Cruz referenced Mitt Romney's suggestion that there could be a "bombshell" in Trump's returns, and speculated that it could be that Trump is "embarrassed" to reveal that he isn't as rich as he says he is, or that he is anxious about legal exposure for the years for which he is being audited.
Rubio went further in a message to thousands of supporters in Leesburg, Virginia: "We can not be a party who refuses to condemn white supremacists and the Ku Klux Klan", Rubio said . He added of the judge: "Now, he is Hispanic, I believe". Afterward, Bill Clingin, a retiree from Marshall County, Ala., said the media were berating Trump .
Six KKK members arrived at the park to start their planned walk and protest and were immediately attacked and stomped by counter-protesters, who numbered about 30, Wyatt said. The melee spanned a block-long area, he said. As for the seven counterprotestors who still remain in custody, they were booked for assault with a deadly weapon or elder abuse for stomping on an elderly Klansman.
The station was closed to passengers for some time, but no explosives were found on her. A preliminary investigation revealed that the suspect is a children's nanny in her late 30s, who is a citizen of a " Central Asian country ".
The undersheriff says they have asked him why. Prosecutors say they're confident they have a strong case against him, which includes surveillance video, the weapon used in the murder and a confession. Since Dalton's arrest, several people have come forward to say that he picked them up for Uber in the hours after the first attack. Kalamazoo County Sheriff Richard Fuller said Uber is cooperating with law enforcement officials, and he believes the company will "help us fill in some timeline ...
Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, a member of the Judiciary Committee, told reporters earlier in the day after members of the panel huddled with Senate GOP leaders in McConnell's office. "At the moment, we don't even have a proposed nominee, so I don't want to get ahead of my skis", Whitehouse said. Mark Kirk, R-Ill., who faces an arduous re-election race this fall, are among the few who've voiced support for at least holding hearings on an Obama nominee.