Listen to the latest Dick Morris Play-By-Play Podcast as Dick discusses Trump’s rise in the polls and explores the emerging dynamics of the race.
Plus, Dick goes in-depth on how Trump is paralyzing Hillary by messing with her head. Hear the special podcast by Dick Morris.
In one of the dumbest things any candidate for any office has ever said, Hillary Clinton told CNN’s Chris Cuomo that the primaries are basically over. “I will be the nominee for my party, Chris. That is already done, in effect. There is no way that I won’t be.”
Other than soothing her own anxieties by anticipating victory, her statement is nothing but counterproductive.
It tells her own voters not to bother to turn out and vote. She has, after all, already won she says.
Former president Bill Clinton’s outrageous statement that Poland and Hungary have decided that democracy “is too much trouble” and want to embrace “authoritarian” and “Putin-style leadership” to keep the “foreigners out”, is totally inaccurate and reflects a European Union-centric view of the Continent that is, itself, inimical to democracy.
Nothing could better underscore Hillary’s lack of the proper base of knowledge to be president than her statement that she would assign the economy and job creation to her husband. That admission of economic ignorance essentially says that she will continue as the de facto Secretary of State and let Bill resume his duties as president. But, this time, it is not Bill who is running for president.
Published on TheHill.com on May 17, 2016
Donald Trump is not only changing the Republican Party; he is causing an overall partisan realignment in America — one that impacts Democrats as well.
Listen to the latest Dick Morris Play-By-Play Podcast as Dick discusses the rebirth of the Conservative Democrat. Find out how Trump and Hillary remaking the political landscape.
Also, Dick goes in-depth on how Trump is gaining strength among the Sanders voters and how in May it has been Donald rising and Hillary falling. Hear the special podcast by Dick Morris.
Published on TheHill.com on May 10, 2016
The new Quinnipiac Poll showing Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton essentially tied in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania has sent the chattering class into collective shock.
Listen to the latest Dick Morris Play-By-Play Podcast as Dick discusses how Trump can win the Presidency now that Ted Cruz has bowed out of the race. Trump can stop Hillary, but what kind of plays can we expect both of them to make? And who should Trump choose as his running mate?
Also, find out why we’re seeing the downfall of ObamaCare. Hear the special podcast by Dick Morris.
Published on TheHill.com on May 3, 2016
To understand the incredible political journey of this year, it’s important to go back in history for guidance. And our time machine pulls up in 1952.
That election featured a determined drive by hard-line congressional conservatives to nominate Mr. Republican, as he was called, Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio — a man whose inbred conservative ideology is reminiscent of today’s Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.
The difference between Carly Fiorina’s and Hillary Clinton’s assent to prominence is an object lesson that compares that authentic and inauthentic models of feminism.
Carly earned everything she has gotten. She started as a secretary and worked her way up the corporate ladder — through twists and diversions — until she came out on top as the CEO of a Fortune 20 company, the largest tech company in the world.