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After months of saying how eager he was to release his tax returns, Donald Trump is now putting the issue to rest: A top aide to Donald Trump said Wednesday that the Republican presidential nominee “will not be releasing” his taxes. “Mr. Trump has said that his taxes are under audit and he will […]

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Ed O’Keefe, John Wagner, and David Weigel have the latest on the behind-the-scenes stage management of tonight’s official tallying of the vote: Hillary Clinton is set to become the first woman to be nominated for president by a major political party on a night that her campaign is hoping will reintroduce her to voters […]

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David Weigel reports that Bernie Sanders’ most fervent supporters have now decided that Bernie Sanders is an establishment shill: Sen. Bernie Sanders spoke to every one of his nearly 1,900 delegates Monday afternoon, beseeching them to join him in a united Democratic front for the November election. In an address that had been closed […]

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Kristin Salaky reports that the fun didn’t stop once the convention ended: Donald Trump took what was supposed to be a celebratory speech Friday thanking volunteers after the Republican National Convention and used it to skewer his rival Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), digging up virtually every high-profile feud the two had in the primary. […]

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Politico has the advance text of Donald Trump’s speech, so you can learn how awful everything is in America even before he tells us. Jose DelReal and Katie Zezima report that Ted Cruz is not backing down, and still controlling the news on the day of Donald Trump’s triumphant acceptance speech: Sen. Ted […]

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Luciana Lopez reports that the Trump campaign’s minority outreach continues to yield results…for Hillary Clinton: The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday endorsed Democrat Hillary Clinton, the group’s first-ever endorsement for a presidential nominee and a rebuke of Republican Donald Trump in the middle of his party’s convention. The Trump campaign “has gone […]

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They’re really running a highly skilled, super-competent operation over there at Trump HQ: The potential first lady’s address — the night’s highlight — was suddenly under attack because of apparent plagiarism. By morning, the campaign’s efforts at damage control added up to a series of conflicting explanations and calls for firings. The episode reopened […]

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Jonathan Martin reports that the first day of the convention got off to a friendly, unity-minded start: Donald J. Trump’s chief adviser used the first day of the Republican National Convention on Monday to excoriate Gov. John R. Kasich for not endorsing Mr. Trump, touching off a remarkably bitter exchange between the campaign of […]

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And it’s official — the Pencetastic portion of the Trump campaign has begun: Donald Trump announced Friday that he has selected Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate, ending days of feverish speculation and recruiting to the GOP ticket a soft-spoken and seasoned conservative who could help unify the divided Republican Party. “I […]

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Pence, shmence — are you ready for Kainementum? Feel the thunder: Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine on Thursday derided Donald Trump as a candidate who will be remembered for two things: “You’re fired” and Trump U. In his potential vice presidential audition alongside Hillary Clinton in Annandale, Virginia on Thursday, Kaine posed three questions to […]

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Julie Pace and Chad Day report that Donald Trump is keeping his focus on the issues that are important to America: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is seeking $10 million in damages from former senior campaign consultant Sam Nunberg, alleging that Nunberg leaked confidential information to reporters in violation of a nondisclosure agreement. In […]

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President Obama went to Dallas for yet another memorial service after yet another tragedy: President Obama sought to unify a nation left divided and raw by recent fatal shootings involving police officers, speaking Tuesday at a memorial service for five officers killed here and calling for understanding from both law enforcement and those protesting […]

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Donald Trump is sounding more like Richard Nixon all the time: Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Monday declared himself the “law and order candidate” while criticizing Hillary Clinton over the private email she used while secretary of State. “I am the law and order candidate,” Trump said at the top of his […]

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Hillary Clinton addressed the events in Dallas in an interview today, and offered something for everyone: Hillary Clinton on Friday called for the nation to come together in the aftermath of an ambush that killed five police officers in Dallas, Texas, warning that this “absolutely horrific event” — coupled with a series of recent […]

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When Donald Trump went to Capitol Hill today to smooth things over with Republicans, things didn’t exactly go as planned: Donald Trump’s private meeting Thursday with Senate Republicans — designed to foster greater party unity ahead of the national convention in Cleveland — grew combative as the presumptive presidential nominee admonished three senators who […]

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Robert Costa reports that one of the only non-crazy people Donald Trump was considering for a running mate has removed himself from consideration: Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), the chairman of the powerful Senate Foreign Relations Committee who has recently emerged as a finalist in the search for Donald Trump’s running mate, told The Washington […]

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You’ll be startled to hear that some Republicans are not quite ready to let the email matter go: Rep. Mike Turner (R-Ohio) became the first Republican to call for a new, independent investigation of Hillary Clinton’s use of email during her years at the State Department, saying in a statement that the defunct independent […]

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Patrick Healy describes what President Hillary Clinton’s first 100 days would be like: Should she win the presidency, Hillary Clinton would quickly try to find common ground with Republicans on an immigration overhaul and infrastructure spending, risking the wrath of liberals who would like nothing more than to twist the knife in a wounded […]

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Bill Clinton’s impromptu meeting with the Attorney General at an airport continues to Drive The Day: Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch said Friday she would accept the recommendations from career prosecutors and FBI agents leading the probe into the use of a private email server by Hillary Clinton during her time as secretary of […]

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Cultural conservatives have so many things to freak out over these days, we don’t want them to miss this: Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter repealed the Pentagon’s long-held ban on transgender people serving in the military Thursday, ending a year-long process that was bogged down by internal conflict and concerns among senior service officials […]

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