With Chris Christie and Mike Huckabee relegated to the undercard debate in Milwaukee after their drop in the polls, all eight of the remaining main stage candidates talked more at Tuesday night’s debate.
Guests on the Sunday morning political talk shows include Donald Trump hitting NBC’s Meet The Press, CBS’ Face The Nation, ABC’s This Week and CNN’s State of The Union, as he tries to bring up his slipping poll numbers.
Guests on the Sunday political talk shows include newly-elected House Speaker Paul Ryan hitting every show known on the Sunday schedule, with John Boehner appearing with him on CNN’s State of the Union.
Dowd made his comment on ABC’s Good Morning America, while discussing the 2016 race ahead of tonight’s GOP debate with George Stephanopoulos and Jon Karl. Of course, that joke has been going around for awhile.
Guests on the Sunday political talk shows include GOP presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson on NBC’s Meet The Press and Fox News Sunday. Also on Meet The Press is a re-hash of Hillary Clinton’s Benghazi hearing with Elijah Cummings and Trey Gowdy.
In June, Mike Murphy, the GOP consultant who has guided the campaigns of John McCain, Mitt Romney, and Arnold Schwarzenegger, took over Jeb Bush’s super-PAC, Right to Rise USA. Partly, that’s meant the witty political commentator has gone silent.
Each election cycle, Saturday Night Live has several good — but one amazing — political figure impersonations. Like Tina Fey as Sarah Palin in 2008, this year’s standout is, without a doubt, Larry David as Bernie Sanders.
Joe Biden continues to have fun with the press about his potential 2016 presidential candidacy. While waiting to greet South Korean President Park Geun-hye today, a reporter asked Biden about whether or not he’ll run.