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.
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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.
If you live in the expected path of Hurricane Matthew, Donald Trump says you need to get the hell out of town.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Wednesday credited his running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, with "the single most decisive victory in the history of vice presidential debates" after his showdown with Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine.
Donald Trump’s campaign manager is accusing Tim Kaine of being “sexist” for repeatedly interrupting and ignoring the female moderator during Tuesday’s vice presidential debate.
Undecided voters in Ohio who watched Tuesday’s vice presidential debate were turned off by Democratic running mate Tim Kaine’s repeated interruptions of Republican Mike Pence, according to a focus group conducted by pollster Frank Luntz.
When Mike Pence takes the stage Tuesday night in Farmville, Virginia, the Republican vice presidential nominee will have the opportunity to do something Donald Trump didn’t really do during last week’s presidential debate: prosecute a case against the return of the Clintons to the White House.
Ahead of the vice presidential debate Tuesday, the American Conservative Union says Democrat Tim Kaine is the most liberal running mate the country has seen in 50 years. In fact, the group says Kaine has a more liberal record than Bernie Sanders, the self-described democratic socialist.
Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is accusing the New York Times of participating in illegal behavior after the newspaper published some of his tax records on Saturday night.
During the last moments of the presidential debate this week, Hillary Clinton laid a trap. Donald Trump took the bait --- and hasn’t stopped playing into her hands since then.
In a move that gives insight into the campaign's thinking, Donald Trump is asking his supporters for advice ahead of the next televised debate with Hillary Clinton --- including whether he should focus more on attacking the Democratic nominee on her emails, the Clinton Foundation and Benghazi.
After having another “Aleppo moment,” the campaign of Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson is defending the candidate’s inability to quickly name a foreign leader he respects.
Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson — who made news recently by blanking when asked about the conflict in Aleppo, Syria — admitted to having an “Aleppo moment” again when unable to name a foreign leader he respected.
Michelle Obama, campaigning for Hillary Clinton, unleashed a barrage of attacks on Donald Trump on Wednesday, calling the Republican nominee “erratic and threatening.”
More than 50 alumni of the George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush GOP presidential administrations — including former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and White House press secretary Ari Fleischer — have formed a coalition to express support for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton sparred over trade, her emails, his taxes, crime, racism and other topics during the first general election debate, getting personal as Clinton attacked the Republican's character and Trump dismissed the Democrat's attempts to "act holier than thou."
With viewership predicted to rival that of the Super Bowl, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are facing off Monday night for the first of three televised debates.
Months after their nasty GOP primary fight, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz on Friday officially announced that he will vote Donald Trump for president.
Donald Trump is reportedly adding the name of a conservative senator to his list of potential Supreme Court justice picks.
Republicans and Democrats are doing their best to manage expectations ahead of Monday’s first presidential debate, with the Republican National Committee portraying Hillary Clinton on Thursday as a seasoned debater and Donald Trump as a non-politician without formal “one-on-one debate experience.”
During the Republican presidential primary, the Tea Party Patriots said Ted Cruz was their guy and Donald Trump was not one of them.