Donald Trump's new campaign manager once insisted that rape could be eradicated if women were "as strong as men."
Director Rob Reiner used Donald Trump’s controversial speech about Mexican rapists to blast the GOP nominee’s Wednesday visit to Mexico. When Trump announced his bid for presidency in 2015, he had accused Mexico of “not sending their best” to the United States. “When...
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Jimmy Kimmel used a wacky shirt to demonstrate what it may be like for Republican voters who are feeling buyer's remorse over Donald Trump. In a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, 52% of Republican voters say they wish another candidate...Show More Summary
Vicente Fox, who was President of Mexico from 2000 to 2006, has been a sharp critic of Donald Trump's for much of the last year.
USA Today: Many of the wealthy Republican contributors who raced to write seven-figure checks to influence the nomination battle have shut their wallets on GOP nominee Donald Trump, directing their money instead to downballot contests or opting to sit out … Continue reading ?
Stephen Colbert dedicated Tuesday's "Werd" segment to Donald Trump and the candidate's recent "softening" on his immigration stance. The Republican presidential candidate is expected to explain his refurbished stance on immigration in...Show More Summary
A Democratic SuperPAC is slamming Donald Trump's new campaign manager over recently-resurfaced comments about women and rape.
That man is Donald Trump. Still to be determined is in what country these are manufactured. Trump is opposed to marriage equality, indicated earlier this year that he doesn’t object to anti-trans state laws like North Carolina’s HB2, and none ofthe 11 names he has floated as his potential Supreme Court nominees have established reputations [...]
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Anthony Weiner might've been come into the spotlight again now that his sexting has finally cost him his marriage, but then again, such news tends to get overshadowed by the omni-presence of Donald Trump.
Donald Trump's understanding of race and American political history is familiar. It's also very wrong.
Vicente Fox, the former president of Mexico, apologized on behalf of his country after the current president, Enrique Peña Nieto, announced that he would be meeting with Donald Trump on Wednesday. “He is not welcome to Mexico,” Fox told CNN’s Chris Cuomo. “I don’t...
In the midst of his ongoing Twitter battle with Trump, the former President of Mexico spoke to TIME
To the shock and wonder of many on both sides of the border, US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump announced this week that he would visit Mexico on Wednesday ahead of his much-anticipated speech on immigration, a trip confirmed...Show More Summary
Trump will meet with the Mexican president ahead of an Arizona speech on immigration
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox said on Wednesday morning that Donald Trump is "not welcome to Mexico" and apologized for current Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto's invitation. "We don't like him. We don't want him. We reject...Show More Summary
As GOP nominee Donald Trump heads to Mexico on Wednesday to meet with President Enrique Peña Nieto, back home, he faces a growing wall blocking his path to victory in November.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is trying to reassure voters that he’s not a racist. The success of his appeals could be a big factor in deciding the election. Trump is traveling to Mexico on Wednesday before intending...Show More Summary
Donald Trump continues to try to outrun his well-earned reputation as a racist and offer his supporters some cover as non-racists: "The Republican Party is the party of Abraham Lincoln. Not bad," said Trump, speaking at a rally in the Seattle suburb of Everett. Show More Summary