Does Trump still want mass deportations? ‘To be determined,’ campaign manager says.

Anti-Trump demonstrators in Cleveland on July 19, the second day of the Republican National Convention. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) It’s unclear what exactly Donald Trump wants to do when it comes to the 11 million immigrants illegally living in the United States. For months, Trump has firmly said that he would implement mass deportations, saying last summer that all undocumented immigrants “have to go.” Then …

Trump campaign manager no longer wants him to release his tax returns

Kellyanne Conway, Donald Trump’s new campaign manager, speaks to reporters at Trump Tower in New York on Wednesday. (Gerald Herbert/AP) Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, said Sunday morning that she does not want the Republican presidential nominee to release his tax returns until an audit by the Internal Revenue Service is completed, abandoning a position that she took five months ago, when she didn’t work for the campaign and …

Trump campaign has biggest spending month yet, but Clinton still dominates financially

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump shakes hands with supporters at a campaign rally Friday in Dimondale, Mich. (Bill Pugliano/Getty Images) Hillary Clinton outspent Donald Trump by a wide margin in July, funding a costly television blitz and deploying hundreds of staffers across the country — traditional campaign investments that her Republican presidential rival has largely forgone. The Democratic White House contender spent nearly $ 49 million last month through …

Clinton’s allied super PAC laps pro-Trump groups in the money race

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leaves John Jay College of Criminal Justice after a meeting with law enforcement officials Thursday in New York. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images) Democratic billionaires are helping Hillary Clinton’s outside allies sustain a massive cash advantage over an array of super PACs backing Donald Trump, which are still struggling to match the financial arsenal on the left. Priorities USA Action, the main super PAC …

Obama to visit Baton Rouge on Tuesday, following criticism from GOP

President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama walk from the White House on Aug. 6 to board Marine One, en route to Martha’s Vineyard for a family vacation. (Carolyn Kaster/AP) President Obama said he will visit flood-ravaged Louisiana on Tuesday amid calls from some Republicans for him to cut short his vacation to survey the damage. Obama’s announcement followed consultations with Homeland Security Secretary Jeh …

Sanders eyeing return to campaign trail next month — this time for Clinton

Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks at a rally in Washington in June. (Photo by Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) Bernie Sanders, the runner-up for the Democratic presidential nomination, plans to return to the campaign trail after Labor Day, with an eye toward energizing working-class and young voters to support his former rival, Hillary Clinton, he said Friday. “I look forward to it,” the senator from Vermont said …

As Republicans prepare another Clinton probe, polling finds a political toll

On Monday, before it got the FBI to provide summaries of its interview with Hillary Clinton during its probe into her private server, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee released a video about the length of a blockbuster movie trailer. Like a trailer, the video had pulse-quickening music. It featured two scenes, cut together: one of Clinton’s 2015 testimony before the Select Committee on …

Clinton calls for donations for Louisiana flood victims, but warns against causing ‘distractions’

Gene Ulmer and Bonnie Ulmer survey the damage to their home Aug. 19 in St. Amant, La. Last week, Louisiana was overwhelmed with floodwater, causing at least 13 deaths. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images) Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said that she called Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards (D) on Friday, but she suggested that she would not travel to the state to avoid distracting from flood …

Trump, drawing contrast to Obama, visits flood-ravaged Baton Rouge

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump signs a supporter’s shirt outside Greenwell Springs Baptist Church in Central, Louisiana, U.S. August 19, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Friday signed hats and T-shirts for supporters in flood-ravaged Baton Rouge, where he met with victims and response crews at a local church and drove through the city’s damaged streets. Joined by his running mate, Indiana …

Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort resigns, according to a close associate

Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has resigned. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/File Trump campaign chairman and chief strategist Paul Manafort resigned on Friday, following a staff shake-up this week that reduced his role in the campaign. GOP nominee Donald Trump confirmed the resignation in a statement: “This morning Paul Manafort offered, and I accepted, his resignation from the campaign. I am very appreciative for his great work in …
Does Trump still want mass deportations? ‘To be determined,’ campaign manager says.
Trump campaign manager no longer wants him to release his tax returns
Trump campaign has biggest spending month yet, but Clinton still dominates financially
Clinton’s allied super PAC laps pro-Trump groups in the money race
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