The former Florida governor’s decision to explore White House bid thrusts him to front of the pack.
A tight-knit group of longtime aides has been huddling with Bush in recent weeks, sketching out the look and feel of a possible campaign for the Oval Office.
The defiant former vice president told NBC he is confident the CIA program protected American lives.
The former Florida governor and his allies are sending increasingly strong signals that he’s gearing up for a campaign, asking others not to commit to potential rivals. Some are saying he could announce his intent within a month.
She is considering a legal firewall and exploratory committee amid signs she will wait until spring to announce.
A last-minute rider, crafted in secret, would allow donors to give millions more to party committees.
The measure would increase the amount individuals could donate to national parties tenfold.
Republicans weighing a potential White House run are finding that the party’s financial heavyweights are playing their cards close to the vest — and keeping their money in their wallets.
She may not yet be ready to announce her 2016 plans, but that hasn’t stopped fans and foes from launching Clinton-specific super PACs