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"We are making sure that Mr. Trump is paying the correct amount,” a campaign official said.

Not quite. Since we have been fielding a lot of questions about how much Trump is investing in the race, we decided to break down the numbers.

Tony Fabrizio was an ally of now-departed campaign chairman Paul Manafort.

It was twice as much as she spent in October.

The GOP nominee made a slew of last-minute investments in ads and voter data, according to a new campaign finance report filed Thursday.

Some in the Republican Party are scrambling to find a way to replace Trump as the presidential nominee or prevent him from taking office.

The group's plans underscore how the deep split among conservatives over Trump’s candidacy would have major policy reverberations if he is elected.

The Republicans' central Senate super PAC is plowing $21 million more into six key races in the coming weeks as the fight for control of the chamber moves to states more hospitable to GOP candidates.

He stumps for Clinton, saying she, not Trump, "will better represent the needs of the American people."

The Koch-backed campaign stresses Johnson's business credentials over his time in Washington.

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