If Trump is still high in the GOP polls in a month or so, the Republicans can consider themselves to be all but finished.
Even though I can't make a run, I can still demand genuine leadership from my next president.
His call to reform lobbying laws is a positive step, but he should start with his campaign.
Sanders is "too extreme" because he's not willing to take contributions from a billionaire like Trump.
His comments about John McCain are nauseatingly unpatriotic.
Trump overstates his own crowd size and criticizes the Vermont senator on VA issues.
Let's look at real numbers.
The trouble with candidates who "tell it like it is" is that they're polarizing.
Trump is an outside-the-box candidate, just like Reagan was in his campaign for president during the Iranian hostage crisis.
She has become a political sponge, taking on and absorbing key issues.