The GOP must suffer a massive defeat to be purged of the crazies that have taken control of it. That's why I voted for Trump, says Bruce Bartlett.
Ed Rogers, Chairman at Barbour Griffith & Rogers, and former Reagan-Bush advisor, discusses Thursday night's GOP debate and how the Republican party will go forward.
Meg Whitman, HP Inc. Chairman, Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO, and previous California gubernatorial candidate, speaks out against Donald Trump and his plans for the economy.
Democrats should not expect the path to the White House to be a cakewalk if Hillary Clinton faces Donald Trump, Bill Richardson says.
You get all the upside with Rubio and none of the downside, says former Gov. Tim Pawlenty, (R-Minn.), sharing his thoughts on the Republican campaign for the White House. It would be a new adventure for all of us if Donald Trump is the nominee, says Pawlenty. Pawlenty also warns against politicians attempting to steal away a Trump endorsement.
Former Gov. Tim Pawlenty, (R-Minn.), discusses Mitt Romney's criticism of GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump, and shares his thoughts on the future of the Republican Party.
It's probably the single best growth measure possible, says CNBC's Larry Kudlow explaining why he likes Donald Trump's tax plan. The biggest beneficiaries of the plan will be the middle income wage earners, says Kudlow. Also Kudlow shares his thoughts on Mitt Romney's harsh words against Donald Trump. The speech was very short on substance, says Trump.
The senators questioned Trump’s loyalties, his temperament and his ability to defeat Hillary Clinton in a standoff that descended into the vulgar.
Former Gov. Judd Gregg, (R-N.H.), and former Gov. Bill Richardson, (D-N.M.), weigh in on Thursday night's Republican debate, where GOP candidates took turns hurling insults. The simple fact is the numbers work in Donald Trump's favor right now, says Gregg. And Richardson makes a case for Hillary Clinton.
CNBC's John Harwood provides highlights from Thursday night's contentious Republican face off.
The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a story in the Wall Street Journal about the fighting within the Republican Party, and an article in the Financial Times about Japan's monetary policy.
It was pretty clear Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz came into this to try and bring down Donald Trump, says NBC New's Tracie Potts providing highlights from Thursday night's Republican debate.
Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, says he is feeling more confident that Hillary Clinton will become the next president of the United States.
Uncertainty is brewing from not having a single frontrunner in U.S. elections, says Jeff Powell from Polaris Greystone Financial Group.
"I could have said 'Mitt drop to your knees,' he would've dropped to his knees," Trump said of the 2012 GOP candidate.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reacts to Mitt Romney's comments on Donald Trump.
Former Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney gives his thoughts on Donald Trump.
Former Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney gives his thoughts on Donald Trump and his refusal to release his tax returns.
Former Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney gives his thoughts on Donald Trump and how Hillary Clinton must not become president.
Former Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney gives his thoughts on Donald Trump and his comments on Muslims and ISIS.