Donald Trump went into his first one-on-one presidential debate with his base solidly behind him. But one would assume he also wanted to continue his outreach to minority and female voters. He does, after all, need to win the approval of half of the population, one that is rapidly becoming more diverse.
Dear Rep. Robert Pittenger: You may be the elected U.S. congressman from the district of North Carolina that runs through my neighborhood; but you don't represent me. When asked for your reaction to the citizens who took to the streets of Charlotte to protest the killings of people of color by law enforcement and plead for...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Lara Trump, presidential candidate Donald Trump's daughter-in-law, is just a "Carolina girl," from Wilmington, she wants you to know, with "good Southern values." And Donald Trump, "the man I know him to be," is "a very humble, soft-spoken, funny guy," with a weakness for McDonald's.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Lara Trump, the candidate's daughter-in-law, is just a "Carolina girl," from Wilmington, she wants you to know, with "good Southern values." And Donald Trump, "the man I know him to be," is "a very humble, soft-spoken, funny guy," with a weakness for McDonald's.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - It's obvious why North Carolina is tantalizing for both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton and why the Republican and Democratic presidential candidates each made an appearance in the battleground state this week. Trump was in Greenville on Tuesday (and will be in Asheville on Monday), and on Thursday afternoon, Clinton attended a rally at Johnson C.
PHILADELPHIA - Since the beginning of his presidency, Barack Obama's opponents have tried to make him something he is not: an angry black man and/or some foreign "other" not entitled to claim the American story as his own. President Obama, with his Democratic National Convention speech on Wednesday night, answered back.
PHILADELPHIA - When you want to put on a memorable show, you cast a superstar to get it started. Is anyone surprised to see a Michelle Obama speech scheduled for Monday, Day One of the Democratic National Convention?
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