Biden’s war against corporate gigantism is good policy and better politics.
Tag: Hillary Clinton
After enabling Trump and fretting about political correctness, Republicans want to cancel the OMB nominee because she was too mean on Twitter. (Some lefties want to nix her bid, too.) Oh, please.
Gerald Ford’s pardon of Richard Nixon probably cost him his reelection. Trump’s quest for the 2024 GOP nomination is unlikely to be hindered by a giant pardon of his family and himself.
Four years ago, Hillary Clinton lost the Keystone State by a mere 44,000 votes. Could Biden suffer the same fate?
Here’s the evidence that Joe Biden isn’t doing that much better than Hillary Clinton.
In 2020, Trump is more of a known quantity and he’s facing a better-liked opponent.
Since they did the same thing to Clinton in 2016, probably not.
I’ve often compared Trump to the unhinged drunk at the bar, regaling patrons with his conspiracy theories.
Comparing Clinton to Biden overlooks the major changes that have taken place over the last four years.
An equally capable male candidate not named Clinton would have held up the blue wall in 2016.