Donald Trump filed a $10 million lawsuit on Friday against chef Jose Andres for a breach of contract after the restaurateur cancelled plans to open a restaurant in Trump's new hotel in Washington, D.C., Washingtonian reported. Andres...Show More Summary
Earlier today, Business Insider's senior politics correspondent, Hunter Walker, revealed that a senior adviser to GOP front-runner Donald Trump published many racist and otherwise offensive Facebook posts. Specifically, the adviser,Show More Summary
Want to see a video about Donald Trump that tells you more than he'd like you to know? Here's the preview. You'll notice that the trailer for "Trump: What's the Deal?" mentions that the film was made "some years ago." A quarter of a century later, here it is. Show More Summary
Sam Nunberg, an adviser to Donald Trump's presidential campaign, deleted his Twitter feed in the wake of a Business Insider post that was published on Friday and revealed he has a history of posting racially charged and controversial updates on Facebook. Show More Summary
Rev. Al Sharpton told Business Insider that a series of comments that were posted on Facebook by a top adviser to Donald Trump's presidential campaign are "as racial as you can get." The Facebook updates were published by Sam Nunberg, a communications consultant on Trump's campaign. Show More Summary
Donald Trump isn't the only person associated with his presidential campaign who has a tendency to make controversial comments about minorities. Sam Nunberg, one of Trump's political advisers, has a personal Facebook page that features notes he's posted since 2007. Show More Summary
A new Marist Poll finds Hillary Clinton edges Jeb Bush in a potential general election match up, 49% to 43%. But in a three-way race with Donald Trump as an independent, Clinton crushes Bush, 44% to 29%, with Trump getting [...]
Another thing Donald Trump is totally wrong about. Paul Krugman turns his attention to China in Friday's column, and determines that despite Donald Trump's assertion that China is "eating our lunch," the country's leaders have no idea what they are doing. Show More Summary
Also, Donald Trump piñatas arrive in the Mission, BART is shut down between the East Bay and SF all weekend, and Muni stops underground service early starting tonight. [ more › ]
What was it that motivated Donald Trump to disparage John McCain's war record and question his level of heroism? Was it self-aggrandizing hubris? Or stupidity about the real nature of military service (of course, Trump never served in...Show More Summary
New York City, Miami, Los Angeles are part of a tiny spirits brand’s efforts to make a big political statement. On July 16, when Donald Trump announced his candidacy for President, he made a speech that included the following proclamation: The U.S. Show More Summary
Donald Trump has something new to crow about.
Cuban has praised Trump’s bid for the White House
Republican candidates and their aides are locked in preparations for next week’s inaugural debate, but one thing they can’t control for is Donald Trump, whose presence is likely to dominate a substantial part of the debate. Strategies range from direct engagement and mockery to trying to fly under the radar, and are largely dependent on…
Donald Trump has changed the rules of campaigning. In no area has he done more pioneering work than in the field of insults. He has insulted countries, political opponents, senior Republican leaders, and entire classes of people—from Mexican immigrants to POWs. Show More Summary
Donald Trump is many things -- a demagogue and a pompous blowhard, a braggart and a race baiter -- but in the end, he's nobody's fool, except perhaps his own. Thus, his recent lauding of Sarah Palin and his hiring of her former Chief...Show More Summary
Dear Donald Trump, Let me start by saying that this is not a love letter. You might expect it to be, as you've historically assumed that women are flirting with you, consciously or not. I'm writing this because I really think someone...Show More Summary
The thing that is causing Donald Trump's surge in the polls is the same one that will ultimately confound him in his pursuit of the presidency: The fundamental nature of what happens when a private sector mogul collides with presidential pursuits. Moguls have a few personality traits in common. Show More Summary
You may have heard yesterday that Donald Trump was talking about giving kids rides in his luxury helicopter at the Iowa State Fair, which begins on August 13. The authorities...
Mark Cuban would consider being Donald Trump's running mate because The Donald is changing the game.