Fator has edited out one prominent figure: President Donald Trump, a focal point of Fator’s regular stage show and also Christmas show over the past 3½ years. The Trump puppet, with his pop-up hairpiece, has been sidelined from both shows until further notice. (James Schaeffer / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
For the hundreds of campaign workers currently making the pre-caucus push in Nevada, the holidays can be a trying time. There is a lot of work to be done. Some campaigns are in an intense growth period, while others are struggling to hang on.
But it is also a time in which relative strangers from different corners of the country — people who may have never met otherwise — turn a shared belief in a political candidate into personal bonds that often survive well past Election Day.
Tom Steyer talks about how climate change is his number one priority if elected president, how the current way the government is run is broken and how he was the first candidate on stage to suggest impeached President Donald Trump.
How will the growing segment of nonpartisan or independent voters — those who have not registered with either political party, or who have left partisan politics behind — vote in 2020?
Andrew Yang stopped by the RJ Studio to join Rory Appleton and Steve Sebelius on the RJ Politics podcast. This episode is set to air Friday November 1st, 2019.
After an impeachment inquiry was opened on Donald Trump, Joe Biden talks with Review-Journal politics reporter Rory Appleton about Trump and his campaign in Nevada. (Angus Kelly & James Schaeffer / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Over the weekend, an Elizabeth Warren-supporting socialist who opposed gun violence used a
rifle to commit a mass murder in Dayton, Ohio. The media has downplayed that aspect of the
One of Donald Trump’s greatest strengths — his ability to shape national narratives — is also a great weakness.
Over the last two years, President Donald Trump’s Twitter feed was previewing many of the
findings of the just-released Mueller report. That’s both a good and bad thing for the president.
President Donald Trump spoke at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s National Leadership Meeting in Las Vegas and updated on Israeli relations. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)