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Elections 2016

Trump: I’m having more problems with some Republicans than with Democrats

Donald Trump told NBC’s “Today Show” that he is having “more difficulty” with some Republicans than Democrats

“If I don't have great support, I'll go a different route,” he said, vowing to self-fund his campaign if needed

Trump also addressed firing campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, saying the campaign was “going in a different direction”

Elections 2016

Sanders stays in race, says political revolution will continue

In a video message to supporters, Sen. Bernie Sanders vows to continue the "political revolution" to defeat Donald Trump and to transform the Democratic party. "It is no secret that Secretary Clinton and I have strong disagreements on some very important issues. It is also true that our views are quite close on others," he said.

News

Donald Trump and the evangelical vote

The evangelical vote in swing states like Missouri could be pivotal for Donald Trump. How do such voters find a way to support a candidate whose public behavior and beliefs seem to be at odds with their own?

Elections 2016

Trump finally tells America who received veterans money

Since his January anti-debate event billed as a fundraiser for veterans, Donald Trump has received scrutiny for failing to disclose who received those funds. In New York City on May 31, Trump responded to critics by reading out loud the full list of organizations which have received the money he raised - totaling, according to Trump, $5.6 million.

Politics & Government

Obama lays a wreath at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park

President Barack Obama offered a solemn tribute to victims nearly 71 years after the United States dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan. At Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, Obama silently placed a white-and-yellow wreath in front of a monument representing a shelter for the victims’ souls. It bears an inscription: “Let all the souls here rest in peace; For we shall not repeat the evil.”

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Sanders stays in race, says political revolution will continue

In a video message to supporters, Sen. Bernie Sanders vows to continue the "political revolution" to defeat Donald Trump and to transform the Democratic party. "It is no secret that Secretary Clinton and I have strong disagreements on some very important issues. It is also true that our views are quite close on others," he said.
Bernie Sanders via YouTube
Sanders stays in race, says political revolution will continue 1:51

Sanders stays in race, says political revolution will continue

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Ryan says Trump's comment on judge 1:18

Ryan says Trump's comment on judge "sort of like the textbook definition of racist comment"

Donald Trump and the evangelical vote 3:03

Donald Trump and the evangelical vote