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Senator Charles Grassley and State Chairman Jeff Kaufmann Energize Iowa Supporters

“Trump! Trump! Trump!” “Who are we? Deplorable! What are we? Proud!” Those were a few of the chants that echoed through Downtown Gilbert Friday morning as a crowd gathered to rally in support of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr., congressional candidate Andy Biggs and Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch spoke to the

Melania Trump and Ted Cruz hit trail as surrogates for Donald

Melania Trump and Ted Cruz both made their post-convention debut as Donald Trump surrogates on the campaign trail Thursday — though the Texas senator and former primary contender managed to do so without mentioning his party nominee by name.  Cruz joined Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence on the campaign trail in Prole, Iowa, a


This week, major Trump surrogates and the Trump family will branch out to battleground states to rally voters in the final push of the campaign. Yesterday, Donald Trump Jr. campaigned in Ames and Cedar Falls, Iowa, and Columbus, Ohio; Eric Trump was in Jacksonville, Daytona Beach and Winter Park, Florida; Mayor Rudy Giuliani was in

Trump Jr. draws outrage after likening Syrian refugees to poisoned Skittles

Donald Trump Jr. drew outrage Monday after posting a message on Twitter likening Syrian refugees to a bowl of poisoned Skittles. The tweet featured a picture of a bowl of the candy with a warning: His tweet that sought to promote his father’s presidential campaign drew plenty of blowback on the social networking site.  

Weiner says he would beat Trump Jr. like ‘rented mule’ in mayoral race

Former congressman Anthony Weiner, who resigned in disgrace amid a sexting scandal, said Tuesday he would only come out of political retirement to run against Donald Trump Jr. in a race for the mayor of New York City and said he would beat him “like a rented mule.” Trump Jr., the son of Republican presidential

DNC Leak Exposes Contempt for Heartland

Kathryn Blackhurst, WikiLeaks emails show bias toward Clinton over Sanders — and patronize ordinary Americans. The leaked Clinton emails show that Democratic National Committee staffers think voters from Kentucky and West Virginia are “southern Baptist peeps” who “would draw a big difference between a Jew and an atheist” when it comes time to cast their ballots.

How The Trump Family Became The New Camelot In Four Days

Liz Crokin,  The political conventions seem to birth new political stars every four years and this year’s Republican National Convention was no different. In 2004, a virtually unknown senator from Chicago gave an electric speech at the Democratic National Convention that thrust him into the international spotlight and set him on a path to the

How Donald Trump Picked His Running Mate

One day this past May, Donald Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., reached out to a senior adviser to Gov. John Kasich of Ohio, who left the presidential race just a few weeks before. As a candidate, Kasich declared in March that Trump was “really not prepared to be president of the United States,” and

Mike Pence proves you can be both kind and ruthless

Kyle Smith, CLEVELAND — We all know what Donald Trump has brought to this presidential campaign. Wednesday night, Mike Pence finally brought the stuff that was missing. Calm, sober, exuding heartland decency, a guy who grew up in front of a cornfield brought a sleepy, surly crowd to its feet. Just an hour or so