The top-line winners in last night’s New Hampshire primary were Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders on the Democratic side and businessman Donald Trump on the Republican side. Arguably, however, the biggest “winner” of the evening was Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who surged to a clear second-place finish last night while finishing ahead of his fellow governors, Florida’s Jeb Bush and New Jersey’s Chris Christie.
As numerous media outlets this morning are reporting, Kasich’s runner-up status ought to breathe new life into a ... Read More >>
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will announce today that he is dropping out of the race for the Republican presidential nomination, according to multiple media outlets. According to Ricochet, a conservative news site, both ABC News and Fox News have reported via Twitter that Christie will be suspending his campaign today.
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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is huddling with top aides Wednesday and is expected to formally suspend his 2016 presidential campaign, CNN reported.Read More >>
The New Hampshire primary lived up to its reputation for drama on Tuesday.
Who departs on a high, and whose hopes were dashed by the Granite State?Read More >>
Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are all guaranteed an invitation to the debate because they finished in the top three in the Iowa caucuses.
For the other candidates, it will require finishing in the top five in Tuesday night’s New Hampshire primary, or in the top five in an average of national and South Carolina polls. Those polls must be approved by CBS News and released before noon on Feb. 12.Read More >>
After a disappointing sixth-place finish in the state upon which he had staked his presidential bid, Gov. Chris Christie is heading home to New Jersey on Wednesday to weigh his options for the future of his campaign.
The governor had originally planned to fly to South Carolina to attend a forum, saying Tuesday morning that he had already booked a plane ticket. But his showing led him to change his plans as the vote totals came in Tuesday night.Read More >>
Donald Trump resoundingly won the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary Tuesday night, giving the billionaire mogul his first victory in an improbable and brash campaign that already has turned American politics upside down.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich, on the strength of his optimistic focus on economic renewal and lifting people out of the shadows, finished a distant second, while former Florida governor Jeb Bush and Sens. Ted Cruz (Tex.) and Marco Rubio (Fla.) headed toward a photo finish for third place.Read More >>