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Analysis: 4 ways to see the emerging and polarizing Clinton-Trump fall campaign

Analysis: 4 ways to see the emerging and polarizing Clinton-Trump fall campaign
usatoday.com — The primaries aren't over, but the general election has begun. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, bolstering their formidable leads in convention delegates after five Northeastern primaries Tuesday, are increasingly focused on the fall campaign they expect to wage against one another. "I consider myself the presumptive nominee, absolutely," Trump declared in New York.

Nike founder Phil Knight worries that nation is losing its entrepreneurial edge

Nike founder Phil Knight worries that nation is losing its entrepreneurial edge
usatoday.com — BEAVERTON, Ore. - Phil Knight sports the Nike brand. Literally. The 78-year-old founder of the largest athletic footwear and apparel company in the world rolls up his pants leg to show a faded tattoo on his left calf depicting the company's signature swoosh. Why is it so tiny?

Poll: Trump, Clinton face divides in their parties even if they win nominations

Poll: Trump, Clinton face divides in their parties even if they win nominations
usatoday.com — WASHINGTON - Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton expect to strengthen their claims on the presidential nominations in Tuesday's primaries, but a new USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll underscores the serious challenges they face to heal divisions within their own parties.

For Trump and Clinton: Battle won. But not the war

For Trump and Clinton: Battle won. But not the war
wtsp.com — Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton did what they had to do to put their campaigns back on track Tuesday: win big on their home turf. Their muscular victories in the New York primary didn't eliminate concerns about Trump's toxicity in the Republican Party or about Clinton's vulnerabilities in the Democratic race.

For Trump and Clinton: Battle won. But not the war

For Trump and Clinton: Battle won. But not the war
usatoday.com — Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton did what they had to do to put their campaigns back on track Tuesday: win big on their home turf. Their muscular victories in the New York primary didn't eliminate concerns about Trump's toxicity in the Republican Party or about Clinton's vulnerabilities in the Democratic race.

Sen. Leahy says 'sleazy' Supreme Court fight will reverberate

Sen. Leahy says 'sleazy' Supreme Court fight will reverberate
usatoday.com — WASHINGTON - Vermont Sen. Patrick Leahy, the ranking Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, holds out little hope that President Obama's embattled Supreme Court nominee, Merrick Garland, is ever going to get a Senate hearing. That is, unless Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley of Iowa, who finally met with Garland on Tuesday, decides to go rogue.

Sanders' campaign manager says beating Clinton in N.Y. would alter delegate math

Sanders' campaign manager says beating Clinton in N.Y. would alter delegate math
usatoday.com — WASHINGTON - In the wake of Bernie Sanders' double-digit victory in the Wisconsin primary, campaign manager Jeff Weaver said Wednesday that a surprisingly strong showing by the Vermont senator in the New York primary in two weeks would disrupt the delegate math that now favors Hillary Clinton.

Whoa, Wisconsin: Speed bump for Trump, Clinton

Whoa, Wisconsin: Speed bump for Trump, Clinton
usatoday.com — Whoa, Wisconsin. The Wisconsin primary Tuesday was an unwelcome speed bump for Republican front-runner Donald Trump and Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, raising questions about their presidential campaigns at the moment each was hoping to project an aura of inevitability. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz thumped Trump, with Ohio Gov.

A 3-way presidential race? It's not too late for another White House bid

A 3-way presidential race? It's not too late for another White House bid
12news.com — WASHINGTON -- It's not too late: If Donald Trump loses the Republican presidential nomination, he says he might run for the White House anyway. And if Trump wins the GOP nomination, anti-Trump candidates from the party establishment are considering doing the same.

A 3-way presidential race? It's not too late for another White House bid

A 3-way presidential race? It's not too late for another White House bid
usatoday.com — WASHINGTON -- It's not too late: If Donald Trump loses the Republican presidential nomination, he says he might run for the White House anyway. And if Trump wins the GOP nomination, anti-Trump candidates from the party establishment are considering doing the same.
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May 03, 2016

RT @aedwardslevy: Tweeting out early exit polls is like using a spoon to cut your hair There's nothing wrong with spoons but it's just maybe not the best use

May 03, 2016

Prediction: @GrahamBlog is not going to be invited to the GOP Unity Breakfast. twitter.com/LindseyGrahamS…

May 03, 2016

Fashion statement? Political statement? Or just a statement that spring is here and it's too hot for a sweater? twitter.com/TheFix/status/…

May 03, 2016

Your Qs for @dianeguerrero__ of @OITNB? Interviewing her Wednesday about her new book, her parents' deportation and the immigration debate.

May 03, 2016

So it begins: Tough Democratic ad ties GOP senator to Trump at the top of the ticket. twitter.com/PutnamTVAds/st…

May 03, 2016

RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage: #Trump on the brink in #IndianaPrimary; Airline profits soar, but so do passenger complaints https://tpic.twitter.com/rz9nLTh8cmco/rz9nLTh8cm

May 02, 2016

RT @JillDLawrence: Trending now on social media @USATODAY: Bernie Sanders has no path to the nomination: @JoeTrippi usat.ly/26LQK4Q


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