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Election 2016: Trump and Clinton Stump in the battleground states

The campaigns for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on Saturday hunkered down in the handful of states that will likely decide their presidential race — with Trump again improvising in Pennsylvania ahead of Clinton’s swing through the state’s two big Democratic strongholds. The Trump campaign billed the speech in historic Gettysburg as Trump’s vision for

TRUMP’S #BIGLEAGUETRUTH TWITTER REACH WAS VERY SUCCESSFUL

The Daily Caller “Between 11 p.m. Oct. 4 and 9 a.m. Oct.5, #BigLeagueTruth had a whopping reach of 23,253,508 and spread of 31,430,567, the Republican National Committee confirmed to The Daily Caller News Foundation.” “GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s #BigLeagueTruth team accomplished its goal of getting its message out to an astounding number of people

Trump says ‘open borders’ cost lives and ‘this will end’

Donald Trump, who has made a hard-line stance on immigration a centerpiece of his presidential campaign, asserted Saturday that “not one more American life should be given up in the name of open borders.” “All across this country, dining room tables have an empty seat because the government abandoned its duty and has not enforced

Clinton Says Trump’s supporters could be described as part of a “basket of deplorables.”

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton caused an uproar late Friday after telling a fundraiser audience that half of Republican nominee Donald Trump’s supporters could be described as part of a “basket of deplorables.” The former secretary of state, who described her own remarks as “grossly generalistic”, said Trump had bolstered people who are “racist, sexist,

The Pivot: Four Things Trump Must Do Post-Convention

Armstrong Williams, All the pomp and circumstance has passed. The balloons have fallen, and the conventions are over and through. Expect to see a bounce for Secretary Clinton that essentially wipes away the bump Donald Trump received in the hours and days following his Cleveland closeout. Yes, now is the time in the presidential election

GOP brass rally party behind Trump after convention nomination

Republican congressional leaders, joined by vanquished primary candidates, immediately worked to rally the party behind Donald Trump Tuesday night after their national convention formally nominated him for president – with House Speaker Paul Ryan calling on voters to hit the polls like never before and “see this thing through.” “Our candidates will be giving their

Encouraged by the Pence Pick

David Limbaugh, I believe that Donald Trump was smart to pick Indiana Gov. Mike Pence to be his running mate. All things considered, it’s an encouraging development, whether Trump picked him because he truly wanted him or he did so at the strong urging of his advisers. If he was Trump’s first choice among finalists,

Trump ready to define the true ˜change’ needed in convention speech, Manafort says

Donald Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort said Sunday that Trump’s  speech accepting the Republican presidential nomination at the party’s convention will focus on telling Americans that “it’s time for a change” and that Democratic rival Hillary Clinton is the “epitome of the establishment” that should no longer rule politics.   “Her 25 years in the

Trump closing the gap with Clinton after FBI email decision

Donald Trump appears to have eliminated Hillary Clinton’s lead in the wake of the FBI’s investigation of her email practices, according to several new polls – even surging ahead of her in one national survey – all indicating that the issue of trust is weighing heavily on voters.  A Rasmussen Reports survey showed Trump with his largest lead

Mike Pence to abandon re-election bid for governor #TrumpPence2016

The VP nod may not be official yet – but Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is abandoning his gubernatorial bid, all but assuring he’s in line to be Donald Trump’s running mate. Republican sources tell Fox News that Pence, who faced a Friday deadline to make a decision, will not run for re-election. This comes amid

Eric Trump: My dad’s VP should make for a great COO

Ahead of the Republican Convention that kicks of on July 18 in Cleveland, Ohio, everybody is wondering who Donald Trump will select as his running mate. Donald Trump’s son, Eric, may have fueled the speculation when he traveled to Cincinnati with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who has been discussed as a potential running mate.

Trump could actually pull this off

 Matthew Tully, 10 reasons why Clinton and #NeverTrump contingent have a real fight on their hands. After a week of watching the Donald Trump Political Circus in Indiana, it seems clear that he has two things going for him above all else as we head toward November. First, there is the undeniable connection he has established with