Some delegates at the Republican National Convention in Ohio say their support for Donald Trump coincides with their dislike of Hillary Clinton. Julie Noce reports. Continue reading
U.S. Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump and U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton win big in the U.S. Super Tuesday nominating contests.
Voting gets underway in Arlington, Virginia on Super Tuesday (March 1) where front-runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are poised for big wins.
Ted Cruz soundly defeats Donald Trump in Iowa’s Republican nominating contest, creating a three-way competition with establishment candidate Senator Marco Rubio.
The White House and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton are condemning Republican candidate Donald Trump for failing to correct a supporter who incorrectly called President Obama a Muslim, while fellow Republican candidate Ben Carson is more reserved in his reaction.
Donald Trump talks about his showdown with a Univision reporter, Ted Cruz lashes out at Planned Parenthood and the Obama administration’s Iran policy and Jeb Bush chides Hillary Clinton over emails as all three Republican presidential hopefuls appear on a talk show hosted by Sarah Palin.