Tag: Eric Cantor

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Cantor: Moore ‘Deserves to Lose’

On Tuesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “New Day,” former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) stated that he believes Alabama Republican Senate nominee Judge Roy Moore “deserves to lose.” Anchor Chris Cuomo asked Cantor, “Roy Moore, the idea that the party

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Axios Reporter Predicts West Wing Dems Will Anonymously Say Breitbart a ‘Joke’

Axios national politics reporter Jonathan Swan, who earlier this week revealed that some of his White House sources were astonishingly clueless about the existence of The American Prospect magazine, believes that West Wing operatives (most of whom are Democrats) will anonymously, of course, try to downplay Breitbart News’ influence in the days ahead.

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Republican Rep. Coffman Runs Anti-Trump, Anti-Clinton Ads

Facing a re-election fight in a Colorado swing district, Republican Rep. Mike Coffman is slamming both major party candidates for President, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, in a new campaign ad released in both English and Spanish.

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Rep. Dave Brat: Global Elites Make Trade Deals That Don’t ‘Benefit the Average American’

On Tuesday’s Breitbart News Daily on SiriusXM, Congressman Dave Brat (R-VA) explained “the disconnectedness of government from the people, at all levels — elites making deals in Brussels, elites making trade deals in D.C., with foreign entities making decisions for our local small businessmen, who are getting put out of business by the day.”

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Supreme Court Dismisses Congressional Members’ Redistricting Case

Members of Congress cannot intervene to challenge or defend a legislative districting plan when they fail to show a court how the lines would impact the election chances of those members, the Supreme Court unanimously held in Wittman v. Personhuballah on Monday.

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Coulter: Ryan Is ‘The Next Eric Cantor’

Columnist and author of “Adios, America,” Ann Coulter declared House Speaker Representative Paul Ryan (R-WI) “the next Eric Cantor” on Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time.” Coulter said of Ryan, “He is so hated by the base. … He’s the

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New Clinton Email: Top Aide Cited Classification Laws to Hit GOP Leader

Hillary Clinton’s close associate, Sidney Blumenthal, told her that former Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA) might have committed a felony violation of the Espionage Act by disclosing classified information, according to email correspondence recently released by the State Department. That’s another problem for

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National Review Enlists Open Border Zealots to Trash Trump

National Review’s effort to take down GOP frontrunner Donald Trump has been billed as a symposium of “conservatives against Trump.” However, that billing may be undermined by the discovery that several of the contributors National Review relied upon to pen their anti-Trump manifesto are supporters of the open borders immigration agenda, which National Review itself previously declared would bring about the end American conservatism.

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Bloomberg’s Ramesh Ponnuru: Immigration Is the New Litmus Test for GOP

In a Friday Bloomberg op-ed, Ramesh Ponnuru details how “immigration is rapidly becoming a defining issue for American conservatism.” Ponnuru suggests that this may prove problematic for donor-class favorite Sen. Marco Rubio, who supports immigration expansions—which Pew Research says are opposed by more than 9 in 10 GOP voters.

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Eric Cantor: Anger Fueling ‘Salesman’ Donald Trump

Ex-House Majority Leader Eric Cantor – swept out by the Tea Party-backed Rep. Dave Brat (R-VA) – is now on the attack against it and GOP frontrunner Donald Trump, saying voters have an unrealistic expectation from a Republican majority in Congress and Trump is “absolutely not” a credible presidential nominee for the GOP.

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Eric Cantor: Boehner’s Conservative Opposition Lying About What GOP Could Accomplish

Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor pens an op-ed for the New York Times defending John Boehner, who announced his resignation from Congress on Friday. Further, Cantor attacks conservative media for demanding House Republicans under Boehner’s leadership fight harder and make fewer concessions to President Obama.

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Scott Walker Catches Fire In Virginia: Hillary Clinton Should Be ‘Disqualified’ From Being President

Speaking before a crowd of a couple hundred at a PWC Young Republicans cookout at the county GOP headquarters, Walker lambasted the Washington establishment and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. He said Clinton’s email scandal should mean she is “disqualified” from being president. He joked, too, that the leftwing Occupy Wall Street movement didn’t start on Wall Street—it started on his street in Wisconsin. Most importantly, Walker—who did slip a little bit in some recent polls as businessman Donald Trump has risen to become the clear GOP frontrunner—appeared to have a renewed level of energy and seemed to be having fun.