"That was a big moment for me and probably will actually become — my life and this campaign — and probably will be something I’ll always remember," Eric Trump said.
"And I think, you know, in my view, this is a little bit of the libertarian in me coming out, I don’t think it’s anybody’s damn business what you put in your tax return. That’s between you and the IRS."
"Shame on me," Fred Doucette told BuzzFeed News of his Facebook comment, and expressed regret repeatedly.
The Texas senator tried to explain his support for the GOP nominee to one of his most disappointed supporters.
Nevada Rep. Joe Heck and his son Joey both apologized in statements to BuzzFeed News on Thursday.
"From my mother to people that I’ve known in my lifetime, they’ve tried to settle me down a little bit. Now I’m trying to do the same thing to my man Trump."
"I think it is concerning really even if you’re her family member and you’re very concerned about her health that maybe they need to look deeper into finding an answer."
“What worries me is the [president] slipping into a war the American people care nothing about."
Pence called the birther issue an issue of the past, though Trump has not retracted his skepticism that the president was born in the United States.
“He appeals to the worst angels of the GOP nature and poor white folks,” Powell wrote in private emails seen by BuzzFeed News.
"They are idiots and spent force peddling a book that ain’t going nowhere,” he said in an email about the former vice president's book with his daughter.
Condoleezza Rice and Colin Powell exchanged emails in 2015 criticizing comments made by their former Bush administration colleague.
Powell said he had to throw a "mini tantrum" at a Hamptons party to get the attention of Clinton aides.
Donald Trump’s running mate has a long and notable career as an anti-abortion advocate. But over the years, he’s also given different answers about which exceptions to an abortion ban he supports.
"You know, again, you just look at the pattern and it just begs the question, are we being lied to again?” Gary Palmer said on the radio on Monday.
"Sign right here—boom, boom, boom—and if we help, 50%. OK. Now, we then send the most sophisticated missiles ever made, and wherever you have Qaddafi's people — boom, boom, boom."
"I would say that the rising tide of violence against journalists in Russia since the advent of the Presidency of Mr. Putin is deeply troubling and ought to be troubling to anyone who cherishes the notion of a free and independent press," he said in 2007.
The group has been the subject of series of BuzzFeed News investigations.
"I’m not a politician and I’m not really, you know, the person who opines on people’s health but I saw that video too and I was a little, I was a little scared by it."
“This is John Baron of the Trump Organization, I understand you’ve been calling people all over town harassing them and misrepresenting yourself."