Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain said Monday that Mitt Romney could not win the presidential election in 2012 because he has not done a good job of communicating his religion, Mormonism.
“It doesn’t bother me,” Cain said in an interview with the Washington Times. “But I do know it is an issue for a lot of southerners. If you don’t win South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, you can’t win the nomination.”
Watch video, courtesy of the Washington Times, below:
Trump is ‘untethered to reality’ and his Thanksgiving rant proves it: CNN’s Berman
CNN host John Berman on Friday lit into President Donald Trump for going on an unhinged Thanksgiving rant about the 2020 election in which he once again falsely claimed that he won.
Berman in particular zeroed in on Trump's seething anger at Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason, who asked the president on Thursday if he'd concede that he lost the election.
Trump probably won’t try to pardon himself for one major reason
With less than two months remaining in his term, President Donald Trump may try to become the first president to pardon himself -- but there's a catch.
Rick Wilson and Molly Jong-Fast discussed the president's potential pardons, and the risks involved with granting himself a pardon, on their podcast "The New Abnormal," posted on The Daily Beast.
“The essential thing of a pardon is it involves the admission of a crime," Wilson said, "and so he has to admit that he violated the law."