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Elizabeth Warren Campaigns for Hillary Clinton for First Time, Calls Donald Trump a 'Small, Insecure Money Grubber'

2016 Presidential Elections

Elizabeth Warren Campaigns for Hillary Clinton for First Time, Calls Donald Trump a 'Small, Insecure Money Grubber'

Originally posted 06/27/2016 03:05PM

Elizabeth Warren attempted to beat Donald Trump at his own name-calling game in her first campaign event for Hillary Clinton in Cincinnati on Monday.

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2016 Presidential Elections

John Oliver Goes Nuclear on Brexit Vote and Warns U.S. over Trump: 'There Are No F---ing Do-Overs'

Originally posted 06/27/2016 12:30PM

John Oliver is not happy with voters in his native United Kingdom – "a place," he says, "whose very name, after this week's events, is beginning to sound a bit sarcastic."

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Aziz Ansari Pens Op-Ed Criticizing Donald Trump's Stance on Muslims: 'It Makes Me Afraid for My Family'

Aziz Ansari Pens Op-Ed Criticizing Donald Trump's Stance on Muslims: 'It Makes Me Afraid for My Family'

Originally posted 06/25/2016 01:35PM

In an op-ed for the New York Times this week, Aziz Ansari described how the anti-Muslim rhetoric from politicans has had a tangible effect on him and his family.

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Why Brexit Could Signal Donald Trump Winning the White House

2016 Presidential Elections

Why Brexit Could Signal Donald Trump Winning the White House

Originally posted 06/24/2016 03:50PM

Donald Trump said Friday that the same forces that drove Great Britain to pull out of the European Union will help him win the presidency in November – and he's not the only one who thinks so.

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Trump Is Officially $50 Million Poorer: GOP Nominee Turns Personal Loan to His Campaign Into a (Big) Gift

2016 Presidential Elections

Trump Is Officially $50 Million Poorer: GOP Nominee Turns Personal Loan to His Campaign Into a (Big) Gift

Originally posted 06/23/2016 10:05PM

Donald Trump is stepping up to put a $50 million-dent in his campaign cash crisis.

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Trump Tower Kiosk of Campaign Souvenirs Just Cost Candidate Trump $10,000 in Fines

Trump Tower Kiosk of Campaign Souvenirs Just Cost Candidate Trump $10,000 in Fines

Originally posted 06/23/2016 08:00PM

Donald Trump is being forced to shell out some cash after he missed an important hearing regarding his campaign merchandise, according to a report.

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The Tonight Show

WATCH: Jimmy Fallon Jokingly Reveals Donald Trump's Vice President, Eighth Grade Impressionist 'Little Donald'

Originally posted 06/23/2016 03:00PM

It's Donald Trump ... and Donald Trump?

During a skit on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, the late night host, as Trump, announced that he'd chosen his running mate: his own Mini-Me called Little Donald.

"A lot of people have been speculating about who I'm going to pick as my running mate," Fallon says as Trump. "Chris Christie, LeBron James, Chewbacca Mom? All good choices, but no. The only person good enough to be my vice president is me."

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Reagan White House Files Show Ronald and Nancy Repeatedly Snubbed Donald Trump and His 'Large Ego'

2016 Presidential Elections

Reagan White House Files Show Ronald and Nancy Repeatedly Snubbed Donald Trump and His 'Large Ego'

Originally posted 06/22/2016 04:50PM

In 1986, a 40-year-old Donald Trump sent a letter to then-First Lady Nancy Reagan inviting her to stay at his Mar-a-Lago mansion – which, he informed her, was designed to be the "southern White House" – when she came down for the American Red Cross Ball in Palm Beach, Florida.

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2016 Presidential Elections

Trump's Turn: GOP Nominee Attacks Hillary Clinton as 'World-Class Liar' in Takedown Speech, Launches LyingCrookedHillary.com

Originally posted 06/22/2016 12:00PM

Less than 24 hours after Hillary Clinton delivered a withering rebuke of Donald Trump's economic policies, the presumptive GOP nominee returned the favor with a speech criticizing what he described as the former secretary of state's failed policies and bad judgement.

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