New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is reportedly set to announce on Wednesday that he’s dropping out of the presidential race, returning to a home state that can’t stand him and re-embracing a Bruce Springsteen who still doesn’t want to be his friend.
After Tuesday night in New Hampshire, neither Carly Fiorina nor Ben Carson should be running for president anymore. Yet both of them still are, for some reason, and Fiorina is emphasizing how supremely pissed she’ll be if she’s not part of the next GOP debate. Let’s all sit back and wait for Carly to get supremely…
Last night, in front of thousands of people, Donald Trump stood on stage and called Ted Cruz a pussy. And while you are not supposed to say the word “pussy,” members of the media are especially not supposed to say the word “pussy.” So instead, they got creative.
On Monday evening, the Independent Journal captured a video of pro-pony presidential candidate Vermin Supreme asking Ted Cruz the hard questions through a bullhorn.
Donald Trump, a cartoon representation of Irritable Bowel Syndrome in a pharmaceutical ad, finally went ahead and called Ted Cruz a pussy from the stage last night, after a supporter in the crowd did it first. “It’s like a retweet,” he explained to the celebratory helium balloon hosts of “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday…
On Monday, February 8, in Manchester, New Hampshire, Timothy Kierstead, who identifies as gay, confronted GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio with one, pointed question: “Why do you want to put me back in the closet?”
On Saturday morning, Ben Carson greeted and thanked a few of his remaining campaign volunteers in his Manchester, New Hampshire headquarters. Jezebel was not allowed to witness that meeting, because the space had “reached capacity,” but we were permitted to wait in the front hallway, where Carson and his wife, Candy,…
At a packed town hall late Saturday morning in Bedford, New Hampshire, Jeb Bush struggled to wiggle out from underneath his establishment roots.
Today at a campaign stop in Manchester, New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton gathered a powerhouse crew of women who wear the pants, together: From left, New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI), and Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH).
On Friday morning, former New Hampshire state representative Marilinda Garcia introduced Carly Fiorina in the basement of Manchester’s Millyard Museum at an event called “Coffee With Carly.” Around 8:45 a.m., the guest of honor slid out awkwardly from behind a large “Take Our Country Back” sign to a few polite whoops.
It is snowing in New Hampshire. Like, so hard.
Plaid and pinstripes, marshmallows and celery, ketchup and fish—all pairs that famously clash. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders also famously clash, but not because of how they taste, because of their words and ideas.
This is a smart strategy! Jeb Bush is recovering from a cringingly awful day in Iowa by steamrolling into New Hampshire, and making a weird sex joke to a young future voter to distract everybody:
The New Hampshire House of Representatives has been an amazing repository for good ideas lately. In December, we had that fun incident where a female state rep was harassed by her male colleagues for condemning a sexist bill. Now, we have a couple of state reps bravely taking a stance against a new harassment policy,…
A group of four men recently introduced a bill into the New Hampshire State House of Representatives that would make it a misdemeanor for exclusively women to show their nipples.
A New Hampshire couple who divorced last year, but got back together, are not able to undo their divorce.
Without being privy to any inside information, it’s safe to say that Hillary Clinton would like to enter her spring without hearing another word about Bernie Sanders. Really messing that up for her: Live Free or Die New Hampshire, which is turning into a Sanders love-fest, even among undeclared voters.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie: just a boy standing in front of a state, pleading with that state to return his calls. The New York Times reports that in a bid to revive his struggling presidential candidacy, he’s launched a charm offensive on the state officials of New Hampshire, conducted mostly by text.