The real story behind The Donald’s brief and bizarre career as an airline chieftain.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Set 'em up, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and lend an ear to the troubles of a presidential candidate. The front-runner for the Democratic nomination appeared on the season opener of "Saturday Night Live" as a wise bartender...Show More Summary
The latest predictions for the 2016 presidential election from a top analytics firm that has nailed every presidential race since 1980 shows that the final results of the race between the Democratic and Republican nominees will not even be a close call — despite predictions earlier in the summer that showed the 2016 race as... Show More Summary
Live from New York, it's the return of Hillary Clinton! Saturday night may have been the season premiere of Saturday Night Live with host and musical guest Miley Cyrus. But for many...
“Donald Trump? Isn’t he the one that’s like ‘huhh, you’re all losers.” https%3A//vine.co/d38b92a7-5a07-456e-a093-6914a249f405 The real Hillary Clinton just mocked Trump with killer impression on #SNL pic.twitter.com/afRZrCQ2QD — Will...Show More Summary
Donald Trump Packed the House at his Campaign Stop in Nashville, Tennessee Saturday. Donald Trump: "Just leaving Nashville, Tennessee. Had... The post Another MASSIVE CROWD for Donald Trump in Tennessee (Video) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Donald Trump whipped a Tennessee crowd into a frenzy Saturday when he declared that he had a gun license.
"Clearly, I don't hate immigrants," Trump (Taran Killam) said, referring to his wife. read more
SNL wasted no time in its season premiere tonight getting to the comedic goldmine that is Donald Trump's candidacy for the presidency.
“Donald Trump will not be the nominee,” Mitt Romney has said of the 2016 front-runner. Mitt Romney’s declaration of a lack of faith in Trump is not just a put-down – some would call it a betrayal. The Kansas City Star reminds us that Trump endorsed Romney in 2012 and contributed to his campaign. Show More Summary
Donald Trump says he believes questions about rampant gun violence in America have already been answered. Days after a disgruntled student killed nine people inside a classroom at Umpqua Community College in southwestern Oregon, the Republican primary front-runner says the answer to mass shootings like these is as simple as arming teachers. Show More Summary
Six students from Lowell High School north of Boston were suspended this week after participating in a racist group text chain about the newly-elected black class president that became public, the Lowell Sun reported. In a group text message titled “We Love Black People,” the students...
“I have a license to carry in New York… Somebody attacks me, they’re gonna be shocked.” — Donald Trump, quoted by the Washington Post, arguing that the nine people killed in an Oregon community college might have survived had they, [...]
FRANKLIN, Tenn. – Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump forcefully defended the constitutional right to bear arms here Saturday and argued that the nine people shot and killed this week in an Oregon community college might have survived had they, too, been armed. “If you had a teacher or somebody with guns in that room, you […]
(AP) — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is channeling 1970s action star Charles Bronson in defending Second Amendment rights in the aftermath of the shooting at an Oregon community college that left nine dead. Trump says that the Oregon shootings could have been averted if instructors or students had been armed.
What follows is an exclusive report on the first 100 days that followed Donald Trump's inauguration and after-party
There's an interesting article today by John Judis in the National Journal about the rise of the "Middle American Radical." These are essentially Donald Trump's voters and Ross Perot's voters,...
America needs immigrants, no matter what Donald Trump thinks, Junot Diaz said at the New Yorker Festival Saturday morning. The Pulitzer-winning writer spoke with fellow author, and immigrant, Aleksandar Hemon, and the pair got into Trump’s controversial opinions regarding the issue.“Without us this is a nation that falls to pieces,” explained the... More »
Donald Trump made it abundantly clear today where he stands on the issue of guns in talking about his own concealed carry permit.
The Paris Review has the story. Not surprisingly, Trump comes across better than the writer.