At the final State Dinner of his presidency, President Barack Obama gave a toast, honoring the Italian prime minister and his wife.
Donald Trump continued his assertion that the election is rigged during a rally in Maine on Saturday while President Obama countered at a campaign event in Ohio, mocking Trump for making excuses. Meanwhile, Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon did their version of the second presidential debate on Saturday Night Live.
President Obama highlights the wage growth over the course of his presidency.
At a Hillary Clinton campaign event in Manchester, NH, First Lady Michelle Obama delivered a blistering speech about the latest sexual assault allegations against Donald Trump. In his speech in West Palm, Fla. Trump called the accusations "outright lies."
As the presidential candidates near the homestretch of their campaigns, Hillary Clinton thanked those across the political aisle for their support while Donald Trump attacked her for being all talk and no action. Late night shows with the Bidens also featured a shoutout to Matlock.
Part of Donald Trump’s tax plan eliminates some popular exemptions and deductions in favor of lowering the top tax rate for the wealthiest Americans. However, when President Ronald Reagan did that 30 years ago in the Tax Act of 1986, Trump thought it was an awful idea and told Congress in 1991 that it should be reversed.
Jessica Leeds, a businesswoman at a paper company, was sitting next to Donald J. Trump on a flight to New York in the early 1980s. She told The Times that he lifted the armrest and began to grope her.
In the fallout from the "Trump tape," many Republicans leaders have condemned and unendorsed Donald Trump. What makes this statement so different from all the others? Why is this the last straw?
In a campaign stop in Greensboro, N.C. for Hillary Clinton, President Barack Obama laughed off the "report" that he is a demon and smells like sulphur. He reminded voters that for progress we have to listen to each other and fight to find common ground.
On Tuesday, Mike Pence asked Donald Trump supporters to be a part of "the integrity" of the election process while Al Gore, campaigning for Hillary Clinton in Florida, told a crowd to consider him as Exhibit A when it comes to the importance of voting.
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