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Dick Morris
The most prominent American political consultant, Dick Morris has become well known for his probing, insightful, hard-hitting and clear commentary on the FoxNews channel. With his wife, Eileen McGann, Dick has written fourteen books, including ten New York Times best-sellers.

Donald Trump is most likely to win the GOP nomination. But Ted Cruz definitely has a path to victory if he can win key contests. Trump’s current delegate lead over Cruz and John Kasich (Trump — 739, Cruz — 465, Kasich — 143) is more apparent than real. At some point, Marco Rubio is likely

Love him or hate him — and mostly they love him — Donald Trump’s candidacy will have increased Republican primary turnout by 14 million votes over the 2012 levels. With a bit more than half the primaries completed, 19.4 million people have voted thus far in GOP primaries, slightly more than the total of 19.3

One thing is abundantly clear: Neither political party will emerge from the 2016 nomination battle looking anything like they did when they began the marathon. Fundamental changes are now inevitable in both political parties. And they will be irreversible. These changes will not be so much in how the ethnic or geographic constituencies divide themselves

Episodic evidence suggests the possibility of a Donald Trump implosion during March. In the latest ABC/Wash Post poll, he wins 34 percent of the national vote — 4 points below his RealClearPolitics.com average of the last five polls — while Ted Cruz runs second with 25 percent — six points above his average Rubio runs

As Hillary Clinton underwhelms in Iowa, barely eking out of a tie with Bernie Sanders — a thought that would have been ridiculous six months ago — her supporters cling to the hope that she has a firewall in the later primaries due to her preponderance of support from African-American voters. While Sanders has been

The latest Fox News poll shows Bernie Sanders gaining 19 points against Clinton nationally among black voters. In the Fox News poll of January 4th, Hillary Clinton bested Sanders among black voters by 71-20. But on January 24th, Sanders had closed much of the gap and trailed by only 59-27. As Hillary Clinton fights to

Appearing on “Face the Nation” on Sunday morning, Hillary Clinton tried to rebut the charge that she instructed an aide to violate the rules for handling classified information by taking a secure fax message and “turning [a memo] into nonpaper w no identifying heading and send nonsecure.” An email to Jake Sullivan gave him that

As we revisit the exploits of Saturday Night Bill and listen to biographer Taylor Branch’s taped private rumination after his series of interviews with the former president, the obvious question arises: Was the 42nd president a sociopath? Sociopaths are often characterized as people who lack a conscience and never feel remorse about their actions, even

On the heels of polls showing Bernie Sanders chopping 15 points off Clinton’s lead in Iowa — narrowing her advantage to 50-45 — Hillary Clinton has sent out an email to her supporters today warning them to brace themselves for the chance that she might lose Iowa or New Hampshire. In a highly unusual email

Money doesn’t matter … much. In this year’s Republican nominating race, the standing of the candidates is in inverse relationship to the amount of money they have spent. Earlier this month, the front-runner, Donald Trump, had spent about $220,000 on television advertising. His runner-up, Ted Cruz, had invested just shy of $1 million. In third