The closer one looks, the more difficult it is to distinguish between the Florida senator and the (former) Florida governor who is also running for president.
During the fourth Republican presidential debate hosted by Fox Business and the Wall Street Journal, Donald Trump received flak for his response to a question about the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) when Senator Rand Paul pointed out China was not part of the TPP agreement.
Justin Bieber is more powerful than any American politician, says music mogul Russell Simmons. According to Simmons, celebrities in general have a lot of clout with the Obama White house — but he says, “Bieber is who makes it pop.”
After three hours of majoring in minor issues during the fourth Republican presidential debate for 2015, post-debate polling showed little change among the candidates.
Pediatric neurosurgeon and 2016 GOP frontrunner Ben Carson has easily fended off most of the spurious attacks from the establishment press, but growing conservative outrage over the Carson campaign's recent announcement of support “with reservations” for Obama's deeply controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership deal may prove trickier. Ironically, the Carson camp claimed Carson supported the deal, dubbed “ObamaTrade” by critics, as a “counterbalance to China’s influence” just two days after the Obama administration publicly invited the brutal Communist Chinese dictatorship and Russia's Vladimir Putin to join the TPP as well. Among many of Carson's conservative supporters, the pro-TPP position is likely to be a bitter pill to swallow, if it can be swallowed at all.