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Trump may soften on immigration, aides say

Aides to Donald Trump suggested Sunday that the Republican presidential nominee may be reconsidering his campaign promise to round up and deport 11 million people who are in the United States illegally. His new campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, was asked on CNN’s “State of the Union” if Trump still wants a “deportation force” to remove everyone in the country illegally.


Trump cancels Aug. 31 events in Oregon

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has canceled an Aug. 31 rally and fundraiser in Portland.


Clinton having a quiet August, and for her, that’s just fine

It’s no day at the beach, but Hillary Clinton is having the political equivalent of a quiet August.


Trump and new team have little time to execute new strategy

Donald Trump is on the clock. He has about 80 days to reset and rally a presidential campaign that’s done little but stagger since the close of the Republican convention.


In a first, Trump says he regrets painful comments

For the first time since declaring his presidential run, Republican Donald Trump offered an extended apology to those who may have been hurt by his caustic comments, saying that he regrets some of what he’s said “in the heat of debate.”


Naked Donald Trump statues pop up in cities across the U.S., including Seattle

Life-size naked statues of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump have been put up in New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle and Cleveland.


Trump makes first battleground state ad buys

A new brain trust in place, Donald Trump on Thursday moved to invest nearly $5 million in battleground state advertising as the Republican presidential contender took modest steps to address daunting challenges in the states that will make or break his White House ambitions.


Clinton’s foundation to alter donations policy if elected

The Clinton Foundation will no longer accept foreign and corporate donations if Hillary Clinton is elected president.


Campaign shake up leaves Trump in charge

WASHINGTON – Donald Trump reshuffled his campaign team again Wednesday, bringing the publisher of conservative website Breitbart into his inner circle along with a former ally of his rival Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. The moves follow weeks of falling poll numbers and months of infighting in Trump’s campaign, as the nominee has struggled to overcome controversies that have sidetracked him from his core economic, security and immigration enforcement messages.


Trump campaign shakes up leadership in latest sign of tumult

TETERBORO, N.J. – Republican Donald Trump announced a shakeup of his campaign leadership Wednesday, the latest sign of tumult in his bid for the White House as his poll numbers slip and only 82 days remain before the election. The billionaire real estate mogul named Stephen Bannon of the conservative Breitbart News website as chief executive officer and promoted pollster Kellyanne Conway to campaign manager. Paul Manafort, Trump’s controversial campaign chairman, will retain his title, but it is unclear if his role will change.



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Trump may soften on immigration, aides say

Aides to Donald Trump suggested Sunday that the Republican presidential nominee may be reconsidering his campaign promise to round up and deport 11 million people who are in the United States illegally. His new campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, was asked on CNN’s “State of the Union” if Trump still wants a “deportation force” to remove everyone in the country illegally.


Trump cancels Aug. 31 events in Oregon

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has canceled an Aug. 31 rally and fundraiser in Portland.


Clinton having a quiet August, and for her, that’s just fine

It’s no day at the beach, but Hillary Clinton is having the political equivalent of a quiet August.


Trump and new team have little time to execute new strategy

Donald Trump is on the clock. He has about 80 days to reset and rally a presidential campaign that’s done little but stagger since the close of the Republican convention.


In a first, Trump says he regrets painful comments

For the first time since declaring his presidential run, Republican Donald Trump offered an extended apology to those who may have been hurt by his caustic comments, saying that he regrets some of what he’s said “in the heat of debate.”


Naked Donald Trump statues pop up in cities across the U.S., including Seattle

Life-size naked statues of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump have been put up in New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle and Cleveland.


Trump makes first battleground state ad buys

A new brain trust in place, Donald Trump on Thursday moved to invest nearly $5 million in battleground state advertising as the Republican presidential contender took modest steps to address daunting challenges in the states that will make or break his White House ambitions.


Clinton’s foundation to alter donations policy if elected

The Clinton Foundation will no longer accept foreign and corporate donations if Hillary Clinton is elected president.


Campaign shake up leaves Trump in charge

WASHINGTON – Donald Trump reshuffled his campaign team again Wednesday, bringing the publisher of conservative website Breitbart into his inner circle along with a former ally of his rival Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. The moves follow weeks of falling poll numbers and months of infighting in Trump’s campaign, as the nominee has struggled to overcome controversies that have sidetracked him from his core economic, security and immigration enforcement messages.


Trump campaign shakes up leadership in latest sign of tumult

TETERBORO, N.J. – Republican Donald Trump announced a shakeup of his campaign leadership Wednesday, the latest sign of tumult in his bid for the White House as his poll numbers slip and only 82 days remain before the election. The billionaire real estate mogul named Stephen Bannon of the conservative Breitbart News website as chief executive officer and promoted pollster Kellyanne Conway to campaign manager. Paul Manafort, Trump’s controversial campaign chairman, will retain his title, but it is unclear if his role will change.