US President George W. Bush (L) and First Lady Laura Bush (C) are joined by daughter Barbara (2L), former US president George H. Bush (2R) and his wife, former first lady Barbara (R) watching the election returns in the White House residence 02 November 2004 in Washington, DC. With early election returns pouring in, Bush told reporters he was 'very upbeat' and predicted that he would defeat Democratic White House hopeful John Kerry. Asked during a very rare public appearance in the…
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John Kerry sniffs that criticism by special operators and intelligence professionals of President Obama’s disclosure of sensitive national security information reminds him of the Swift Vet attacks during the 2004 campaign. I’m happy to say that there is a resemblance.
"[W]hatever is going to happen is really here now — if only one could see it.” — H.G. Wells, 1916Americans are living through the dangerous effort to normalize the abnormal candidate who won the presidency with a record popular vote deficit of nearly 3 million ballots. Donald Trump has about the same popular support as losing candidates Michael Dukakis (1988) and John Kerry (2004). But that won’t slow him down.