In a Wednesday email, the candidate accused the media of spreading “false” and “misleading” information.
Trump this week has switched his rhetoric from blaming his second-place win in Iowa on his recent decisions, to attacking Ted Cruz for “fraud” in the state.
Speakers at a Latino voter discussion on Friday expressed their beliefs that voters won’t forget about Donald Trump’s anti-immigration rhetoric when they show up at the polls.
The GOP front-runner opted out of the main debate and instead hosted a fundraiser.
Eleven GOP candidates, not including Donald Trump, will meet face-to-face for the last time before the Iowa caucuses on Monday.
This week was not the first time the governor was faced with the decision to continue with his personal plans out of state or return home.
From foreign policy and taxes, to the Second Amendment and healthcare, the candidates didn’t leave out many topics as a way to criticize Obama.
In contrast, his first spot, released last week, focused on the threat of terrorism and controversial plans of his.
The Kentucky senator is boycotting the undercard GOP debate after he was demoted from the prime-time stage.
The South Carolina governor confirmed she was referencing Trump as one of the “angriest voices” during her GOP response.
Haley encouraged Republicans to recognize their contributions to the “erosion of the public trust.”
Americans equally ranked the real estate mogul and leader of the Catholic Church in a new Gallup poll.
Franklin Graham begins (or continues?) an insurgency from the GOP.
Republicans didn’t even wait for a global climate change deal to be struck in Paris to start undermining it.