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Embattled Trump returns to strong suit: campaigning

Melbourne - With his presidency in turmoil and political adversaries baying for blood, Donald Trump is trading the Washington mud pit for more soothing surroundings: a campaign stage and crowds of thousands chanting his name.

Trump supporters flock to Washington for inaugural

Washington - Republican Linda Cools journeyed from Chicago to Washington to be a part of history: the upcoming inauguration of her favorite candidate Donald Trump to be the United States' 45th president."I'm very excited.

LePage: John Lewis should 'thank white Republicans' for freedom

Augusta - Maine Gov. Paul LePage, a Republican known for making racist and other inflammatory statements, ripped Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) for criticizing President-elect Donald Trump, saying the civil rights icon should thank white Republicans for ending slavery.

Trump's VP Mike Pence: political chops and a deft touch

New York - Where Donald Trump is brash and tough-talking, Mike Pence is deft and disciplined.

Surprise and euphoria at Trump headquarters

New York - "U-S-A, U-S-A, U-S-A!"Euphoric supporters celebrated Donald Trump's shock victory with loud yells and wolf whistles early Wednesday, convinced their president-elect can bring a change that America desperately needs.

Trump: boisterous boy turned alpha male at military school

New York - The spacious, columned house stands on a tree-lined hill in a wealthy Queens enclave: this is where Donald Trump spent his boisterous, sometimes troublesome childhood under a strict father who started him on his career in real estate.

Trump name becomes liability in luxury NY real estate

New York - Trump Place Apartments are luxury living at one of New York's finest addresses, with marble floors, grand entrance halls, attentive doormen and magnificent views across the Hudson River.

Trump fortune-telling Zoltar doll provokes New York

New York - There's little love for Donald Trump in his hometown these days, so New York has been both tickled and repelled by a fortune-telling, Trump-in-a-box mocking his offense-dishing campaign for president.

Trump's female supporters oblivious to sleaze scandal

Esbon - Lewd remarks about groping women? It's locker-room banter. Accusing former US president Bill Clinton of sexual abuse? He had to. Left for dust in the polls? Pollsters lie.

More gumption: Fans urge Trump to up debate game

Council Bluffs - It's 10 days to America's next presidential debate, but some of Donald Trump's most ardent admirers agree: he must do better -- focus more on policy, and hit Hillary Clinton harder.

Palestinians condemn Trump vow on Jerusalem as Israel's capital

Ramallah - Palestinian leaders Monday accused Donald Trump of abandoning any hope of a two-state solution after the Republican candidate said he would recognise Jerusalem as Israel's "undivided" capital if he won the US presidential election.

Trump says he'll recognize Jerusalem as Israel's 'undivided' capital

New York - Republican candidate Donald Trump pledged to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's "undivided" capital if he is elected president, meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who Hillary Clinton also met that evening.

US judge denies request to delay Trump University trial

Los Angeles - A US federal judge denied a request for a five-week delay by Donald Trump's attorneys in a trial over whether the Republican presidential candidate's now-defunct Trump University had fleeced customers.

New York to open inquiry into Trump foundation

Washington - New York state's top law enforcement official said he has opened an investigation into the Donald J Trump Foundation, citing worries the Republican presidential nominee's charity has been involved in "impropriety.

Pence releases tax returns, Trump still won't

Washington - Republican White House hopeful Donald Trump's running mate released 10 years of tax returns on Friday, but his billionaire boss still refuses to do so, leading critics to cry foul over his lack of transparency.

Trump to visit Mexico before giving immigration speech

Washington - Donald Trump announced he would travel to Mexico on Wednesday to meet its president, just hours ahead of giving a much-anticipated speech in Arizona on immigration.

Trump may visit Mexico before immigration speech: report

Washington - White House hopeful Donald Trump may travel to Mexico Wednesday to meet with the country's president just hours ahead of his highly anticipated speech on immigration, US media reported.

Trump slams Clinton for 'Third World' — style corruption

New York - Donald Trump stepped up his attacks on Hillary Clinton, accusing her of "Third World"-style corruption over her family's charitable foundation and calling her unfit to hold office.

Trump slams Clinton's 'more of the same, but worse' in first ad

Charlotte - Donald Trump released his first television ad of the presidential campaign, saying his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton is synonymous with disorder and illegal immigration.

Trump campaign chief Manafort: Dark knight of lobbyists

New York - Paul Manafort, Donald Trump's campaign chairman who was thrust into the headlines this week in connection with a Ukrainian corruption investigation, is a formidable Republican strategist who spent years lobbying for rogues and dictators.

Republicans, in revolt, urge party to de-fund Trump: report

Washington - More than 70 influential Republicans have signed a letter urging the party to stop spending money on Donald Trump's presidential campaign and direct it instead to November's congressional races, a news report said on Friday.

Trump Tower climber captured after three-hour ascent

New York - A man spent three hours scaling Trump Tower, the New York home and headquarters of the Republican nominee for US president, before police captured him through an open window.

Anti-Trump wave courses through Republican ranks

Washington - More Republicans broke ranks Tuesday with their party's White House nominee Donald Trump, issuing dire warnings that his recklessness and lack of policy chops would put the United States in danger.

Republican national security officials reject Trump

Washington - Fifty senior Republican national security officials have issued a stinging rejection of their party's White House nominee Donald Trump, warning if elected he would be "the most reckless president in American history".

Trump unveils economic plan to 'jump-start' US

Washington - Republican Donald Trump said Monday he would slash taxes, block onerous financial regulations and unleash the energy sector as he pledged to "jump-start America" with a new economic plan if he is elected president.

Anti-Trump conservative launches US presidential bid

Washington - As if Hillary Clinton were not formidable enough of a rival, Donald Trump now faces competition from a new quarter -- largely unknown Republican dissident, Evan McMullin, who launched his White House bid Monday.

Trump, seeking to end Republican row, backs House speaker

Washington - Donald Trump has reversed course and endorsed House Speaker Paul Ryan for re-election, seeking to end deep divisions within the Republican Party and stem his presidential campaign's bleeding after several self-inflicted wounds.

Trump talk of rigged election 'ridiculous,' says Obama

Washington - President Barack Obama on Thursday dismissed as "ridiculous" Republican White House candidate Donald Trump's assertion that the US election in November will be rigged in Democrat Hillary Clinton's favor."If Mr.

With Trump talk of 'rigged' election, a line crossed?

Washington - Donald Trump's assertion that the US presidential election will be rigged has triggered alarm among observers, who warn he could be laying the groundwork for rejecting a Hillary Clinton win and even sparking civil unrest.

Donald Trump 'scares the hell out of me': NY police chief

New York - New York police commissioner Bill Bratton on Wednesday called Donald Trump unfit to lead the United States, saying the Republican presidential candidate "scares the hell" out of him.
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