"To solve this problem, we need new leadership," he said.
"I hope he has a lot of money, because it’s a very expensive process," Trump said.
O'Malley said America needs to try new leaders.
Clinton leads Sanders by two points in the Granite State.
GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina said late Thursday that Ben Carson and Donald Trump...
The GOP strategist says the debate shows Sanders can't beat Clinton.
The talk show host said the rapper should stop talking about women in politics.
"Bernie is hot," "The View" co-host says.
Bill Clinton sent a fundraising pitch to supporters to build off Hillary Clinton's performance.
“History was made tonite," Moore tweeted.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) says there is little that separates the two Dems.
“It will be the Rand Paul campaign’s version of ‘The Truman Show,’ ” said an aide.
Rick Harrison said he has alienated certain viewers by backing Rubio (R-Fla.) for the president.
Clinton receives 68 percent support, compared with 20 percent for Sanders.
The "confidante" told CBS Biden "could care less" about the "Democratic establishment."
He said he had to interrupt others or he would have been "a potted plant."
Clinton received a small boost after 56 percent of voters say she won the debate.
“It made me feel so sad that the Democratic Party has dropped so far," he said.
“It was more socialism, more pacifism, more weakness," he said.
Poll is a welcome sign for Trump, whose rivals are catching up in other early-voting states.
“This bull---t about her not seeming ‘warm’ enough is pure misogyny,” Wilde said.
The Kentucky senator says backing war in Syria is "a recipe for disaster."
Harvard law professor Lawrence Lessig is weighing an independent presidential campaign following...
Former Gov. Martin O’Malley (D-Md.) thanked one of his supporters with a guitar ballad released...