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A Buffalo city official told Newsweek that the flag's owner, Jay Johnson, has not indicated to the city if he will apply for the necessary licenses despite previous warnings from the city.
The civil rights organization accused the Trump campaign and Republican National Convention of violating the Ku Klux Klan Act in their election lawsuits.
The former Homeland Security Department official is accusing Trump and his legal team of engaging in "a calculated and pernicious conspiracy" against himself and other GOP officials.
Graham says the election is "by no means over" and encourages President Donald Trump to run again in 2024 if he loses the election.
Minnesota GOP Chairwoman Jessica Carnahan said the RNC chair has instructed her to bolster the president's claims of voter fraud as the race moves in favor of Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
More than 600 demonstrators protesting President Donald Trump's handling of election results were arrested on Interstate I-94 in Minneapolis.
Georgia joins Pennsylvania and Michigan as the third key battleground state that the Trump campaign has filed lawsuit in.
An error in Arizona's vote count means there's a larger percentage of ballots to still be tabulated, giving the Trump campaign hope to win the historically Republican state.
The anti-Trump PAC attacked President Donald Trump after the president's rally-goers were left stranded in freezing temperatures on Tuesday night.
Footage shows employees reassuring a voter that it was safe to drop off a ballot in the back of the store.
Hundreds more than state rules allow showed up to see Pence, whose aides have recently tested positive for COVID.
"Trump 2020. Put it on Facebook, put it on YouTube...tough guy," an NYPD officer dared a pedestrian who recorded the incident in Brooklyn.
The endorsement from the nation's third largest state police chiefs association comes ahead of Trump's Monday night campaign rally in Florida.
"Those firsthand experiences are what are going to get President Trump four more years," Trump campaign spokesperson Erin Perrine told Fox News on Monday.
In a list of 17 questions the Trump campaign wants Democratic nominee Joe Biden to answer in Tuesday's debate, their first targets Biden's son Hunter's previous financial transactions.
Democratic nominee Joe Biden's polling average is considerably stronger than Clinton's four years ago.
The Trump campaign hopes to pull off a repeat victory next month in securing all 20 of the state's electoral votes.
Aerial footage showed the markings across separate six locations as transport officials say they are investigating the unauthorized pro-Trump messages.
Attorney Ven Johnson told Newsweek the 'racist' toddler video posted by Trump and his campaign, "was absolutely done to advocate for what I believe to be a racist, despicable message against two little babies."
This will be Trump's first campaign event in the battleground state since his rally in Battle Creek late last year. Here's how to tune in.
Trump's latest campaign stop in Latrobe, Pennsylvania will be live-streamed at 7 p.m. EDT on Thursday evening.
A review of YouTube ads found that the Trump campaign has been inadvertently funding propaganda from the Chinese and Russian governments.
In a new email from the Trump campaign, the president tells supporters that wearing a mask during the pandemic is patriotic.
The Republican Party of Wisconsin said it's "imperative" to determine if the fatal shooting of a 60-year-old Milwaukee Trump supporter was politically motivated.
A Davidson County, North Carolina, woman refused to wear a mask while picking up her takeout order as several people recorded her going on a profanity-filled rant against Democrats and the Black Lives Matter movement.
The opposing fans in Iowa also yelled, "Go back to the fields" and chanted "Trump 2020," according to the only Black player for the Charles City varsity team.
"It does appear to be more like a spy in a pocket rather than an app to help make an informed decision who to vote for," one security commentator told Newsweek.