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Trump finally beat the haters — now what?
"Mormons run the risk of being a people without a party," warns one Trump surrogate.
The conservative Mormon candidate is on the verge of beating Trump and Clinton in deep-red Utah. But his campaign has bigger plans after 2016.
The campaign is adding new staffers on the ground and flying surrogates into the state in a bid to turn Utah blue, sources tell BuzzFeed News.
The Republican nominee wouldn't commit to honoring the election's results, setting up a reality finale on election night — and sending his supporters out to defend him citing Al Gore.
“If [Trump] is not discredited, in a full-throated way, by every Republican with credibility, it will send the party into a tailspin for decades.”
Após mulheres o terem acusado de comportamento inadequado, Trump lida com sucessivas crises na reta final da corrida eleitoral.
“If we don’t win this election, I don’t know what I’m going to do.”
Your awkward Mitt Romney questions answered.
Over the course of 25 years, he's repeatedly toyed with the idea of running for president and now, maybe, governor of New York. With all but his closest apostles finally tired of the charade, even the Donald himself has to ask, what's the point? On the plane and by the pool with the man who will not be king.
A meeting with Skull and Bones. Shhhh!
And what does Mitt Romney have to do with it? BuzzFeed explains.
"The nuclear family, with a dad and a mom and two or three kids, is not the majority anymore," one polygamist cheers.
From political power brokers to the entire island of Manhattan, a varied cast of taunting insiders has inadvertently driven Donald Trump's lifelong revenge march toward the White House. This is what it's like to be one of them.
With Trump’s campaign manager under growing scrutiny, sources share new details with BuzzFeed News about his behavior toward reporters and others. Update (6:51 p.m.): The Trump campaign responded further.
A decade ago, mainstream publishers became convinced they could make millions by churning out books for the right — and now the bubble may be bursting. From Allan Bloom to Ann Coulter.
Conservative group's attack on Orrin Hatch as out-of-touch backfires with obscure misspelling.