The Office of Government Ethics has not received initial draft financial disclosure reports for some of the Trump Cabinet picks scheduled for hearings.
"Democracy needs a moral compass," says the party's presidential nominee. "We must be that moral compass."
"Shame on you AP! Superdelegates don't vote until the convention," tweeted documentary filmmaker Josh Fox. "Story of [Clinton nomination] is false and aims to suppress voters."
Watching the seemingly endless series of Republican debates this election season, one might wonder why so many candidates hung in there well past the point when it was clear they had no real chance of winning. Well, wonder no more.
Trump clearly has maintained his stranglehold on the media and certain swaths of the American population since he arrived, all bombast and swagger, on the 2016 election scene back in June. But according to The Washington Post's Chris Cillizza, Trump is actually not the one to watch—or beat.
Mitt Romney sure is acting like a man who has it in the bag, and he practically does after racking up more wins lately in the GOP primary sweepstakes That means, of course, that it's time to show President Obama what he's got, and on Wednesday he threw down by accusing Obama of "rhetorical excess" Wait, what?.
Apparently nobody wants to be President Obama's commerce secretary. The second candidate for the post, Sen. Judd Gregg, has dropped out. The Republican senator cited "irresolvable conflicts," including the stimulus package and the census. That's what you get for trying to make nice with those fussy Republicans.