Keller @ Large: Donald Trump's Imaginary CabinetBefore this race drains away any trace of amusement, let’s have some fun by filling Trump’s imaginary cabinet with some real Hollywood-style glamor.
Keller @ Large: The Negative Campaign To End All Negative CampaignsThe negative campaign to end all negative campaigns is underway. Jon Keller says it's the negatives that matter most.
Kasich Ends Bid For Republican NominationThe last man standing in Donald Trump's path to the Republican nomination, Ohio Gov. John Kasich ended his campaign Wednesday, making Trump the party's presumptive nominee.
Baker Not Voting For Donald Trump Or Hillary Clinton"I'm not going to vote for Mr. Trump, and I sincerely doubt I'll be voting for Hillary Clinton either," the governor said Wednesday.
Keller @ Large: May The Least Horrible Candidate WinJon says six months of fear and loathing lie ahead.
Ted Cruz Exits Republican Race For PresidentTexas Sen. Ted Cruz ended his presidential campaign Tuesday, eliminating the biggest impediment to Donald Trump's march to the Republican nomination.
Keller @ Large: Expect A Nasty General ElectionThe general election campaign is already underway and you can tell what it’s going to be like.
Keller @ Large: Panel Talks Trump, Clinton In PrimariesFreelance writer Joanna Weiss and veteran political consultant and analyst Charlie Manning sat down with Jon to talk about the primary races, Donald Trump, and Hillary Clinton.
Mass. Republicans Elect 27 Delegates For ConventionAt least 22 of the 27 delegates elected Saturday were included on Trump's slate of preferred delegates, which could help him avoid losing votes on a second or subsequent ballot at the convention.
Keller @ Large: Casual Sexism Won't Help TrumpDid Donald Trump shoot himself in the foot with his dismissal of Hillary Clinton as having "nothing going on" except her gender?
Keller @ Large: What The Primaries Told UsIt seems as good a time as any to reflect on what message the two parties are sending with their choices.
Trump Pulls Off Clean Sweep Of 5 Northeast PrimariesDonald Trump swept all five Republican primaries Tuesday. Hillary Clinton was dominant in Democratic contests in Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania.

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