Businessman Donald Trump moved to trademark his potential 2016 presidential campaign's catchphrase more than two years ago. And — according to a Daily Mail story published Tuesday — the real estate mogul and television personalityShow More Summary
BYRON YORK: Taking Donald Trump Seriously.
Reaction is pouring in from across Hollywood and across the sports landscape when it comes to Tom Brady's four-game suspension. The reigning Super Bowl MVP was slapped with a very harsh penalty by the NFL today for "conduct detrimental...Show More Summary
Everyone, but everyone, has an opinion on the NFL’s announcement that it would take the rare step of punishing a star player and his team Monday, suspending Tom Brady for four games and fining the New England Patriots $1 million and taking away two draft picks. The takes were hot — so very, very hot. […]
Donald Trump tells Rickie Fowler's critics to 'go to hell'
Rickie Fowler’s victory at the 2015 Players Championship was a satisfying one for Fowler, mainly because it happened the same week a (...)
“I have the biggest crowds, I get the biggest standing ovations, and then I read these sleaze-bag reporters. And they say, ‘Donald Trump had a smattering of applause.’ A smattering – and they’ll say about some guy that’s a loser [.....
It seems Donald Trump is closer than ever to officially (and finally) announcing that he is running for president in 2016. Or he may just keep hinting at it until the end of time. Who knows? According to a new Bloomberg Politics/Saint Anselm New Hampshire poll, Trump is currently in fifth place among potential Republican presidential candidates. Show More Summary
GREENVILLE, S.C. — Donald Trump showed up to the Freedom Summit on Saturday and gave a speech that was, well, all over the place. It's unclear whether he planned his talking points, but if he did, this would have been the list: Tell a heckler: "You're fired." Bash politicians. Accuse Scott Walker of stealing your theme, "Make America Great […]
Donald Trump’s latest Mexico rant is too stupid funny to be ignored. “Mexico will not be taking advantage of us. They will not be having open borders. And the greatest builder is me. And I would build the greatest all … Continue reading ?
A new Bloomberg Politics/Saint Anselm New Hampshire Poll finds Sen. Rand Paul and Gov. Scott Walker leading the GOP presidential field with 12%, followed by Jeb Bush and Sen. Marco Rubio at 11%. They are followed by Donald Trump at [...]
US business magnate and billionaire Donald Trump lashed out at the Obama administration over the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiated between 12 Pacific countries saying the deal will be a "disaster" for US businesses.
Donald Trump, claiming credit for coining the phrase “make America great again,” accused Governor Scott Walker (R., Wis.) of plagiarism. “I can come up with other themes, but so can they,” Trump said at the South Carolina Freedom Summit, before mentioning Walker. Show More Summary
Many 2016 Republican presidential candidates have gathered in South Carolina today for the South Carolina Freedom Summit. Scott Walker, Marco Rubio, Rick Perry, Donald Trump, Ben Carson, and Carly Fiorina are among the scheduled speakers.
... developers may be building record-breaking towers even though they know they are economically inefficient. There is, after all, a certain cachet to having a very tall building with your name on it. In 1998 Donald Trump, a magnate,...Show More Summary
By Laura Vecsey Trump’s Former Connecticut Home For Sale The Greenwich estate where Donald and first wife Ivana Trump raised their three young children is up for sale again. The 5.8-acre spread in one of the wealthiest ZIP codes in the country is priced at $54 million. Ivana was awarded the estate in [...]
When asked if he noticed the crowd following him, Trump said, "I don't notice them too much"
Fox & Friends, which has single-handedly propped up Donald Trump's as-of-yet non-existent 2016 presidential campaign, produced a four-minute faux-advertisement for the real estate mogul, in which the questions approached the IRL version of "Mr. Burns: your campaign seems to have the momentum of a runaway freight train. Why are you so popular?"
This reminds me of that old joke about the definition of mixed emotions: Watching your mother-in-law drive off a cliff -- in your new Mercedes. Yes, The Donald is going after fast-track and the TPP. Well, I'll take it where I can get...Show More Summary
Donald Trump's claim that she was taunting Muslims with her anti-Islam events, American Freedom Defense Initiative head Pamela Geller wondered whether Trump would have also told Rosa Parks to go to the back of the bus.