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White Supremacist David Duke Announces US Senate Run With Praise for Donald Trump
White supremacist and former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke announced a run for U.S. Senate in Louisiana in a web video today, linking his campaign to the message of Donald Trump ’s presidential bid. “I was the first major candidate in modern times to promote the term and policy of ‘America
White Supremacist David Duke Announces Senate Run With Praise for Trump
White supremacist and former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke announced a run for U.S. Senate in Louisiana in a web video today, linking his campaign to Donald Trump's presidential bid.
Hillary Clinton's Counter-Punch in Ohio
Desperate to hold on to her slim lead, she spoke to the NAACP, an event Donald Trump turned down.
Clinton Campaigns in Ohio During the RNC
ABC News' Celica Vega reports from Cincinnati, Ohio where Hillary Clinton is campaigning.
Open Letter to Trump’s Son-in-Law From Employee Says Trump Signals Support for Hate Groups
Dana Schwartz, an entertainment reporter at The Observer, had tweeted about Donald Trump before. But it wasn’t until she criticized his campaign’s use of an image, including what looked to be a Star of David atop a wall of money, that the hate messages started flooding her feed. “The people who
OPINION: When Trump Says 'Not Just Us' Who is He Talking About?
You can tell from watching the video clip that when Donald Trump waved his hand in front of the Las Vegas crowd -- a quick abbreviated motion, fingers spread, eyes locked -- that he thought he was saying something good. And in his defense, the phrase “not just us” sounds inherently good, if not
Paul Ryan to Endorse Donald Trump, According to Senior Campaign Sources
House Speaker Paul Ryan will be endorsing presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump , senior-level Trump campaign sources told ABC News today. It's unclear when the endorsement will take place, but Ryan has a briefing on the House GOP agenda scheduled later today in Washington. A
Trump vs. Clinton Poised to Be Battle of Most Disliked Nominees in Decades
If Americans don’t change their current views, the match-up between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton could be a race between the two most disliked nominees in at least three decades. The latest ABC News/Washington Post poll has Trump with a 60 percent unfavorable rating and Clinton at 53 percent
Donald Trump Considered Blacks vs. Whites Version of 'The Apprentice'
As if Donald Trump didn’t have enough problems with voters of color, audio has surfaced showing that the presumptive Republican nominee once considered a version of his show “ The Apprentice ” that would have black contestants square off against white ones. As first reported by Buzzfeed News, Trump