Six weeks before the election, Ted Cruz reversed course and endorsed the Republican nominee.
The group is dispatching an official to Northern California, as anti-Semitic abuse has become a significant problem online.
Trump talked more about his new hotel than the promised topic of his event.
“If Hillary Clinton will not retract her comments in full, I don’t see how she can credibly campaign any further,” Trump said.
“We’ve got to have professional organizations, professional people doing it, we’ve got to amp up what we’re already doing,” said Richard Spencer, a white nationalist leader.
This year, the Fox News and radio host’s shows have become an object of fascination, rage, and at times mockery. But Hannity isn’t doing anything he hasn’t done before — he’s as loyal as ever. In the Trump era, though, that’s turned him into a polarizing figure.
El-Gindy, the owner of a D.C. townhouse where Breitbart staffers work, has said he’s “just a landlord.”
Hillary Clinton and the media are talking about the movement, but Donald Trump broke with one of the key things that drew it to the candidate in the first place.
The commentator downplayed Donald Trump’s apparent switch on deportations, but later tweeted critically of the Republican nominee.
“I think the big question is going to be did they know that the money came from a Ukrainian political party.”
Mike McSherry, who helped lead Trump’s delegate strategy at the convention, is also listed in lobbying disclosures as having represented a nonprofit group tied to former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych.
Breitbart has been pro-Trump for a long time.
The campaign has few offices, no ads, and people on the ground are confused about who exactly is in charge. The RNC is picking up the slack by running a robust field operation — but one RNC staffer acknowledged the organization could cut off the Trump campaign.
The candidate is running a rock festival circuit of attacks. His running mate is running a “normal” campaign, ignoring chants, and gently trying to smooth things over.
“I go to bed at night hoping I’ll wake up and it will all be a bad dream.”
“We hold Mayor Giuliani in the highest regard but the government of Israel does not speak on behalf of any American politician and no American politician speaks on behalf of the Israeli government.”
“[Cruz] will never be president. I will campaign against him. Because all he was doing is helping Hillary Clinton. And he’s a liar.”
“Vote your conscience, vote for candidates up and down the ticket who you trust to defend our freedom and to be faithful to the Constitution.” Cruz was later accosted by the Washington State Republican Party chair and turned away from Sheldon Adelson’s suite.