Lindsey Graham

What Donald Trump voters really care about and why he can’t help them

For Donald Trump’s backers, it all boils down to one thing – Trump is a smart, blunt-talking businessman who has succeeded his whole life and will fix things. He’s from outside the system and that’s enough. He’ll make great deals whereas all the previous government leaders have been too stupid to know a good deal if it smacked them across the face. But the Trump candidacy is a ruse. There’s only one candidate who can truly deliver on what they want.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Establishment’s last shot fails to bag Ted Cruz

Thursday's debate proved there's plenty of life without Donald Trump. Plus, Crazy conspiracy theory: Trump is looking for an exit strategy; Death March of the undercard former Iowa winners; Candidates enjoy a seven-on-none power play against Trump, don’t even shoot the puck; With Trump gone, it was kick Ted Cruz night; Establishment vs. establishment, everyone loses, and, Summing it up – let’s get it started already.

Trump's Big Reveal

We like Trump's populist message, and so far Trump’s many flip-flops, inconsistent positions and bombastic personal attacks on his opponents haven’t hurt him, but last night revealed a Donald Trump that was anything but a selfless patriot – and the crowd didn’t like it much.

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Donald Trump won the Fox Business debate, but is he eligible?

Donald Trump narrowly “won” Thursday night’s debate, but Ted Cruz held his own. Plus, Time to end the undercard debates; Trump and Cruz’s exchanges were entertaining but with no resolution; Why Ted Cruz feels so comfortable in debates; Ben Carson is the Republican race’s good guy with a troubled campaign; Establishment melt-down. Jeb disengages but Christie and Rubio jump in, and, Summing it up – time for choosing is at hand.

SPECIAL REPORT: Cruz and Trump dominate the lead-up to Iowa Caucuses

In this very unusual Republican primary election, the contest looks to be a fight to the end between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz in Iowa. In a stark departure from past years, there doesn’t appear to be a significant establishment contender in the state.