Hillary Clinton's Democratic campaign is using Khizr Khan again against rival Donald Trump in the presidential race, releasing a new ad Friday where the Muslim Gold Star father asks the GOP nominee: "Would my son have a place in your America?"
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Alex Pappas is a Washington D.C.-based political reporter for The Daily Caller. He has also written for The Washington Examiner and the Mobile Press-Register. Pappas is a graduate of The University of the South in Sewanee, Tenn., where he was editor-in-chief of The Sewanee Purple. While in college, he did internships at NBC's Meet the Press and the White House. He grew up in Mobile, Ala., where he graduated from St. Paul's Episcopal School. He and his wife live on Capitol Hill.
LAS VEGAS — Donald Trump’s top surrogates are pushing back at the outrage over the Republican nominee’s refusal to pledge to automatically accept the results of the election by saying it took Al Gore months before conceding the 2000 election to George W. Bush.
LAS VEGAS — The presidential race has been moving away from Donald Trump since last week’s debate: he is trailing in crucial battleground state polls; the speaker of the House of his own party essentially conceded the race to Hillary Clinton; and a steady stream of women have accused the former New York businessman of inappropriate sexual behavior (all of which he denies).
An initial list of possible running mates compiled by Hillary Clinton’s campaign this year included a wide variety of names — including some surprising ones, like former Attorney General Eric Holder, Microsoft founder Bill Gates and Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, according to an email released in the WikiLeaks dump.
A Republican senator says lawmakers considered bringing articles of impeachment against FBI director James Comey but decided against doing so because it would not have been good politics heading into November’s election.
A former contestant on season five of “The Apprentice” is now accusing Donald Trump of making inappropriate advances towards her in 2007.
Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence, making the morning television rounds, said evidence will be released soon that clears Donald Trump from the recent allegations of inappropriate behavior with women.
A fiery Donald Trump responded to the wave of recent allegations leveled against him in the media by blaming a political and media establishment that views him as an “existential threat like they haven't seen before.”
Dr. Ben Carson --- the former Republican presidential candidate --- says it's "a bunch of crap" that news organizations are focusing on publishing allegations of inappropriateness against Donald Trump rather than report on political issues of importance.
One of Hillary Clinton’s advisors lamented the number of “white dudes” who worked for President Obama’s presidential campaign in the leaked emails released by WikiLeaks this week.
Arguing Hillary Clinton doesn't "have the fortitude, strength or stamina to lead in our world," Donald Trump on Tuesday released a new television ad that draws attention to her recent health issues.
As the Republican establishment backs away from him, Donald Trump says he now feels like “the shackles have been taken off me and I can now fight for America the way I want to.”
ST. LOUIS -- Donald Trump survives.
ST. LOUIS — The second presidential debate got off to a particularly icy and ugly start Sunday night as sex talk dominated the first part of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s televised showdown here at Washington University.
ST. LOUIS — After suffering a pre-debate oppo dump of epic proportions, an embattled and defiant Donald Trump is scheduled to take the stage Sunday night against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and try to salvage his candidacy as more than 25 lawmakers from his own party are calling on the Republican nominee to drop out of the race for the White House.
An avalanche of Republicans — many of whom have been critical of the candidate and opposed to him throughout the race — are now calling for Donald Trump to drop out of the presidential contest after the surfacing of sexual comments he made in 2005.
Donald Trump is apologizing and top Republicans are distancing themselves from the New York businessman after audio of lewd comments from 2005 surfaced of him once discussing his attempts at trying to “fuck” a married woman, among other vulgarities.
Donald Trump and Paul Ryan will campaign at the same event in Wisconsin this weekend, a rare joint appearance of the Republican nominee and the GOP Speaker of the House.
If you live in the expected path of Hurricane Matthew, Donald Trump says you need to get the hell out of town.