Several Republicans have jumped ship this week and backed Hillary Clinton for president over Donald Trump, but now, the Manhattan billionaire may have taken a step to try and mend fences. Josh Robin filed the following report. Donald Trump was back in Iowa with a warning. "I'll tell you what.
President Barack Obama is continuing to issue warnings about Donald Trump, but with a tone indicating he's trying to avoid entering the daily political fray. Josh Robin filed the following report. President Barack Obama wants you to picture Donald Trump with his finger on the proverbial trigger.
Republicans fear he could bring down their party this November, but Donald Trump insists his campaign is as united as ever, even as he admits concern the November election may go to rival Hillary Clinton. Josh Robin filed the following report. Donald Trump took the microphone and insisted everything is just fine, despite reports to the contrary.
At the Democratic Convention last week, Hillary Clinton spotlighted several key Republicans backing her. Now that list is growing and it comes as President Obama is amplifying calls for Republicans to do more than just distance themselves from their nominee. Josh Robin reports.
President Barack Obama is asking leading Republicans to renounce their support of Donald Trump, making the statements while meeting with the prime minister of Singapore in Washington. Josh Robin reports.
Hillary Clinton is back on the campaign trail Friday after officially accepting the Democratic Party's nomination for president. She is scheduled to host a rally in Philadelphia on Friday before she tours with running mate Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine in Pennsylvania and Ohio, two key swing states in the general election.
Bad Companions If tradition holds, the best seats in Philadelphia's Democratic National Convention this week will go to New York's delegation-a nod to Hillary Clinton 's adopted state. As she looks out from the podium, she may see some familiar faces: Governor Andrew Cuomo, who served in Bill Clinton's administration as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, and whose late father, Mario, nominated Bill Clinton for president in 1992.
Election Day for Bill de Blasio is well more than a year away, but the mayor has already amassed a healthy-sized campaign account. NY1's Josh Robin filed the following report. Mayor Bill de Blasio kicked off the city's summer youth job program, beginning somberly as he turned to Nice.
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