If you like contentious, insult-laced news conferences, you’ll be in luck should Donald Trump ascend to the White House, the likely Republican president nominee acknowledges. Speaking to reporters from Trump Tower, ostensibly to detail the veterans’ groups he raised money for, a testy Trump turns the 40-minute appearance into a litany of complaints against political reporters, at one point calling an ABC News reporter “a sleaze.”
California Gov. Jerry Brown, who feuded bitterly with Bill Clinton during the 1992 presidential campaign, on Tuesday endorsed Hillary Clinton, calling her nomination the “only path forward to win the presidency and stop the dangerous candidacy of Donald Trump.”
After the political convention confetti is swept away, a more sobering tradition of the presidential election begins: The regular, top-secret intelligence briefings for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, the likely Democratic nominee.
When Donald Trump acquired a pair of Atlantic City casinos in the mid-1980s, he pitted his managers against each other in a ferocious competition over everything from booking entertainers to attracting high-rolling gamblers.
Donald Trump's heated war with the media reached new heights as he turned the brag-worthy feat of raising $5.6 million for veterans' charities into a sparring match with reporters pressing him on the issue.
Donald Trump's frequent campaign events in Trump Tower are attracting scrutiny from New York City officials who want to know whether he is abiding by rules requiring the building's atrium to be open to the public.
Trump University gave employees detailed instructions on how to entice people to enroll in its real estate seminars, from targeting people making at least $90,000 a year and choosing words of flattery that are most persuasive to picking music for the gatherings — The O'Jays' "For the Love of Money."
Donald Trump's frequent campaign events in Trump Tower are attracting scrutiny from New York City officials, who want to know whether he is abiding by rules requiring the building's atrium to be open to the public.
More than a dozen big checks flowed out of New York last week, bound for veterans' charities from Donald Trump. On Tuesday, he announced he had made good on his promise of last January to give the groups millions of dollars from a highly publicized fundraiser.
President Barack Obama is condescending. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid veers from friendly in private to nasty before TV cameras. And one of Washington's leading conservatives backstabs fellow Republicans.
Hillary Clinton landed a coveted endorsement from California Gov. Jerry Brown Tuesday, patching up a strained relationship between the two Democrats as she seeks to deliver a final blow to Bernie Sanders' campaign.