His response when challenged? To dismiss it all as nothing more than harmless “retweets.”
The final stage of Bush’s campaign became an all-out bout with the outspoken real estate mogul – the two frequently referring to each other as a “loser.”
Among Democrats in the western state of Nevada, Hillary Clinton captured victory, overcoming an unexpectedly strong surge by Bernie Sanders and potentially easing the anxiety of some of her supporters.
Trump says Apple CEO, Tim Cook wants to prove “how liberal he is” and told the crowd to “boycott Apple until such time as they give up that security.”
The pontiff in a criticism of the controversial real- estate tycoon had said that Trump cannot claim to be a Christian.
Trump fired back ferociously, saying it was “disgraceful” for a religious leader to question a person’s faith.
Donald Trump said, “The number-one way that countries are killing us is with devaluations of their currencies, and our companies can’t compete.
Even though it falls within the margin of error, the Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll released yesterday showed Republican Cruz (28 per cent) now leads nationally ahead of Trump’s 26 per cent.
Although Obama criticised the entire GOP field of candidates, he pointedly hit out at Trump for his troubling statements.
Obama did not limit his criticism to Donald Trump, hitting out at “troubling” statements from the entire GOP field of candidates seeking to replace him
“I understand Americans are angry and frustrated,” Bush said during his first campaign rally for his brother, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.
With the Republican candidates increasingly anxious for a good showing in the first primary in the American South on February 20, fights between Trump and Bush dominated the two-hour debate hosted by CBS.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has dropped out of the Republican nomination for president, a day after his disappointing sixth-place finish in New Hampshire’s primary
Host Norah O’Donnell asked whether Donald Trump was calling for Kim Jong-un’s assassination
Donald Trump’s win solidifies his front-runner status in the race to be the party’s White House nominee for the Nov. 8 election