With his typical showmanship and a hint of the absurd, Donald Trump promised Thursday to forgo an independent bid for the White House if he loses his quest for the Republican nomination, a move that was aimed at easing worries of the party establishment but may only serve to boost his unpredictable,...
After Donald Trump claimed at a press conference today that Rick Perry was dropping out of the 2016 presidential race, Fox News asked the former Texas governor for a response. "You know a broken clock is right once a day," he said, managing to both mangle the saying enough to make... More »
Joshua Green: “The GOP has finally muscled its maverick front-runner, Donald Trump, into submission. A Trump adviser said on Thursday the billionaire has agreed to sign the Republican “loyalty pledge” he famously refused at the first debate in Cleveland last [...]
After signing the RNC's loyalty pledge on Thursday afternoon, Donald Trump called into the radio show of conservative host Hugh Hewitt, who will serve as one of the moderators at this month's GOP debate on CNN.
Donald Trump has made the vilification of undocumented Mexican immigrants his rallying cry to "make America great again", but hard data suggests that Trump's five most outrageous assertions about immigrants and Mexico are simply fal...
Fox News' Greg Gutfeld said today that Donald Trump should "stop running as Ann Coulter" and start running as someone like Margaret Thatcher.
Donald Trump loses nothing and gains everything by pledging he will not mount an independent campaign for president.
Today, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, launched a new digital campaign asking Jeb Bush, Scott Walker and Donald Trump to take a positionShow More Summary
Another day brings another poll with Donald Trump in the lead. According to a new Monmouth University poll of Republicans nationwide released Thursday, the real estate mogul leads the pack with 30 percent of the vote. His next closest competitor, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, takes 18 percent. Show More Summary
Rick Perry responding to a question from Fox News on Thursday about Donald Trump's claim that the former Texas governor is dropping out of the GOP race: "You know a broken clock is right once a day. The bottom line is I'm still here, I'm still working." Read more of Slate’s coverage of the 2016 campaign.
Donald Trump appears to tone down the rhetoric on the issue of legal immigration saying the most talented people from around the world should be welcomed to come to the US.
Donald Trump had a very special grand finale at his press conference on Thursday at Trump Tower in New York City. Moments after he seemingly finished his remarks and walked away from the podium, Trump returned to the microphone with a man at his side. Show More Summary
Table for two? Celebrity Apprentice runner-up Geraldo Rivera just hates the way people have "demonized" Donald Trump ever since the presidential candidate said that thing about Mexican immigrants being rapists and drug dealers. Rivera,...Show More Summary
Donald Trump joined me today: Audio: 09-03hhs-trump Transcript: HH: Joined now by Donald Trump. Donald Trump, welcome back to the Hugh Hewitt Show, it’s always a pleasure to talk to you. DT: Thank you, Hugh. HH: I would thought that today, this is our sixth interview, I’d turn to some of the commander-in-chief questions. Show More Summary
Like clockwork, Dr. Ben Carson’s rise in the polls, especially in Iowa, provokes an attack from Donald Trump. “I just think it’s a very difficult situation that he puts himself into, to have a doctor who wasn’t creating jobs and would have a nurse or maybe two nurses. It’s such a different world. I’ve created […]
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump announced that he ruled out running as a third party candidate in the 2016 US election.
The GOP presidential candidate loves his writing utensils thick, black, and capable of rendering his handwriting illegible.
Before Donald Trump signed his name to today’s Republican party pledge, he put his name on buildings. Lots of buildings. Sure, presidential candidates have owned real estate before. But no other candidate has been such an ostentatious developer of a real estate empire, with so many gilded phallic structures built in his likeness. Read more...
Thursday, The Donald signed a pledge stating that he will not run as an independent and will endorse whichever Republican candidate wins. Trump is pledging allegiance to the Republican Party and the conservative principles for which it stands, Trump says. Trump will go out and fight hard. Trump will win, says Trump. Trump has no […]