Smaller protests greet Trump as Ducey takes stage

PHOENIX (AP) – Donald Trump’s much-anticipated immigration speech Wednesday drew calmer protests than his previous visits to Phoenix. But it brought out new politicians to his stage, namely Gov. Doug Ducey. A large police presence surrounded the 300 protesters outside the downtown Phoenix rally as they waved signs, smashed a Trump piñata, performed traditional indigenous…

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Republicans unnerved by failure of Trump's ground operation

UPPER CHICHESTER, Pa. — Spearheading the ground operation for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, a state GOP field director Wednesday led a half-dozen volunteers knocking on doors in this blue-collar suburb of Philadelphia to drum up support and build a voter database for a get-out-the-vote push in November. The reception at nearly every door was less…

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Donald Trump still plans to build border wall, Mexico's Pena Nieto vows not to pay for it

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Donald Trump still plans to build border wall, Mexico's Pena Nieto vows not to pay for it

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Federal gun-buying ban upheld for medical marijuana cardholders

A federal appeals court upheld the federal ban on the sale of guns through federally licensed firearms dealers to individuals who hold medical marijuana cards, agreeing that possession of a card gives a dealer “reasonable cause to believe” that a person is an unlawful drug user. A Nevada woman brought the case after a gun…

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Donald Trump's successful Mexico meeting

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Give that man a Nobel Peace Prize! Donald Trump — the modern day Paul Revere — rocked the political world when he jumped into the race last year warning about the invasion across America’s southern border that politicians in both parties had been desperately trying to cover up for years. Actually, Revere did not…

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Rob Portman likely to win Ohio, but state may go to Clinton in November

Outside allies of both GOP Sen. Rob Portman and his Democratic opponent, Ted Strickland, are sending signals they think Mr. Portman is on his way to winning re-election in Ohio, even as polls show Hillary Clinton essentially tied with or slightly ahead of Donald Trump in the all-important state. Senate Majority PAC, the major super…

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Rob Portman likely to win Ohio, but state may go to Clinton in November

Outside allies of both GOP Sen. Rob Portman and his Democratic opponent, Ted Strickland, are sending signals they think Mr. Portman is on his way to winning re-election in Ohio, even as polls show Hillary Clinton essentially tied with or slightly ahead of Donald Trump in the all-important state. Senate Majority PAC, the major super…

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Hillary Clinton says she will be better for military than Trump

Facing an uphill climb with men and women in uniform, Hillary Clinton on Wednesday made an impassioned pitch to veterans and service members, touting “American exceptionalism” and arguing that she is the only presidential candidate in the race capable and qualified to be commander in chief. Speaking at the American Legion’s annual convention in Cincinnati,…

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Hillary Clinton says she will be better for military than Trump

Facing an uphill climb with men and women in uniform, Hillary Clinton on Wednesday made an impassioned pitch to veterans and service members, touting “American exceptionalism” and arguing that she is the only presidential candidate in the race capable and qualified to be commander in chief. Speaking at the American Legion’s annual convention in Cincinnati,…

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