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Deplorable comment Hillary Clinton's 'single biggest mistake': Donald Trump

Donald Trump Monday said that rival Hillary Clinton's comment calling half of his supporters "deplorables" was the "single biggest mistake" of this political season.

Donald Trump shakes up campaign, names combative news executive in senior role

Donald Trump shakes up campaign, names combative news executive in senior role

Republican Donald Trump hired the pugnacious head of a conservative news website and promoted a woman in a shakeup of his troubled presidential campaign, an indication he is determined to maintain his combative style while honing his message to the voters who have taken him this far.

Pressure mounts to reject Donald Trump amid fallout from gun-rights remark

Pressure from high-profile Republicans and rank-and-file voters mounted on Wednesday to reject Donald Trump’s candidacy as his campaign dealt with fallout from his remark that gun rights activists could stop Hillary Clinton from nominating liberal US Supreme Court justices.

Clinton and Trump hit the road, looking for convention bounce

Clinton and Trump hit the road, looking for convention bounce

Both parties are deeply divided and led by profoundly unpopular figures with approval ratings below 40 percent.

Five key moments at the Democratic convention Arrived

The Democratic Party gathered in sweltering Philadelphia for four days this week to nominate Hillary Clinton as their presidential nominee and catapult themselves toward November`s election.

Headline US will welcome target of 10,000 Syria refugees: Kerry

Headline US will welcome target of 10,000 Syria refugees: Kerry

The United States will welcome 10,000 Syrian refugees this fiscal year.

Republicans urge probe against Hillary Clinton for perjury

Republicans urge probe against Hillary Clinton for perjury

Republican Party members have formally asked the US Department of Justice to open a criminal investigation for perjury against the Democratic Party's presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton to determine if she lied to Congress.

Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 11 points in US presidential race

Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 11 points in US presidential race

The former secretary of state, senator and first lady was bolstered in recent days by endorsements from members of the Republican establishment, including Henry Paulson, Treasury secretary under former President George W. Bush

US Presidential Elections: Republicans rally with Barack Obama against Donald Trump's remarks

US Presidential Elections: Republicans rally with Barack Obama against Donald Trump's remarks

Many Republicans have joined Barack Obama in condemning presumptive Republic presidential nominee Donald Trump over his anti-Muslim stance and remarks alleging the U.S. President to be a sympathizer of ISIS.

''Nervous'' Hillary Clinton not qualified to be president: Sanders

''Nervous'' Hillary Clinton not qualified to be president: Sanders

Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders has said that his fellow democrat Hillary Clinton was not qualified to be the president, adding a sharp rhetoric in the Democratic primary.

Jeb Bush backs Ted Cruz for Republican presidential nod

Former Florida governor Jeb Bush endorsed Ted Cruz Wednesday for the Republican presidential nomination.

Anti-Donald Trump protesters rally in New York, block Arizona road

Anti-Donald Trump protesters rally in New York, block Arizona road

Hundreds rallied against Donald Trump in New York and blocked a major road in Arizona Saturday in the latest attempts by opponents to disrupt the campaign of the top US Republican White House hopeful. 

Good night for Donald Trump, mixed bag for Hillary Clinton in US primaries

Good night for Donald Trump, mixed bag for Hillary Clinton in US primaries

Trump shrugged off a barrage of negative advertising and intense efforts by the party establishment to derail his White House campaign to win primaries.

List of winners of 2016 US presidential primaries

Here is a state-by-state list of the winners of Republican and Democratic presidential nominating contests held so far in the 2016 race for the White House:

Republican foreign policy veterans rebuke Donald Trump world view

Republican foreign policy veterans rebuke Donald Trump world view

At least 70 Republican foreign policy veterans have signed a letter pledging to oppose Donald Trump and saying his proposals would undermine US security, in the latest sign of fissures between the Republican presidential front-runner and the party establishment.

Trump triumphs amid Republican divisions, Clinton`s Democrats coalesce

Trump triumphs amid Republican divisions, Clinton`s Democrats coalesce

Trump was victorious in seven of 11 states, weakening but not eliminating his rivals, while Clinton equaled that score with wins in seven states against Bernie Sanders.

Barack Obama, congressional leaders talk Supreme Court vacancy

President Barack Obama called Democrats and Republicans to the White House today to discuss election-year standoff over the vacancy on the Supreme Court.

Racial feud erupts as Republicans fight 'unstoppable' Trump

Racial feud erupts as Republicans fight 'unstoppable' Trump

Trump's rivals are scrambling to stop the billionaire businessman from becoming an "unstoppable" force in the 2016 presidential contest.

Obama convinced Trump `will not be president`

Obama convinced Trump `will not be president`

US President Barack Obama on Tuesday hammered home his belief that Republican White House hopeful Donald Trump would not be elected, knocking his reality show past and penchant for drawing media attention.

Clinton, Sanders spar over healthcare in US presidential debate

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton accused rival Bernie Sanders in a debate on Thursday of misleading Americans about the costs and viability of his healthcare plan, saying he was making promises "that cannot be kept."