Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump posted a video on his Instagram featuring the Islamic State “Jihadi John”, President Obama, and Hillary Clinton.
News anchor Megyn Kelly has been the subject of Donald Trump’s comments since the debate. Read on for details on her, her husband and her best photos.
Last night was the first 2016 Presidential GOP Republican Prime Time Debate, featuring Jeb Bush, Donald Trump, Scott Walker, and more. Watch it here.
Check out the top 10 best and funny Donald Trump quotes from the GOP Presidential Debate 2015.
Megyn Kelly asked Donald Trump about his history of making negative comments toward women, like calling them a “fat pig.” Trump centered on O’Donnell and she tweeted back.
Tonight at the Republican Primary Debate 2015, Donald Trump stated he would not rule out an Independent, third party run if not selected as the GOP candidate.
Did Donald Trump call Rosie O’Donnell a fat pig again, but this time at the GOP Debate?
The Republican Primary Debate 2015 panel asked if any of the candidates would NOT support a winning candidate in the GOP party. Donald Trump raised his hand.
Check out all the details on the woman Donald Trump is married to – his wife Melania Knauss, as well as their son Barron.
Here are the takeaways from August 6’s Fox News debate, which is the first time the top 10 candidates for the Republican nomination appeared on the same stage.
Read on for all the details on Donald Trump’s salary and net worth from 2015.
Check out all the best info on Donald Trump as he runs for President. From his net worth to his wife Melania to his kids, we’ve got all the details.
The August 6 debate, hosted by Fox News, however, will not be the only debate among the Republican primary candidates. The Republican National Committee has announced 13 debates and forums in its sanctioned list of debates, compared to the Democratic National Committee’s list of just 6 debates.
It’s the first Republican Presidential Debate in 2015 for the 2016 election. Read on for the top polls and the candidates winning their way to the debate.
Trump climbed to 25 percent in polls, leading Republicans. He’s leading all national polls, with Bush second. Clinton, meanwhile, is losing favorability.