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Even if Donald Trump doesn't.
'This is a moment for graciousness, not fractiousness.'
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He called out House Speaker Paul Ryan and others still endorsing the Republican nominee.
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'I wouldn’t want to be in a foxhole with a lot of these people, that I can tell you.'
Apparently, Donald Trump finally went too far for his own party's leadership. The release of a 2005 tape in which he describes his casual sexual a ault of women in graphically dehumanizing language ap...
Beltway Republicans continue to influence nobody.
Democrats have a 78 percent chance of getting 50-plus seats in November, the HuffPost Senate model shows.
Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn will join Trump at Wednesday's top-secret session.
It takes time to drain what you say of any meaning.
Among all registered voters, some 44 percent want Trump to drop out.
Sen. Susan Collins of Maine joins a handful of Republican senators who have declared they won't support their party's presidential nominee.
"I wasn’t using any of them and they would have loved to have been involved with the campaign."
The RNC is distancing itself. Even Trump's kids seem powerless.