Donald Trump wasn’t a dazzling debater in 2016. His ace in the hole was to take America’s side on immigration.
Donald Trump wasn’t a dazzling debater in 2016. His ace in the hole was to take America’s side on immigration.
Breitbart Texas team members travelled to the nation’s capital for an immigration briefing hosted by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS). Following a reception featuring Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL), three Breitbart journalists agreed to an interview with Peter “DaTechGuy” Ingemi at The National Press Club.
Franklin Graham greeted thousands who were gathered by the south steps of the Texas Capitol in Austin for this stop on his Decision America Tour 2016. Graham is traveling through every state in the country he says “to challenge Christians to live out their faith at home, in public and at the ballot box.” He is also sharing the Gospel.
Texas’ senior U.S. Senator says that building a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border is not the solution to border security. John Cornyn said during a tour of the border on Tuesday, “It’s more than just physical obstacles.”
If GOP frontrunner Donald Trump wins next week’s March 22 winner-take-all primary in Arizona, his chances of securing enough delegates to wrap up the Republican nomination for president on the first ballot at the party’s July convention in Cleveland, Ohio will improve significantly. But the results of the majority-take-all Utah caucus held on the same day could change that trajectory.
GOP presidential hopeful and Texas Ted Cruz greeted a hometown crowd on this third big night in the 2016 Republican presidential race.
The former First Assistant for Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is aligning with his former boss, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, but instead of working directly for him again, he will serve as the executive director for a super PAC supporting his presidential campaign.
Republican presidential candidate and Texas Senator Ted Cruz greeted 1,200 excited followers in his hometown and told them, “Donald Trump does not get to exploit the immigration laws and take advantage of American workers, and then pretend he is going to be a champion for American workers.”
Republican candidates in the Texas House District 128 race are trading political hits over whether the incumbent, Rep. Wayne Smith (R-Baytown) is in favor of tolling the Fred Hartman Bridge. Challenger Briscoe Cain says Smith’s record suggests he wouldn’t be opposed to the idea.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greeted over 7,000 supporters in Oklahoma and asked them to get out and vote on Tuesday saying, “I promise we will start winning again.”
GOP presidential candidate and Texas Ted Cruz spoke to a packed house at the Harris County Lincoln-Reagan dinner. There were more than 1,200 Republicans gathered to hear their fellow Houstonian.
Welcome to Breitbart News’s daily live updates of the 2016 horse race. It’s moving day today, especially for Republicans, as the South Carolina primary will reshuffle the GOP field. Polls have closed in South Carolina as Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio battle for the top three slots. Hilary Clinton beat Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) in Nevada earlier in the afternoon.
At a campaign rally in Beaufort, South Carolina early Tuesday evening, GOP frontrunner Donald Trump blasted President Obama’s statement earlier in the day that he “continues to believe Donald Trump will not be president.”
At the Republican primary debate on Tuesday, Republican front-frunner Donald Trump invoked Israel’s security barrier, noting that it could serve as an example of how countries can successfully protect themselves against infiltrators. Although Israel built the barrier to fight terrorists,
A new social advertisement for Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz takes aim at the left media bias that was blatantly on display during the CNBC Presidential Primary Debate. The ad blasts CNBC and highlights Cruz’s response that led to one of the biggest crowd reactions of the debate.
“The President thinks our greatest threat is a sunburn, not a beheading,” said Mike Huckabee at a presidential forum in Texas on Sunday. The Republican presidential candidate was referencing the administration’s belief that climate change is one of the biggest threats to our nation.
Dr. Ben Carson told a group of more than 7,000 evangelical Christians and political activists that Congress must stand up and exercise its power given to it by the Constitution or face being run over by an out of control executive branch and legislative branch. He challenged congressional leaders to find courage in dealing with the current administration and judicial activism.
Carly Fiorina told those gathered at a presidential forum at a church in north Texas on Sunday, “We need a leader that will point things out to the American people.” She condemned the present administration for being silent as Christians are being persecuted, and she said she has been able to influence how Planned Parenthood and their activities are viewed.
Before a packed crowd of more than 7,000 evangelical Christians, Senator Ted Cruz asked his fellow Republican candidates where they were when it came to defunding Planned Parenthood and fighting against the Washington, D.C. cartel. Cruz was responding to a question about this election being about outsiders and fighting Washington.
At least two Republican presidential candidates will stand with Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. During Wednesday’s CNN’s Republican presidential debate, candidates were asked about the proposed changes to the $10 bill and the woman with whom they would prefer to replace the country’s first treasury secretary.
home field advantage isn’t in Fiorina’s favor according to a recent poll of California Republicans in which Fiorina ranked fifth out of the GOP field, with only five percent of the GOP California voters supporting her candidacy.
Former Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) delivered a fiery religious speech tying his beliefs to the anti-Washington message of his presidential campaign, and seeking to tap into some of the anger and unrest among Republican primary voters. He joined a crowd of over 10,000 in Columbia, South Carolina, this weekend for a religious liberty rally on the steps of the state capitol.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Speaking before an energetic audience of 3,600 conservative activists on Friday afternoon at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-FL) called for term limits and lobbying restrictions for all elected officials.
In a call to the Republican Party to “man-up” and boldly stand up for conservative principles, while instilling them into national policy, Jindal says the “bad news” is that Walker’s newly released proposal “provides universal coverage with a guarantee of government coverage for everyone.”
Jeb Bush’s presidential campaign and supportive PACs made headlines for raking in a combined total of about $120 million — more than double that of any of his Republican competitors — and the Bush name was incredibly helpful in raising those funds. A new analysis of Federal Elections Commission (FEC) records shows that more than half of Bush’s campaign war chest comes from donors who have previously donated to Bush’s father, former President George H.W. Bush, or his brother, former President George W. Bush.
There is still no word on when the campaign might be able to resume paying staff, or what fundraising threshold they want to meet first. Still, with the millions of dollars the PACs have to spend, and the campaign funds remaining sufficient to support Perry’s travel schedule, he should be able to sustain the campaign for several more months.
Iowa based conservative talk radio host Steve Deace announced on his radio program today that he is endorsing Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) for the Republican Presidential nomination.
In an appearance at the Iowa State Fair on Tuesday, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) criticized Donald Trump’s immigration plan—specifically the proposals to end birthright citizenship and deport the millions of illegal immigrants in the U.S.—as “not workable” and “not realistic.”
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina has been winning over new fans with her no-nonsense, straightforward way of answering questions. So to attack her, the liberal website Slate included only part of a quote and ignored the context, attempting to paint Fiorina as an anti-vaccine nut.
After the campaign of former Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) had to suspend staff pay, Team Perry is remaining loyal and standing by their candidate.
In a statement issued by the campaign shortly after that announcement in Franklin, the Cruz campaign noted that the $1,092,157 raised “in the 100 hours since the first debate” came from over 10,000 contributions. “Online contributions averaged $54.77. Our webpage had 295,911 page views. Our posts on Facebook generated 20,457,661 impressions. Our tweets generated 12,332,304 impressions,” the statement said.
Backlash against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump for his comments attacking Fox News Channel anchor Megyn Kelly has led to several of his competitors criticizing him and an invitation to speak at the RedState Gathering rescinded late Friday. As Breitbart
The top social media moment during the first GOP primary debate was between New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) on their disagreement over the NSA and the Patriot Act, according to Facebook.
“When life hands you lemons, make lemonade,” the saying goes. What Carly Fiorina did Thursday night, when her ranking in the GOP primary polls gave her the “lemon” of the undercard debate, was the equivalent of opening a lemonade factory.
Scott Walker, John Kasich, and Bobby Jindal have enlisted their states in a legal challenge to Obama’s new EPA coal power plant regulation.
More than 70 percent of voters approve of the first GOP primary debate set up, where the top 10 candidates are on a separate debate stage as the other seven candidates, according to a new poll.
With former Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) narrowly missing the top ten cutoff to be invited to the main Republican debate this Thursday, his campaign and PAC supporters remain determined and confident that he will prove to be a competitive candidate.
Fox News determined the top ten GOP presidential candidates that will take to the main debate stage on Thursday based on the average of five national polls, but a veteran Republican strategist exclusively told Breitbart News that the margin of error within each poll could impact the ranking, especially for the last few slots in the top ten.
A letter sent to GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina’s supporters on Monday reminded them that the top ten candidates will be announced Tuesday for the first GOP primary debate aired at 9 PM eastern on Fox News this Thursday.
Perry and Trump have been engaged in a rhetorical battle for weeks. At the end of Perry’s speech Wednesday at the Yale Club in New York City, he was questioned about Trump’s remarks. Grinning as he listened to the question, Perry quipped, “Let’s get a pull-up bar out there and see who can do more pull-ups,” as the audience roared with cheers.