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Trump’s gloomy view contrasts with his party’s historical embrace of American exceptionalism. Clinton, meanwhile, has embraced that concept.
Clinton camp is brandishing his words, but there’s a problem: A lot of voters like those words.
Trump’s remarks alarm GOP leaders and come as Democrats cast him as Putin’s pawn.
After jeers by Sanders backers, Wasserman Schultz gives up convention role.
Paul Manafort criticized Sen. Ted Cruz late Wednesday for the Texan’s decision withhold a formal endorsement of Trump.
The 70-year-old businessman places a premium on finding and keeping hires who are utterly devoted to him and his gilded kingdom of skyscrapers and golf courses.
Carson insisted that Clinton’s college-age association with left-wing activist Saul Alinsky constituted a foreboding dance with the devil.
A series of missteps on Day One in Cleveland underscores Trump campaign’s challenges.
Ben T. Elliot, 71, served as Reagan’s chief speechwriter in the White House, while Peter Robinson, 59, is best known for contributing to Reagan’s famed “Tear down this wall” speech in 1987.
Twenty years after defeat, veterans of the 1996 race return to presidential politics to try again.