Trump and Clinton Debate at Hofstra University


Watch live beginning at 9 PM ET as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have their first Presidential Debate at Hofstra University. The debate lasts 90 minutes without commercial interruption. Or, return post-debate for the archive video.


Trump Meets with Bibi Netanyahu at Trump Tower


Donald Trump today met with Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu at Trump Tower to discuss military assistance, security, and regional stability. Trump said the two countries have a special relationship and an unbreakable bond. They spoke about Israel's border wall, the battle against ISIS and other Islamic terrorists, and the Iran nuclear deal. Trump said his administration would recognize Jerusalem as the eternal and undivided capital of Israel.


Too Little Too Late for Conservative Ideologue Losers


Today, Sen. Ted Cruz finally endorsed Donald Trump - likely on pain of a political future. GOP Chair Reince Priebus warned anti-Trump former candidates that if they didn't honor their pledges, they would receive no party backing for their own future runs. Unfortunately for him, it's more than likely too little too late.



Trump at Cleveland Heights Church: I’m Here to Listen


Donald Trump today told those gathered at a Cleveland Heights church, "I'm here to listen....I'm running to be President for all Americans - every single one....I'm here to learn so we can remedy injustice in all of its very unattractive forms....becoming the nominee of the Party of Abraham Lincoln has been the greatest honor of my life."


Trump: No American Life Should be Lost in Name of Open Borders


Donald Trump today said no American life should be lost in the name of open borders in a speech delivered to the Remembrance Project. Americans are being killed in crimes committed by illegal immigrants in so-called "sanctuary cities," by visa over-stayers, or by those deported but never actually sent back.


Trump Unveils Economic Policies at NY Economic Club


Donald Trump today unveiled his economic policies at the NY Economic Club. The over-arching goals are 4% growth, 25 million new jobs, removal of unnecessary regulations, simplified tax code, energy independence, and improved trade policies. Trump's economic team said a 3.5% growth would create 25 million jobs over the next 10 years, and 4% growth would reduce the deficit.