate” is like calling most Twitter users with eggs for avatars “reasonable conversationalists.”
Try as you might, there is little possibility of having a real exchange of views with Twitter eggs, who invariably walk away thinking they’ve won. And there’s no talking with Donald Trump, either — a man who cannot apologize for a single thing he’s ever said without hurling worse barbs.
During tonight’s tumultuous debate, marked with scandals and surprise press conferences, the former Republican party chairman gave his brief reaction.
Michael Steele, the former leader of the Republican National Convention, tweeted what he thought of the town hall debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, two presidential nominees who wouldn’t even shake hands with each other.