Donald Trump’s campaign manager says the Republican presidential candidate won’t make the FBI’s new email discovery the “centerpiece” of his campaign against Democrat Hillary Clinton.
Ryan said Trump “gave a unique Donald Trump response to the status quo... I think he passed a number of thresholds.”
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson says he, “blanked” when he was asked about the name of Syria’s largest city.
WASHINGTON — Donald Trump’s immigration speech in Arizona last week may have gotten mixed reviews, but Trump says it was the “enthusiasm of the crowd” that inspired him.
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Donald Trump, in North Carolina, is stressing the need for stringent voter ID laws in the wake of a federal court ruling against the state’s restrictive voting law.
WASHINGTON — The parents of two Americans killed in attacks in Benghazi, Libya, say in a lawsuit that Hillary Clinton is responsible for the deaths of their children.
A group of 50 former GOP national security officials has signed an open letter opposing Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Those who signed worked for former Presidents Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush and say they are convinced that Trump would be “the most reckless president in American history.”
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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is threatening a floor fight over rules and platform planks at the party’s summer convention if the Democratic National Committee stacks the committees with supporters of Hillary Clinton.
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WASHINGTON — 8:15 a.m. Donald Trump says he believes transgender people should be able to use whichever bathroom they choose.
Presidential candidate Ted Cruz says talk of someone other than him or Donald Trump winning the Republican nomination at a contested convention is “nothing less than a pipe dream.”