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.
Listen to the latest Dick Morris Play-By-Play Podcast as Dick discusses Ted Cruz’ pick of Carly Fiorina as his VP. It’s now do or die for Cruz as he continues to trail behind Trump.
Published on TheHill.com on April 26, 2016
Thinks look bleak right now for Ted Cruz and for Donald Trump. Both will have to pass through a narrow eye of the needle to thread their way to the GOP presidential nomination. But one of them will do it.
There will be no white knight, and John Kasich’s fantasies of a nomination on the third or fourth ballot are just that: fantasies.
Here’s how Trump’s world looks.
Listen to the latest Dick Morris Play-By-Play Podcast as Dick discusses Donald Trump’s recent win in the New York primary and how he may be able to defeat Hillary.
Published on TheHill.com on April 19, 2016
Donald Trump’s rise and resilience is unique in our modern political history. He seems almost to be the default setting for the Republican primary voter.
All eyes are suddenly on Saudi Arabia’s role in financing the 9/11 hijackers. All except Hillary Clinton’s, that is.
Published on TheHill.com on April 12, 2016
Question: Why is John Kasich running for president?
Answer: To be Donald Trump’s vice president.
Question: So why is he still fighting for delegates?
Answer: To have a dowry to present to Trump in return for the VP nod.
Listen to the latest Dick Morris Play-By-Play Podcast to get the breakdown on the difference in strategies between Ted Cruz and Donald Trump.
After Cruz’ smashing win in Wisconsin, it’s on to New York. Will the Empire State break Cruz’ momentum and give Trump back his lead?
The key lies in the rules. Fourteen of New York’s ninety-five delegates will be elected at large and there remaining eighty-one will be chosen with three allocated to each of the twenty-seven congressional districts.