Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton attacked each other for being racist on Thursday, with Trump calling Clinton a bigot and Clinton saying Trump has a lot in common with white supremacists.
Donald Trump continued his appeal to to African-American and Hispanic voters on Wednesday, promising them safety, during a rally in Tampa, Florida. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton's camp fired back regarding Clinton Foundation allegations in an AP report.
Hillary Clinton had lunch with Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel on Tuesday while Tim Kaine visited Colorado to talk about all the work they'd do together. Donald Trump's VP pick Mike Pence accused the media of bias while at an event in Pennsylvania.
Tim Kaine and Mike Pence defended their running mates finances on Monday. Each accusing the other’ camp that there is more to each of their stories about the Clinton Foundation and Trump’s taxes.
While Trump campaigned in Charlotte Thursday, nude 'Emperor' Trump statues appeared in cities across the country to mock the presidential candidate. Meanwhile,across New York City, Hillary Clinton touted her support for police officers and improving policing.
Donald Trump reorganized his campaign staff (but don't call it a "shakeup") while Hillary Clinton campaigned in Cleveland on Wednesday, calling Trump "the same man" despite his campaign shuffle.
Speaking at a campaign event in Wisconsin on Tuesday, Donald Trump made a case to add police officers citing the recent riots in Milwaukee while Hillary Clinton addressed those who were unlikely to vote for her in a speech in Philadelphia.
In a rally in Youngstown, Ohio on Monday, Donald Trump called for "extreme vetting" measures to fight terrorism while Joe Biden hit the campaign trail with Hillary Clinton in Scranton, Pa., where he criticized Trump's plans as "un-American."
Anthony D. Weiner, a Democratic candidate for mayor, voted in Manhattan, with his son in tow (2013).
Sen. Tim Kaine told a Manchester, N.H. crowd Saturday that unlike Donald Trump, even Richard Nixon released his tax returns. Both Hillary Clinton and her running mate publicly released their tax returns on Friday. Trump, during a rally in Fairfield, Conn. on Saturday, lashed out against he media, saying he’s not running against Clinton but instead against the fourth estate.
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