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A White House quest that -- on paper -- should have taken off never did.

No Democrat should want this on his or her conscience.

The Iowa caucuses are tonight, and it seems as though Donald Trump is closing in.

There is such a desperate appetite among Republicans for a candidate who is opposite from President Obama in every way that a character like Donald Trump has been able to flourish.

“Progressives cannot win going forward without large and enthusiastic support from people of color.”

If folks already know he can’t control his campaign, staff or surrogates there is no need to entrust him with the Oval Office.

An editorial in today's Post said Bernie Sanders is “selling his own brand of fiction to a slice of the country that eagerly wants to buy it.” The Vermont senator was not amused.

Without Donald Trump on stage tonight, we are left with the group of candidates who should have been in the race in the first place.

Nothing about Hillary Clinton's campaign is fresh or appealing.

As much as I would love to see him run, I pray to God it doesn’t happen.

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