New Hampshire has only muddied the waters further in this race for the presidential nominations
The Vermont senator has easily outpolled rival Hillary Clinton among young and blue-collar voters with his relentlessly liberal message of raising taxes, breaking up the big banks and offering government-guaranteed healthcare for all
This election is not so much a battle of ideas as an exercise in mudslinging which, to tender British ears, is rather shocking
All presidential candidates are under scrutiny during debate seasion
'New York should be a place where everyone, no matter their race, religion, creed, colour, can be priced out of their own neighborhood,' says fake Trump
This may actually make up for 'Mortdecai'.
Some 60 per cent of the electorate think the country is going in the wrong direction
Mr Trump enjoyed a huge margin of victory
Opinion polls before the vote predicted the pair would win the second state primary
Like father like son...
Former President Felipe Calderon said the proposed wall that Donald Trump wants to build between Mexico and the US is ‘crazy’
The business magnate attempts to turn attention back to his campaign
The sporting shocks come not only thick and fast, but in fat. Within hours of Leicester’s annihilation of Manchester City, the latest performance in the revival of One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest – technically: Republican primary debates – found obese rank outsider Chris Christie destroying odds-on chance Marco Rubio. It was hardly the first cushion-biting debate humiliation of the kind. Four years ago, Texan eighth wit Rick Perry reacted to forgetting a key campaign pledge with a silky “Oops!”. In the 1992 vice-presidential debate, Ross Perot’s running mate Admiral Stockdale – a ringer for Victor Meldrew’s older brother, who set his hat alight with the contents of his pipe – started by asking “Who am I? Why am I here?” And in 1976, Gerald Ford assured Americans that there was no Soviet domination of eastern Europe, and under his presidency never would be.
Mr Trump said he has to give credit to Kim Jong-un for dealing with generals and maintaining control after his father’s death
It will take a decade to change attitudes to food, and cooking has to be a central part of the school day, with compulsory school meals that pupils help to prepare
Once the music is out there, let politicians do what they like with it