Tag: Bill Kristol

Kristol: I’m Not Leaving GOP — I Like the Party, Just Not Trump

Monday on Newsmax TV’s “The Steve Malzberg Show,” Weekly Standard Editor Bill Kristol, a self-described member of the “never Trump” movement, said he is not leaving the Republican Party over his dislike of the presumptive party presidential nominee Donald Trump,

Horowitz: The ‘Never Trump’ Murder-Suicide Pact

What Erickson and his fellow saboteurs, led by Mitt Romney and Bill Kristol, want is for the Republican Party to block Trump and repudiate the record number of Republican primary voters who nominated him. This would actually be a Republican suicide in November – one that would indeed “murder the nation.”

Bill Kristol: I’m ‘Afraid’ Trump Could Win

Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol commented on Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s chances in the general election and said that he was “afraid” presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump could win. Kristol said, “You know, it’s so interesting

Buchanan: ‘Kristol Is Making Himself Look Ridiculous’

On this weekend’s broadcast of “The McLaughlin Group,” conservative commentator Pat Buchanan weighed in on Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol’s possible third-party “Never Trump” candidate National Review contributor David French. Buchanan and the rest of “The McLaughlin Group” panelists dismissed

Flashback: Kristol Third-Party Candidate Said He Would Vote for Trump

On January 22 during the “HuffPost Live” webcast, senior staff writer from National Review David French, who has been identified as the possible third-party candidate Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol has been pushing to challenge the presumptive Republican presidential nominee

Mika Brzezinski: Bill Kristol Needs to Take a ‘Long’ Vacation

Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” co-host Mika Brzezinski reacted to reports that the third-party candidate Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol had been pushing is National Review’s David French. Brzezinski suggested a Kristol take a vacation, seemingly dismissing the seriousness of French’s