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The 2008 United States vice-presidential debate took place on O...

wikipedia - 09 Nov 2016
The 2008 United States vice-presidential debate took place on October 2, 2008, between U.S. vice-presidential candidates Sarah Palin, the Governor of Alaska, and Joe Biden, the senior Senator for Delaware, at Washington University in St. Louis, and was moderated by Public Broadcasting Service journalist Gwen Ifill. It was the first such debate to feature a female candidate since the 1984 vice presidential debate. The debate was watched by about 70 million viewers according to Nielsen Media Research,
united states vice presidential debate, 2008

Ron and Rand Paul Call Out Foreign Policy Hysteria

The American Conservative - 17 Jul 2018
Vice President Joe Biden dismissed Romney as a “Cold War holdover.” Hillary Clinton said Romney was “looking backward.” John Kerry said “Mitt Romney talks like he's ...
united states vice presidential debate, 2008

Wave of condemnation hits Trump after summit with Putin

Kansas City Star - 16 Jul 2018
House Speaker Paul Ryan weighed in to say there's "no question" that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election and "no moral equivalence" between the U.S. and Russia. "The president must appreciate that Russia is not ...
united states vice presidential debate, 2008

Republicans join Democrats in condemning Trump's remarks

Clarksville Now - 17 Jul 2018
C., tweeted that it was a “bad day for the US.” “This was a very good day for President Putin,” said Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., the chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee. He said Trump's refusal to condemn Russian interference in the 2016 election ...
united states vice presidential debate, 2008

The Next Generation of Republicans

Washington Post - 16 Jul 2018
Oddly enough, the person who appeared to be doing the most to shape the thinking of the new generation of Republican leaders was not the president of the United States — but Ben Shapiro, a 34-year-old anti-Trump conservative pundit who came up ...
united states vice presidential debate, 2008

There Is No Art of the Deal in Helsinki

The American Interest - 15 Jul 2018
There is nothing wrong in principle with meeting with the Russian President: diplomacy entails talking to your enemies, and, as Barack Obama noted in a 2008 debate with Hillary Clinton, talking to our adversaries in no way implies rewarding them. The ...
united states vice presidential debate, 2008

Where Is Barack Obama?

New York Magazine - 25 Jun 2018
It was a Tuesday morning deep in the mid-Atlantic summer, and, feeling a world away from the Pennsylvania Avenue grind, the former president was reading the New York Times on his iPad. The previous ...
united states vice presidential debate, 2008

The Alternative Candidates

THISDAY Newspapers - 15 Jul 2018
It took the president a while before he eventually decided to seek re-election and one of the reasons his decision was allegedly delayed was to wait and see who the opposition may field. The opposition too has kept its cards very close to its chest ...
united states vice presidential debate, 2008

Joe Biden and Sarah Palin debate, Oct. 2, 2008

Politico - 02 Oct 2017
On this evening in 2008, Sen. Joe Biden (D-Del.) and Republican Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin engaged for 90 minutes on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, in the sole vice presidential debate of the campaign. In the aftermath of ...
united states vice presidential debate, 2008

Hannity's double standard on North Korea, Trump and Obama?

PolitiFact (blog) - 15 Mar 2018
It says that in 2008 Hannity said that President Barack Obama's "willingness to meet with North Korea is one of the most disturbing displays of Obama's lack of foreign policy experience." But in 2018, Hannity said President Donald Trump's "willingness ...
united states vice presidential debate, 2008

No Room for Debate: Senate Floor Fight Over Immigration Is a Bust

New York Times - 15 Feb 2018
And in October 2008, Senator Joseph R. Biden Jr. of Delaware and Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska squared off for the right to preside over the Senate as vice president of the United States. “Can I call you Joe?” Ms. Palin asked in a more memorable moment.
united states vice presidential debate, 2008

The curse of the State of the Union response

CNN - 30 Jan 2018
Long dubbed the "curse" of the State of the Union response, lawmakers tasked with following the grandiose speech from the President have struggled to counter with the same gravitas, and some seem to have jinxed their own political aspirations down the ...

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