The former House speaker, who has charted the most topsy-turvy course of any of the up-then-down-again candidates this presidential election cycle, says he could revive once more.
The former speaker’s latest condemnation drew criticism from members of his own party.
His new campaign video suggests the Federal Reserve has not disclosed its actions during the 2007-2008 economic crisis. Not so -- with a twist.
The prospective GOP nominee claims that more than $250,000 in debt was run up at Tiffany & Co. on a “normal,” no-interest charge account. The facts don’t add up.