Donald Trump, who canceled a campaign appearance in Miami on Friday, called for restoring "law and order" and "the confidence of our people to be safe and secure in their homes and on the street" after five Dallas police officers were killed in a sniper ambush on Thursday.
Donald Trump complained Thursday that bitter attacks by many establishment Republicans made him feel "in some ways like I'm running against two parties."
Hillary Clinton's campaign Tuesday tapped former President Bill Clinton in a fund-raising email asking potential contributors to "picture Donald Trump in a crisis."
Ethan Miller / Getty Images w.soundcloud.com Republican Sen. Dean Heller from Nevada says Donald Trump could win his endorsement by doing one simple thing."I'm just waiting for him to make some good decisions," Heller told KOH radio's Dan Mason Show. "You know,
Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren is tearing into Donald Trump, calling the presumptive Republican presidential nominee a "small, insecure money grubber" and "thin-skinned racist bully."
“I was for something, but I wasn’t for what we have right now.” View Video › Donald Trump admitted on Sunday that he supported some type of U.S. intervention in Libya in 2011, but qualified that he never supported "strong intervention." Trump has claimed
Donald Trump Friday beat back Hillary Clinton's attacks on his temperament, charging that "I don't have thin skin" and that "we need a strong temperament in this country."
“Is that who we want our kids looking up to?” Doug Pensinger / Getty Images w.soundcloud.com Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, a Democrat, says he believes the tightening of the race between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton is
“No way this comes out, where he remains the leader, where the United States wins. In other words, we lose. Any scenario where he stays in power — he can negotiate some kind of a treaty — any scenario where he stays in power, we’re the losers.”
Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire CEO of the Las Vegas Sands casino group and longtime conservative political supporter, has endorsed Donald Trump for president and is urges House Speaker Paul Ryan and other reluctant Republicans to follow his lead.
Kevin Lamarque / Reuters WASHINGTON — Republicans on Capitol Hill tried hard to make nice with their presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump in a series of meetings Thursday.Speaker Paul Ryan, who said last week he wasn't ready to endorse Trump, laid the groundwork for an eventual endorsement, calling his
Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump shot back at criticism from former Defense Secretary Robert Gates Wednesday, saying Gates was disloyal to his former bosses in his memoir on his time in the White House.Gates on Sunday addressed Trump's foreign policy...
“What does she want me to do, tell him I don’t want his endorsement? Should I do that? You think I should do that? I don’t think so.” w.soundcloud.com Donald Trump responded to criticism from Carly Fiorina that he was touting in Indiana