Tag Archives: white house

The longest night

Posted on by Ray Donoghue

In his final blog from Washington DC,  RTÉ News Deputy Foreign Editor Anthony Murnane reflects on the events of voting day and looks ahead to the second term for President Barack Obama. And so the ‘longest night’ comes to an … Continue reading

World’s media descend on US capital

Posted on by Ray Donoghue

Anthony Murnane, Deputy Foreign Editor, is in Washington where he assesses the situation facing the country’s 133 million likely voters on Election Day. Washington is a bustling city around election time. The world’s media has descended in ‘the Nation’s Capital’ … Continue reading

Virginia crucial to Romney’s battle plan

Posted on by Ray Donoghue

By Robert Shortt in Virginia It’s quiet, cold and the sun is shining. Washington DC is eerily calm. It’s a professional city, full of ambitious people caught up in the cut and thrust of politics and all of its attendant … Continue reading

Convention Shenanigans

Posted on by Richard Downes

By Richard Downes, Washington Correspondent Hurricane Isaac caused some problems for the Republicans in Florida and this week it is just a matter of rain. Storms, thunder and lightning are promised for Thursday, so the Democrats have had to shift … Continue reading