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Donald Trump Calls China ’s Trade Practice the ‘Greatest Theft in the World’
As Indiana's primary nears, Donald Trump is under fire, yet again, for another round of controversial comments. Over the weekend, Trump denounced China’s trade practices as "rape." "We can’t continue to allow China to rape our country and that’s what they’re doing. It’s the greatest theft in the
Trump's 'The Art of the Deal' Foreign Policy
ABC's Martha Raddatz reports on the parallels between Trump's "The Art of the Deal" and his foreign proposals.
Donald Trump Delivers Remarks Following Projected Primary Wins in Mississippi and Michigan
The Republican candidate continues to lead opponents in Republican delegates.
5 Ways The Fourth Republican Debate Changed The Presidential Race
At first glance, the fourth Republican debate may not have prompted sweeping changes to the landscape of the 2016 presidential race. But in a splintered field of 15 candidates vying for the spotlight, it’s clear that every voter, every soundbite and every percentage point matters. (Just ask Mike
Fourth Republican Presidential Debate: 7 Moments That Mattered
The eight presidential contenders left standing on the main stage faced off over fiscal policy tonight in Milwaukee, Wisconsin -- battling about everything from trade deals to taxes. The fourth Republican debate, hosted by Fox Business and the Wall Street Journal , drew contrasts among the GOP
Donald Trump Weighs in on Presidential Race
The Republican candidate discusses the state of the race and how he is preparing for the next GOP debate.
5 Stories You'll Care About in Politics This Week
If this is “humble” Trump, perhaps the Republican Party wants the one with all the braggadocio backAt least Donald Trump proved he doesn’t have to be loud. He tried to duck trouble with facial expressions, found new trouble not with what he said but with what he didn’t, and then canceled a campaign
President Obama Speaks at Nike Headquarters
President Obama makes the case for his Pacific rim trade deal at Nike headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon.
Where Obama and Romney Stand on the Big Issues
With Election Day in view, Americans are dialing up their focus on President Obama and Mitt Romney, preparing to make that long-awaited choice. But before you head to the polls -- now or on Nov. 6 -- have one last look at the candidates and "where they stand" in this handy primer: On Taxes:
Presidential Debate Foreign Policy Primer: What the Candidates Will Butt Heads About
President Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, in the third presidential debate, face off exclusively on foreign policy tonight at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla. The debate will be the candidates' last opportunity to address each other directly on a slew of foreign policy