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''Inflammatory'' pastor to preach to Donald Trump ahead of swearing-in

A pastor with a long history of inflammatory remarks against religious minorities including Muslims, Mormons, Catholics and even gays is scheduled to preach at a private service for Donald Trump and his family on Friday, shortly before the President-elect takes the oath of office.

Donald Trump meets David Petraeus as race for Secretary of State heats up

Donald Trump meets David Petraeus as race for Secretary of State heats up

Petraeus, one of America's most celebrated generals credited with turning the tide in Iraq, spent an hour with Trump at his office in Trump Tower in Manhattan yesterday.

Barack Obama tells students at town hall about how failures have shaped him

Barack Obama recounted the fallout from his first presidential debate in his ultimately successful 2012 election race against Republican Mitt Romney.
 

Hillary in Trump lane: Baskets of bluff, bluster & baloney!

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Hillary Clinton thought she would borrow a leaf from Donald Trump`s book. Instead, she reached for a dictionary of insults and flung "half" of her presidential rival`s supporters in a "basket of deplorables".

US Presidential Elections: Priebus warns against 'suicide' 3rd-party run against Donald Trump

Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Committee, appealed for unity behind 69-year-old Trump in a series of interviews on Sunday television shows and said that "people just don't care" about recent negative reports about his tax returns and his treatment of women.

US Presidential polls: Donald Trump resists releasing taxes, taps climate change skeptic on energy

US Presidential polls: Donald Trump resists releasing taxes, taps climate change skeptic on energy

Trump has said there is nothing voters can learn from his tax filings.

US presidential polls: Donald Trump says he was surprised by Paul Ryan's rebuff

Donald Trump said on Friday he was surprised by House Speaker Paul Ryan's rebuff of him as the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.

Supporters, protesters clash outside Donald Trump's rally in Utah

Protesters clashed with supporters of Donald Trump after he gave a speech in Utah , ending a day full of presidential candidate appearances that also saw Mitt Romney intensifying his criticism of the Republican front-runner.

Donald Trump, Mitt Romney spar over future of Republican party

Donald Trump today fired back at his party's top leader Mitt Romney by labelling him as a "choke artist", a day after the former White House aspirant blasted the Republican presidential front-runner as "a conman" and asked primary voters to block his path to the nomination.

Republican Mitt Romney calls Donald Trump a fraud, creates pathway to contested convention

Republican Mitt Romney calls Donald Trump a fraud, creates pathway to contested convention

Former US presidential candidate Mitt Romney attacked 2016 Republican front-runner Donald Trump as “a fraud” on Thursday and urged primary voters to keep the outspoken New York billionaire from getting the nomination, paving the way for possible horse trading at a party convention in July.

How the Republican elite turned a blind eye to the rise and rise of Donald Trump

Some of the Republican Party`s wealthiest donors gathered for a cocktail party at an exclusive resort in Deer Valley, Utah, yet no one mentioned Donald Trump.

Economy top issue on voters' mind in US poll

Economy was the top issue on voters' minds as they went to the polls to decide whether to give President Barack Obama a second term or replace him with Republican challenger Mitt Romney, according to exit polls.

Romney warns against Obama's economic policies

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has lashed out at the economic policies of Barack Obama, warning that America could be headed towards another recession if the country does not changes its course.

Economic issues appear during Obama-Romney foreign policy debate

Economic and domestic issues appeared time and again during the third and final presidential debate today between Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney, which was meant to be exclusively focusing on the US foreign policy.

Romney pitches tax plan details ‘favoring rich’

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has told Ohio voters that they cannot afford four more years of President Barack Obama’s economic policies.

Obama, Romney clash over economy in face-to-face debate

US President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney Wednesday fought over economic topics including job creation and the government deficit during their first presidential debate held in Denver, Colorado.

Economy be the focus of Mitt Romney

Building a strong economy and defense budget will be the top priority for Mitt Romney as the US president, and foreign policy is likely to be pushed down to fourth or fifth spot in terms of priorities, a top aide of the White House hopeful has said.

US once again go full blast against outsourcing

US President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden Tuesday went full blast against Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, accusing him of outsourcing American jobs to countries like India and China.

Romney outsourced jobs to India: Obama campaign

The Obama Campaign has stoked a controversy with its new ad accusing presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney of outsourcing jobs to India when he was the Massachusetts Governor, contrary to the US President's stand during his maiden visit to New Delhi.

'Romney policies resulted in outsourcing of jobs to India'

US Vice President Joe Biden has accused Mitt Romney, the front-runner Republican presidential candidate, of outsourcing jobs to India when he was the Massachusetts Governor.