Romney told the truth about Trump, "But wait, you say, isn't he a huge business success that knows what he's talking about?" He said Mr. Romney ran "the worst campaign ever" and should have beaten Barack Obama in 2012. "I understand the folks who are supporting Donald right now", Cruz said. The prospect of Trump , with his over-the-top persona and vague, shifting policy positions, winning the nomination has plunged the Republican Party into chaos and sent GOP elites on a desperate ...
Trump is facing civil litigation alleging that he defrauded students. He remains the odds on favorite to win the Republican nomination. There's not much more anyone can do but wait for the voters to weigh in on Trump , who has so far thrived while being caught telling blatant lies and making bigoted and misogynist statements that would instantly destroy a different candidate.
Clinton has attacked controversial Trump before also . "Isn't he a huge business success and doesn't he know what he's talking about?' No, he isn't, and no, he doesn't", Romney said. Trump refused to release a recording of an off-the-record conversation with The New York Times , in which he reportedly claimed he'd be more flexible about illegal immigration than he's letting on.
Revealing too much about the raid would imperil a new push to target and capture ISIS leaders, officials warned. The worry among administration officials now, the Daily Beast reported, is that if they hand over the newest ISIS detainee to the Kurds, they won't bring him to justice for his crimes, either.
Rubio told host Matt Jones that Kentuckians' votes matter and that he believes politics will never be the same after this election cycle. Trump repeatedly called Rubio "little Marco", prompting Rubio to answer, "OK, big Don". Donald Trump protected his reputation on Thursday night by asserting that his hands are definitely normal sized and, on the off chance any other parts of his anatomy correspond with his 100-percent normal-sized hands, then that part is certainly "no problem" either.
Trump at the Republican presidential debate on Thursday night, was not a real university at all but a series of seminars held in hotels across the country that promised to share Mr. Specifically, the AG argued that Trump University intentionally misled more than 5,000 consumers, including more than 600 New Yorkers, into spending as much as $35,000 to participate in seminars and mentorship programs to become successful real estate investors.