It’s no secret that Donald Trump, the presidential candidate, used racial divisiveness to push his campaign to victory in 2016. Now, thanks to a new report from Bloomberg, we have a glimpse into how entities in Trump’s broader campaign orbit—including eventual campaign chairman and chief advisor Steve Bannon—used a…
Donald Trump was elected president one year ago today. From day one, his presidency has been marked by a stream of protests spanning issues, including the Dakota Access Pipeline, the Women’s March, the travel ban, Confederate statues, healthcare, and white supremacy. Here are a selection of photos, from November 2016…
Hillary Clinton still doesn’t get it—and she probably never will.
Staggering numbers of poor and black voters reported that Wisconsin’s voter ID law kept them from voting in the 2016 presidential election in a state that Donald Trump won by just one percentage point, according to a new study from the University of Wisconsin.
“Was I doomed from the start?” Hillary Clinton wonders toward the end of What Happened, her new book about her failed 2016 presidential campaign. Clinton never quite admits it in so many words, but she probably was.
Remember Katrina Pierson, the Donald Trump campaign spokeswoman who never met a Trumpism so abhorrent that she couldn’t logic her way around it? Well she’s back with a vengeance, and still more than willing to defend her old boss.
There has been a near-infinite amount of analysis about what role white working class voters played in Donald Trump’s victory. Maybe you would like some DATA? Not just your own worthless speculation, that’s wrong? Okay, read on.