Katrina Pierson is national spokesperson for Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump who has now been linked to a sex scandal involving Ted Cruz.
Pierson, a Republican activist, was mentioned in a National Enquirer story claiming extramarital affairs by her boss’s 2016 rival Ted Cruz. Neither Pierson nor the Cruz camp has commented on the rumors.
Born to a single mother, Pierson was given up for adoption, but her mother later changed her mind. After a rocky start to adulthood, Pierson became active in Republican and Tea Party politics, at one point even gaining the endorsement of Rafael Cruz, Ted’s father. Continue reading
Did Ted Cruz have a fling with Amanda Carpenter, a former Cruz communications director and CNN contributor?
Carpenter is trending today over the so-called “Ted Cruz sex scandal,” a story that recently appeared in the National Enquirer.
Chatter about the “scandal” stems entirely from a National Enquirer story that hit newsstands March 25 and has allegations of affairs with five women. The Enquirer ran pixelated headshots of five women that the tabloid claims had affairs with Cruz. Continue reading
Today Carly Fiorina is ending her run for the Republican presidential nomination.
Fiorina, a former Hewlett-Packard executive, made the announcement Facebook Wednesday after finishing seventh in New Hampshire’s primary.
“While I suspend my candidacy today, I will continue to travel this country and fight for those Americans who refuse to settle for the way things are and a status quo that no longer works for them,” Fiorina said in a post. Continue reading
Rand Paul has officially dropped out of the race for the White House Wednesday morning after finishing fifth in the Iowa caucuses.
Paul, a first-term Kentucky senator, finished Iowa with only 4 percent of the vote. In comparison, his father, former Rep. Ron Paul finished third place finish four years ago.
“It’s been an incredible honor to run a principled campaign for the White House,” Paul said in a statement. Continue reading
Nine Republican presidential candidates will take the stage tonight hoping to gain nods for the party’s presidential nomination. The event is taking place at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.
The undercard starts at 5:30 PM est and the main event, featuring frontrunner Donald Trump, runner-up Ted Cruz, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina, Chris Christie, John Kasich and Rand Paul, starts at 8:30 PM est. Wolf Blitzer is your moderator.
Viewers can tune in to CNN at 8:30 pm E.T. for the primetime debate. Continue reading
Some are saying that if you read the full text from NBC’s video claiming Donald Trump advocates a Muslim database, you’ll see it paints a much different picture than what the network and Trump distractors are asserting.
What do you think? Comment below. Reporter: “Should there be a database system that tracks Muslims who are in this country?”
Trump: “There should be a lot of systems, beyond databases. We should have a lot of systems, and today you can do it. Continue reading
During the GOP debate candidate Carly Fiorina was quick to soak up the audience cheers after saying, unlike Donald Trump, who had met President Vladimir Putin in a TV show green room, she had in-fact had a “private meeting” with the world leader. Let’s fact check that..
Here a recent clip of Fiorina talking to Jimmy Fallon where she clearly says she also met Putin in a green room.
So here we go again! And when we say “again” we mean Donald Trump is again the clear (early) winner of the ever trusty Drudge Report snap poll.
Other mentionables include Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio. Jeb Bush needed a strong showing tonight, however, according to Drudge’s polling numbers, that did not happen.
If you’re wondering, Ted Cruz got the most air-time at just over 13 minutes. Continue reading
Fox Business is hosting tonight’s GOP debate and in the process promised that they will avoid the problems of the CNBC affair.
Republican Party leadership bitterly objected to CNBC’s debate, calling them out for bias. In the fallout, the GOP suspended its partnership with NBC for another scheduled debate next year. LIVE STREAM.
How to watch: The eight candidates will take the stage for the prime-time debate Tuesday at Continue reading