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Kaine Tells Florida Politicians to Stop 'Social Darwinism Me First' Trump


Alex Wong/Getty Images(PEMBROKE PINES, Fla.) -- Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine met with Florida mayors and elected officials on Saturday, encouraging them to deliver the state for his running mate Hillary Clinton by contrasting the Clinton-Kaine ticket from what he called a "Social Darwinism me first" Donald Trump.Kaine made the remarks in Pembroke Pines, Florida. In attendance were Sen. Bill Nelson and Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the former chair of the Democratic National

Hillary Clinton Receives 1st Classified Briefing as Democratic Nominee


Justin Sullivan/Getty Images(WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.) -- Hillary Clinton spent Saturday morning at an FBI facility near her New York home meeting with staffers from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence who briefed her on major threats and emerging concerns around the world.Clinton arrived at the office in White Plains, New York, which is roughly 20 minutes from her Chappaqua home, about 9 a.m. The meeting lasted over two hours and she attended it alone, a campaign aide said.Any attende

Hillary Clinton Arrives at FBI Office for Classified Briefing


Justin Sullivan/Getty Images(WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.) -- Hillary Clinton arrived Saturday morning at the FBI's satellite office in suburban New York City for her first national security briefing as the Democratic nominee for president.Clinton arrived at the office in White Plains, New York, which is roughly 20 minutes from her Chappaqua home, about 9 a.m. Her campaign has not said who is attending the meeting with her.Any attendees aside from the presidential candidate have to hold the necessary secu

President Obama Calls on GOP to Take Action Against Zika


Official White House Photo by Pete Souza(WASHINGTON) -- In this week's address, President Obama called on Republicans in Congress to take action and vote to fund the administration’s $1.9 billion response to the Zika virus.The president said Republicans in Congress have failed to take action on this issue."We were forced to use resources we need to keep fighting Ebola, cancer, and other diseases," President Obama said. "We took that step because we have a responsibility to protect the

What Donald Trump and His Campaign Have Said About Immigration This Week


ABC/ Ida Mae Astute(NEW YORK) -- Donald Trump says he plans to discuss his immigration plan at length in a speech at some point next week, but that hasn’t stopped the Republican presidential nominee from teasing some of the possible changes he may adopt.His plan to build a wall along the southern U.S. border has not changed since he introduced it early in his campaign, but his proposal for what to do with undocumented immigrants who are already in the country may have.In November, Trump fi

Tim Kaine: Trump Says 'Clearly Prejudicial and Bigoted' Things


ABCNews.com(TALLAHASSEE, Fla.) -- Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine depicted Donald Trump Friday as a man peddling "prejudicial and bigoted" ideas but stopped short of calling him a racist.Following an appearance at a voter registration drive at the historically black Florida A&M University, reporters asked Kaine if Trump is racist."I don’t know him but he says things that are clearly prejudicial and bigoted," Kaine said.During his remarks to the mostly African-American

Unclear If Trump Knew of Past Charges Against Campaign CEO


ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Donald Trump's campaign manager said Friday she did not know whether the Republican presidential nominee was aware of the domestic violence charges reportedly filed two decades ago against new Trump campaign CEO Stephen Bannon."I don't know what he [Trump] was aware of with respect to a 20-year-old claim where the charges were dropped,” Kellyanne Conway said on ABC News' Good Morning America.Bannon was "charged with misdemeanor domestic violence, battery and dissuad

Hillary Clinton Rejects Donald Trump's 'Bigot' Comments


Barbara Kinney for Hillary for America(WASHINGTON) -- After being called a "bigot" by her White House rival earlier in the week, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton refused to directly return the insult when prompted in an interview Friday, instead reiterating her charge that Republican nominee Donald Trump is a man with a "long history of racial discrimination" and all she can do is "point to the evidence of what he has said and what he has done."In an interview on MSNBC’s Mor

Rep. Steve King: Trump's Pivot on Immigration Gives Him an 'Uneasy Feeling'


Eric Hanson for The Washington Post via Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — One of Congress’ conservative immigration hawks is worried by Donald Trump’s shifting tone on his signature immigration policy.“There’s not much that’s happened that’s encouraged me,” Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, said of Trump's pivot in an interview with ABC News.Trump, who won the GOP primary with his pledge to deport millions of undocumented immigrants with a "deportation force," sof

Trump 'Deserves Credit' for African-American Outreach, Campaign Manager Says


ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Donald Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway defended her candidate on ABC News' Good Morning America Friday morning, saying that he "deserves credit" for his outreach to African-American voters.The interview also covered Trump's immigration plan, the details of which have been questioned in recent days, after the Republican nominee appeared to soften his stance on the issue in recent days.Copyright © 2016, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Sen. McCain's Primary Challenger: He's Too Old to Be Re-Elected


ABC/Donna Svennevik(WASHINGTON) -- John McCain's primary challenger has once again declared that the Arizona senator -- who turns 80 on Monday -- is too old to be re-elected."John McCain has fallen down on the job," Dr. Kelli Ward, a former state senator, told MSNBC's Chuck Todd during an interview Thursday. "He's gotten weak. He's gotten old.""I want to give him the best birthday present ever -- the gift of retirement," said 47-year-old Ward.When asked by Todd to explain her comments, Ward remi

Tim Kaine Fires Back at Donald Trump in 'Late Show' Debut


Michael Davidson for Hillary for America(NEW YORK) -- In an interview on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine joked about being "America’s stepdad” but also got serious discussing Donald Trump’s immigration stance and the GOP nominee calling Hillary Clinton a “bigot.”Kaine’s appearance on The Late Show airs Thursday on CBS. It is his first appearance on a late-night talk show as a vice presidential candidate. He pr

Donald Trump: No Path to Legalization for Undocumented Immigrants


ABC News(NEW YORK) --  Donald Trump is offering more details on his ever-evolving immigration plan, telling CNN's Anderson Cooper that there would be no legal status for undocumented immigrants."There's no path to legalization unless they leave the country," Trump told Cooper after an event in Manchester, New Hampshire. "When they come back in, then they can start paying taxes, but there is no path to legalization unless they leave the country and then come back."According to CNN, he also s

Hillary Clinton: Donald Trump Has Used 'Prejudice and Paranoia' in Campaign


ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Hillary Clinton hit back at Donald Trump and his campaign tactics relating to race the day after he called her "a bigot," saying his real message is, "Make America hate again.""From the start, Donald Trump has built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia," she said at an event in Reno, Nevada, Thursday."Everywhere I go, people tell me how concerned they are by the divisive rhetoric coming from my opponent in this election. I understand that concern because it’s like n

Donald Trump Pre-Empts Hillary Clinton's Speech: 'We're Not' Racists


ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Ahead of a Hillary Clinton speech which will attempt to link Donald Trump’s campaign to the "alt-right" -- the radical faction of the conservative movement -- the Republican nominee countered the suggestion that his supporters are bigoted today in New Hampshire."The news reports are that Hillary Clinton is going to try and accuse this campaign, and all of you, and the millions of decent Americans ... who support this campaign, your campaign, of being racists," Trump s

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