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Donald Trump declining intelligence briefings: Report

Donald Trump declining intelligence briefings: Report

Donald Trump has received just two classified intelligence briefings since winning the presidency earlier this month, far less than his immediate predecessors, the Washington Post reported Wednesday.

Donald Trump picks wealthy activist for education secretary

Donald Trump picks wealthy activist for education secretary

US President-elect Donald Trump announced on Wednesday that he intends to nominate Betsy DeVos, a wealthy Republican campaigner for alternatives to public schools, as his education secretary.

Indo-Americans hail Donald Trump for picking Nikki Haley as US envoy to UN

Indo-Americans hail Donald Trump for picking Nikki Haley as US envoy to UN

Cutting across party-lines, Indian-Americans in the US has hailed President-elect Donald Trump for nominating Nikki Haley as US envoy to the United Nations.

China hits back at Trump's climate change hoax claims

Trump in 2012 infamously claimed China had created the concept of climate change to make America's manufacturing sector less competitive.

Barack Obama urges Donald Trump to reach out: `Gestures matter`

Barack Obama urges Donald Trump to reach out: `Gestures matter`

US President Barack Obama said Monday that he had urged his successor Donald Trump to reach out to those Americans left upset or fearful by the Republican billionaire`s surprise election win.

Superstar ally Michelle Obama hits trail with Hillary Clinton

Superstar ally Michelle Obama hits trail with Hillary Clinton

Obama has emerged as a compelling force in the hard-fought campaign, delivering powerful arguments against Republican Donald Trump and in support of Clinton`s bid to become the first female president in US history.

Donald Trump proves himself unfit for presidency every day: Barack Obama

Donald Trump proves himself unfit for presidency every day: Barack Obama

Donald Trump proves himself unfit for presidency "every single day", US President Barack Obama has said as he slammed the Republican leaders for going along with the rhetoric of the party's White House nominee till recently.

Split Republican party grapple with Trump nomination

Split Republican party grapple with Trump nomination

Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus has strongly dispelled rumours that the party would disconnect itself with Trump in view of the Trump tapes.

Republican Party Crisis deepens, donors want money back following Donald Trump's sexist video scandal

Republican Party Crisis deepens, donors want money back following Donald Trump's sexist video scandal

Donors to Republican Donald Trump's presidential campaign have become skittish -- with some downright angry -- after a 2005 tape surfaced on Friday in which the GOP nominee can be heard making vulgar remarks about women.

Donald Trump vows not to quit race over lewd talk about women

Donald Trump vows not to quit race over lewd talk about women

Trump nevertheless rejected growing calls from elected members of his own party that he step aside in the presidential race over the 2005 remarks, insisting there is "zero chance I'll quit."

John McCain pulls support from Trump after lewd comments

John McCain pulls support from Trump after lewd comments

"I have wanted to support the candidate our party nominated. But Donald Trump's behavior this week make it impossible to continue, McCain said.

Presidential debate was rigged: Donald Trump

Presidential debate was rigged: Donald Trump

Trump said he would work hard over the next 40 days to win the White House.

Donald Trump questions Obama's decision to campaign for Clinton

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump today questioned President Barack Obama's move to hold election rallies in support of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton instead of focusing on resolving pressing issues facing the nation.

Clinton lead over Trump drops to four percent: Poll

Clinton lead over Trump drops to four percent: Poll

Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, now leads her Republican rival Donald Trump by only four per cent, a drop of two points, according to a latest national poll released today.

Hispanic backers sour on Trump after immigration speech

Hispanic backers sour on Trump after immigration speech

Some of Donald Trump`s Hispanic backers distanced themselves from the Republican nominee on Thursday for standing by a hardline approach to illegal immigration in a key speech after indicating for weeks that he may soften his approach.

Donald Trump calls Democrats "party of slavery" in minority outreach effort

Republican Donald Trump on Tuesday night called Democrats the "party of slavery" and praised what he called the millions of African Americans with career success, as he tries to revamp his outreach to minority voters.

Hillary Clinton says Donald Trump is taking far-right hate groups `mainstream`

After releasing a hard-hitting ad that tethered Trump to the Ku Klux Klan, Clinton will use a speech in Reno, Nevada to argue he has brought racism to the political mainstream.

Hillary Clinton holds lead over Donald Trump, but trails him among white voters: poll

The former Secretary of State, who has been consistently polling ahead of Trump in national polls since the end of July, is now favoured by 50 per cent of registered voters, while Trump is backed by 42 per cent, the poll finds.

Republicans, in revolt, urge party to de-fund Trump: Report

Republicans, in revolt, urge party to de-fund Trump: Report

"We believe that Donald Trump`s divisiveness, recklessness, incompetence, and record-breaking unpopularity risk turning this election into a Democratic landslide."