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Stories tagged: Donald Trump

Kathleen Parker: Trump can’t conceal his Trumpiness

But watching the speeches in real time, Trump’s cuts contained a palpable hint of malice that wasn’t present in Clinton’s.

Garrison Keillor: From Trump Tower to Broken Bow

He should pick up his traps and move to Nebraska. He is leading in Nebraska, about 2-to-1. There are wonderful warmhearted people there who love and admire him, so he …

Trump vowing to sue ‘every one’ of his female accusers

Donald Trump on Saturday pledged postelection lawsuits against every woman who has accused him of sexual assault or other inappropriate behavior.

Pennsylvania Republicans sue to allow poll watchers to cross county lines

Stymied in their efforts to pass a bill allowing more freedom to Election Day poll watchers, Pennsylvania Republicans have filed a lawsuit, arguing that their activists have First and 14th …

Clinton campaign ponders ‘what if’ Trump doesn’t concede

Hillary Clinton’s campaign is increasingly preparing for the possibility that Donald Trump may never concede the presidential election should she win, a development that could enormously complicate the crucial early …

Trump TV already exists. It’s called Right Side Broadcasting.

Donald Trump might launch a TV network, should he lose next month’s presidential election, but a place to watch his every move and hear his every word already exists. It’s …

Green Party candidate Jill Stein to visit Portland

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein is holding an event in Portland on Sunday evening.

California voters returning ballots in big numbers, election officials say

Eddie Tong of Sacramento carried his pink vote-by-mail ballot into the county elections office Friday, intent on making sure his preference in the country’s bruising presidential race showed up in …

Clinton campaign: No health issues after mailed powder found

The Hillary Clinton campaign says four people have been examined by medical personnel after a white powdery substance arrived at a New York campaign office and they have reported no …

Charles Krauthammer: WikiLeaks confirms Clinton’s cynicism

The soullessness of this campaign – all ambition and entitlement – emerges almost poignantly in the emails, especially when aides keep asking what the campaign is about.

Green Party candidate Jill Stein to visit Seattle, Olympia

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein is holding events in Seattle and Olympia next week.

Photographer, a former refugee, sues Trump over Skittles tweet

A British photographer and former child refugee has sued the Trump campaign for allegedly using his photo of a bowl of Skittles in a tweet against accepting Syrian refugees into …

Debate surprise: Trump’s abortion description shocks voters

Despicable. Disgusting. And just plain excessive. Voters in the crucial battleground state of Florida recoiled at Donald Trump’s graphic description of late-term abortions from the third and final presidential debate …

Would GOP voters really take to the streets if Donald Trump loses?

The GOP’s nightmare scenario right now is Donald Trump refusing to concede the presidential election, and 1) having his supporters take to the streets in protest, and/or 2) undermining democracy …

Al Gore’s fight in 2000 was nothing like Trump scenario today

Everything was fairly normal in the 2000 presidential election until about 10 p.m. Eastern on Election Day. Television networks had called the state of Florida for Vice President Al Gore, …

Trump says he’ll accept the results of the election – if he wins

Donald Trump made light Thursday of his refusal to promise that he would accept the results of the election.

Another woman accuses Donald Trump of groping

Another woman has come forward accusing Donald Trump of making unwanted sexual advances, saying the decades-old encounter left her feeling shame and disgust.

Ohioans cut from voter list can cast November ballots, judge rules

Ohio voters who were wrongfully removed from the swing state’s registration lists can cast ballots in the Nov. 8 presidential election, a federal judge has ruled.

Election sullies high court’s independence

Every step closer to accepting ideological litmus tests developed in the heat of political campaigns erodes the foundations of the judicial branch.

Dana Milbank: Trump supporters talk of civil war

The candidate’s reckless closing message that nothing is on the level – not Democrats, not the press, not the polls, not Republican leaders, not even the integrity of the voting …

Chris Cillizza: Winners and losers from the final presidential debate

Washington Post columnist Chris Cillizza watched the final presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. He tweeted, took some notes and picked winners and losers. Read his choices.

Debate stunner: Trump won’t say he’ll accept election result

Threatening to upend a fundamental pillar of American democracy, Donald Trump refused to say Wednesday night that he will accept the results of next month’s election if he loses to …

Clinton graded higher than Trump by region’s political experts

Hillary Clinton gets Bs, Donald Trump’s grades more varied in third debate.

Debate moderator: Fox’s Wallace extracts headline with follow-up question

Fox News’ Chris Wallace worked hard Wednesday to keep the final presidential debate substantive with tough questions to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, but it was the simplest of queries …

Debate moment: That time Trump refused to say he’ll accept election result

Sometimes, the answer to a debate question seems obvious. Donald Trump, will you absolutely accept the results of this presidential election? He dodged. Twice.

Debate analysis: A promising start, then more of same

When the final presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump started, it seemed as if it might be the best of the three and certainly Trump’s best. By the …

Debate fact check: Trump, Clinton and their debate claims

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both struggled in the final presidential debate to explain comments from their past. A look at some of the claims from the debate:

Trump won’t say if he’d accept an electoral loss

Donald Trump declined to say during Wednesday night’s debate whether he would accept the results of the presidential election if he lost.

Vegas bookies set odds for debate

If Donald Trump says the word “rigged” five times or more during Wednesday night’s debate, bookies will be paying out. Oddsmakers are even taking bets on whether the presidential candidates …

Debate Round III: where the candidates stand on the world’s hot spots

Where the two presidential candidates stand on the world’s hot spots.