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Wednesday Speech Could Clarify Trump's Immigration Policy
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump announced he'll be making a speech on illegal immigration on Wednesday in Arizona, after a week of speculation that he might be softening his hard-line promise to deport 11 million people living in the United States illegally. The speech, posted in a
GOP Vice Presidential Nominee Pence Among Sunday Show Guests
Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence and the Libertarian nominee for president, Gary Johnson, are among the guests for Sunday's news shows
Guest Lineups for the Sunday News Shows
Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: ABC's "This Week" — Donna Brazile, interim head of the Democratic National Committee; Gov. Chris Christie , R-N.J. ——— NBC's "Meet the Press" — Reince Priebus , chairman of the Republican National Committee. ——— CBS'
Donald Trump Campaign Manager Talks Latest Controversies
Kellyanne Conway talks to "GMA" about Trump's claims that Hillary Clinton is a bigot and his stance on immigration.
The Latest: Trump Says 'Nobody Even Knows' What Alt-Right Is
Republican Donald Trump is continuing to push back on allegations from rival Hillary Clinton that his candidacy has courted the "alt-right" movement
Donald Trump Makes Appeal to Black Voters in Speeches but Seemingly Relies on RNC for Outreach
It was still a fresh pitch for Donald Trump . He was addressing a crowd in Dimondale, Michigan, seemingly making an overt appeal to African-American voters . “You're living in poverty, your schools are no good, you have no jobs, 58 percent of your youth is unemployed,” he said. “What the hell do
Donald Trump Says He'll 'Work With' Undocumented Immigrants
Donald Trump has suggested that he would maybe allow some undocumented immigrants to remain in the country under certain conditions, a shift from previous rhetoric calling for a deportation force. "You have somebody that has been in the country for 20 years," Trump said hypothetically at a Fox News
Trump: Perry Will 'Do Well' If He Challenges Cruz for Senate
Donald Trump is applauding the prospect of former Texas Gov. Rick Perry challenging Sen. Ted Cruz in 2018, saying, "Boy, will he do well."
Black Voters Critique, Question Trump's Overtures
Donald Trump says he wants more support from black voters, asking them "what do you have to lose?" by voting for a Republican presidential candidate