The Republican nominee is amplifying his “Crooked Hillary” rhetoric, calling for a special prosecutor to look into his rival and an investigation into the sitting president. He also said Tuesday that Clinton’s election could “lead to World War III.”
“I don’t speak for Jews,” Jake Tapper said repeatedly during his conversation with the former Red Sox pitcher.
“I will keep you in suspense,” the Republican nominee said Wednesday night at the third and final presidential debate.
Clinton accused Russia of spying on Americans and giving information to WikiLeaks. Trump countered that Clinton is “the puppet” of the Russians.
The video was unearthed Wednesday as the presidential candidate faces mounting criticism over other past comments.
Keith Lamont Scott was shot in the hand, back, and abdomen on Sept. 20, the autopsy showed. Scott’s death prompted days of protesting and unrest in Charlotte.
At a rally Monday, Trump promised to continue attacking the Clintons if additional videos surface showing him making inappropriate comments about women.
“No, I’m not quitting this race,” the candidate said. “I have tremendous support.”
In videos obtained by the Washington Post, the Republican presidential candidate can be heard talking explicitly about a failed attempt to have sex with a married woman.
Ammon Bundy took the stand this week during his trial in Portland, telling a court that he initially didn’t plan on taking over a federal wildlife refuge but had an “overwhelming feeling that it was my duty to get involved.”
Steve Owen, 29-year veteran, was shot Wednesday while responding to a burglary call in Lancaster, California. The suspect then tried to steal his patrol car.
On Monday, Trump told a group of veterans that some people “can’t handle” the experience of coming back from war. The comments prompted a backlash among the candidate’s critics, but many of his supporters remained loyal Tuesday.
The Republican candidate pointed to Charlotte, Ferguson, and Baltimore as evidence that “we are a divided nation.”
Don Neubacher said he will step down as supervisor at the iconic national park after dozens of NPS employees blasted the agency for rampant sexual harassment.
Donald Trump’s claim that Google was biased is just his latest accusation that the election is being “rigged” against him.
Dozens of National Parks Service employees have said they were sexually harassed on the job. They’re calling for firings, criminal prosecutions, and broad reforms.