YUGE Historic Win for Trump, Pence

With 274 electoral votes, President-Elect Donald J. Trump goes from building skyscrapers to rebuilding a nation.


How to Win in the Final 72 Hours Before Election

We can win this election. As the reality of Clinton's corruption sets in, states that were unthinkable for Trump are now in play as winnable swing states. As we roll into the final 72 hours before the election, here is what we need to do to win.


Trump Releases Contract with American Voter in Gettysburg

Trump released his Contract with the American Voter to protect workers, restore security, stop corruption and work with Congress on 10 Acts during his first 100 days. "As we stand on this hallowed ground where so many died in the service of freedom, we hope to follow Lincoln's example in healing our divided nation," Donald Trump today said at the Eisenhower Complex in Gettysburg, PA.


Trump, Clinton Have Final Debate Showdown in Las Vegas

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton had their third and final Presidential debate in Las Vegas, NV October 19. Among other things, Trump said the Clinton Foundation is a criminal enterprise and she should not have been allowed to run for the Presidency.


Trump Responds to False Harassment Allegations

Donald Trump responded to false sexual harassment allegations at a rally today in West Palm Beach, Florida. He said the claims of harassment are false and totally fabricated. He said the Clintons are criminals and "people who are capable of such crimes against our nation are capable of anything." Trump said about the corrupt political establishment, "Their financial resources are unlimited. Their political resources are unlimited. Their media resources are unlimited. And, most importantly, the depths of their immorality is unlimited."


Trump and Clinton Debate at Washington University

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton had their debate tonight at Washington University in St. Louis, MO. This debate took the form of a Town Hall meeting with half the questions posed by uncommitted voters. The moderators asked the remaining half of the questions "based on topics of broad public interest as reflected in social media and other sources." Trump hit Clinton very hard on her record and 30-year history in politics.