The former president dropped a few more hints about his much-anticipated political aspirations on a podcast, adding that he's already made a decision.
If Haley is correct in predicting that the Republican Party will move away from Trump, strategists say her recent break with the former president will bode well for her 2024 campaign.
Speaking to a Spanish newspaper, the ex-commander-in-chief said he would "support her…regardless of what her next goal is."
Pence, Romney and Fox News host Tucker Carlson are among the top 2024 GOP hopefuls for president, a new survey finds.
A new poll also suggests only about half of Americans believe people will agree on who is the legitimate president following the election.
Two phrases lingering at the top of Trump's association list included "peaceful transition" and "transition of power."
Speakers at this year's RNC are quietly being sized up by party strategists as potential 2024 presidential candidates, but GOP pundits say they're not making any bets until the day after President Donald Trump wins or loses.
A 63 percent majority of Americans say they don't view the president as religious, but a 55 percent majority of U.S. adults say Joe Biden likely holds to his Catholic faith.
Julian Castro says his brother will shave his head if people will donate $100K to his campaign within 24 hours, but some Twitter users say it is a desperate move.
The Democratic town hall meeting was marked by a call for lower medication prices and disruptions from a boisterous crowd.
"What could Donald Trump possibly be better than me at? An eating contest?" Yang said.
Pete has proven himself to be the best and brightest in the ever-growing field of 22 Democrats running to see who will take on President Trump.
A new exhibit explores how images, "from press prints to selfies," have played into presidential campaigns in the last half century.
Without a Republican Party, nothing stands between us and a veritable "Star Wars" barroom of presidential wannabes.
Justice Antonin Scalia's death puts all three branches of government in play.
Presidents can't make every decision themselves, or even supervise those who do make the decisions.
Something to keep in mind on GOP debate night.
They live in their own separate America and want to elect people who will represent them, not us.
The first GOP debate, hosted by Fox News, drew 24 million viewers.
Former "Face the Nation" host Bob Schieffer tells how he would quiz the presidential candidates.
Insurers and drug companies will remain in charge, whatever the candidates say.
Republicans are offering a choice between sanctuary cities and thousand mile anti-rapist walls.