Originally published on FoxNews.com. The 11 days between the New Hampshire primary and the Nevada Caucus is the longest stretch between any contest in the Democratic nomination and Super Tuesday. For the winner, and those who exceeded expectations in New Hampshire, it’s a fight to keep the momentum going for news cycles that are measured in minutes not days. … Continue reading Mary Anne Marsh: Democrats’ Bloomberg bargain – here’s the deal they might have to make to beat Trump
Originally published on FoxNews.com. There is an old saying in politics that Iowa picks corn and New Hampshire picks presidents. New Hampshire voters will have their chance to do just that Tuesday. When New Hampshire voters render their verdict the rest of the country starts to pay attention to the presidential race. This year the chaotic Iowa caucus places a premium … Continue reading Mary Anne Marsh: New Hampshire votes – here are the three candidates to watch on Tuesday
Originally published on FoxNews.com. Vladimir Putin had his best day ever last Friday when he achieved two of his longest-held goals: a divided Europe and a divided United States. Putin succeeded without any shots fired or missiles launched. After 47 years, Britain left the European Union following a 2016 referendum that passed with a slim four-point margin and a fractious debate over the last three years. The … Continue reading Mary Anne Marsh: Brexit and impeachment outcome make for a very good day – for Putin
Originally published on MotherJones.com by Pema Levy. On November 5, New York Times polling savant Nate Cohn appeared as a guest on The Daily, the paper’s popular podcast, to shed light on the biggest question in the Democratic presidential primary. The episode’s title: “Who’s Actually Electable in 2020?” Cohn took to the microphone to deliver … Continue reading Trump’s Greatest Trick Was Convincing Voters That Women Can’t Win Elections
Originally published on FoxNews.com. For centuries politics and sports have been treasured American pastimes. We obsessively follow campaigns waged by candidates and athletes chasing records as they try to win elections and championships. Now, we are witnessing another common trait between politics and sports: cheating. Baseball is considered the great American pastime and as American as apple pie. That’s why the recent revelation that the Houston Astros cheated by stealing signs … Continue reading Mary Anne Marsh: Trump impeachment not enough – Senate Republicans must hold him accountable
Originally published on FoxNews.com As Benjamin Franklin left the Constitutional Convention in 1787 he was approached by a woman who asked: “Well, Doctor, what have we got — a republic or a monarchy?” “A republic, if you can keep it,” replied Franklin. On the eve of the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, we face that question once again. … Continue reading Mary Anne Marsh: Impeachment trial’s core question: are we still a republic?
Originally published in Financial Times The leading Democrats vying to take on Donald Trump in November’s US presidential election are set to spar over who would make the best commander-in-chief on Tuesday, in the first televised debate since Mr Trump ordered the killing of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani. As he struggles to cement his frontrunner … Continue reading Biden and Sanders reprise Iraq war fight in 2020 race
Originally published on FoxNews.com The curious campaign of Michael Bloomberg raises a question: Can a billionaire buy the Democratic nomination? In his late bid for the nomination that skips the first four contests, which historically launch the nominee, Bloomberg has placed a big bet that big bucks can overcome all. Bloomberg has a history of short-circuiting the traditional political process and winning. The hallmarks … Continue reading Mary Anne Marsh: Bloomberg is rich, aloof and imperious — is this really what Dems want for president?
Originally published on FoxNews.com. Nancy Pelosi wants a fair impeachment trial in the Senate … and Donald Trump is helping her get one. Before the House voted to impeach Trump, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced that he would work in “total coordination” with the White House on the Senate trial. Immediately after the vote to impeach, Pelosi said she wouldn’t send the articles of impeachment to the Senate until she knew what kind … Continue reading Mary Anne Marsh: Trump, Pelosi agree! What part of impeachment drama has them on the same side?
Originally published on FoxNews.com. LISTEN TO THE FULL PODCAST It was a historic week on Capitol Hill. President Trump became the third U.S. president to be impeached joining Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. Jared and FOX's Senior Capitol Hill producer Chad Pergram recap this week's impeachment vote and preview what will happen next in the process. … Continue reading PODCAST: The Impeachment of President Trump