Donald Trump may run into trouble in his own backyard if he does decide to run for president.
Guy Molinari, the former congressman, borough president and longtime Staten Island political powerbroker called the real estate magnate turned reality television star “a son of a bitch–and you can quote me on that” during a brief interview Read More
Chuck Schumer commented — or rather, declined to comment — today on Donald Trump’s possible presidential bid. Evidently, the senator believes in solidarity between New Yorkers.
“Donald’s from Brooklyn,” Schumer explained. (But wait, isn’t he from Queens?)
“I used to see his father driving the Cadillac that said ‘FT’ down Ocean Parkway when I Read More
A gaggle of reporters met Donald Trump this morning when his helicopter landed in New Hampshire and the real estate tycoon-turned-reality TV star took credit for pressuring President Obama to release his long-form birth certificate.
“I’m really honored and I’m really proud that I was able to do something that nobody else could do,” Trump Read More
Rudy Giuliani will return to Manchester, New Hampshire next month for a house party at the home of local macher Ovide Lamontagne.
The news was reported this morning by the New Hampshire Union Leader.
Last month, Giuliani spoke to the local G.O.P.’s Lincoln-Reagan Dinner, but aides were careful to characterize that visit as repaying Read More
In this week’s Observer, Azi and I looked at Donald Trump’s New York state political contributions, which favored Democrats over Republicans by a nearly two-to-one margin.
Not surprisingly, his New York City donations skew even more toward Democrats, and again, reflect a certain pragmatism more than any discernible political ideology.
Since the 1989 election Read More
In June of last year, before he began positioning himself as the most rabid Birther candidate for president on the Republican right, developer and casino operator Donald Trump gave $25,000 to the campaign of Kathleen Rice, the Democratic DA of Nassau County, who was the early front-runner to replace Andrew Cuomo as New York state Read More