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Donald Trump Says He Has One of the 'Best Temperaments' of Any Presidential Cand


ABCNews.com(COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.) -- Republican nominee Donald Trump told a crowd of supporters on Friday that he has "one of the best temperaments" of any previous presidential candidate."I think I have the best temperament, or certainly one of the best temperaments, of anybody that’s ever run for the office of president. Ever," he told a crowd in Colorado Springs, Colo. Friday. "Because I have a winning temperament. I know how to win."Trump's critic have repeatedly assailed his temper

The Post-Convention Bounce: What to Watch for in the Race for the White House


ABC/ Ida Mae Astute(NEW YORK) -- For decades, political conventions have marked one of the best moments to plead your case to the American electorate and generate momentum headed toward November.In the past, most political conventions were held several weeks apart, giving each party an opportunity to push their message and candidates -- and giving pollsters enough time to adequately measure the so-called “convention bounce.”The convention bounce is a small -- or sometimes not-so-mall

Controversial North Carolina Voter ID Law Struck Down by Federal Appeals Court


iStock/Thinkstock(RALEIGH, N.C.) -- With just 101 days until Election Day, a federal appeals court struck down key parts of North Carolina’s controversial voter ID law, saying “we can only conclude that the North Carolina General Assembly enacted the challenged provisions of the law with discriminatory intent.”“We cannot ignore the record evidence that, because of race, the legislature enacted one of the largest restrictions of the franchise in modern North Carolina histo

Watching Daughters Watch Hillary: Parents Share Photos of Girls Viewing History


ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- As Chelsea Clinton spoke at the Democratic National Convention to introduce her mother, Hillary Clinton watched her daughter in admiration from backstage before stepping out to make history as the first female nominee of a major party.She wasn’t the only one sharing an historic moment with her daughter. Supporters across the country shared photographs on Twitter of daughters, granddaughters, mothers and grandmothers watching intently.So proud. pic.t

Clinton Embarks on Bus Tour Courting Anti-Trump Republicans


Barbara Kinney for Hillary for America(PHILADELPHIA) -- Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, fresh off her historic week in Philadelphia, kicked off the last 100 days of her campaign by embarking on a bus tour that will be part of a concerted effort by the Clinton campaign to court anti-Donald Trump Republican voters."As of tomorrow, we have 100 days to take our case to America. So what better brace to kick off this campaign than right here in in Philadelphia where it all started 2

Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Targeted by Cyber-Attack


iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has been targeted in a cyber-attack, the committee's national press secretary Meredith Kelly said on Friday."The DCCC can confirm that we have been the target of a cybersecurity incident," Kelly said in a statement to ABC News.An investigation into the attack is ongoing but investigators have said "this is similar to other recent incidents, including the DNC breach," Kelly said, referring to the recent hack of the D

Hillary Clinton Makes History Accepting Democratic Nomination


ABC News(PHILADELPHIA) --  Hillary Clinton has accepted the Democratic party's presidential nomination, making history as the first woman to be chosen to run for the highest office in the land by a major party in the United States.The former secretary of state, introduced by her daughter Chelsea, drew on the historic roots of Philadelphia as a way to reiterate one of her campaign slogans."Our Founders embraced the enduring truth that we are stronger together," she said. "America is once aga

Chelsea Clinton Says Her Mother 'Never Forgets Who She's Fighting For'


ABC News(PHILADELPHIA) --  Chelsea Clinton, daughter of Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton, praised her mother's dedication to public service in her speech introducing the former secretary of state to the DNC, saying that "she never forgets who she's fighting for.""I'm here as a proud American, a proud Democrat, a proud mother, and a very, very proud daughter," Chelsea Clinton began in her endorsement of her mother.She described her mother as "wonderful" and "hilarious," and recounted

Debbie Wasserman Schultz Says She 'Took One for the Team' by Resigning


Adam Schultz for Hillary for America(NEW YORK) --  Outgoing Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz spoke about her resignation during a reception at the party's convention today, saying she “took one for the team” by stepping down from her leadership post.“This has been a difficult week. There’s no question about it," she said at the reception by the National Jewish Democratic Council. "And I am so proud of my team, some of whom are here, that p

Clinton Adviser Shoots Down Press Conference Criticism


ABC News(PHILADELPHIA) --  In an interview with ABC News on day four of the Democratic National Convention, Joel Benenson, a chief strategist and pollster with Hillary Clinton's campaign, addressed the growing public scrutiny over the Democratic presidential nominee's lack of press conferences."We'll have a press conference when we want to have a press conference," said Benenson.While Clinton has appeared in one-on-one interviews and made various television appearances throughout the campai

Trump Says He Wanted to 'Hit a Couple of [DNC] Speakers So Hard'


ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said Thursday afternoon he wanted to "hit" some of the Democratic National Convention speakers "so hard" while watching them last night, including a "little guy...so hard his head would spin.""You know what I wanted to. I wanted to hit a couple of those speakers so hard," Trump said. "I would have hit them. No, no. I was going to hit them, I was all set and then I got a call from a highly respected governor."Trump didn't immediat

Julian and Joaquin Castro Weigh In on Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump


ABC News(PHILADELPHIA) -- In an interview with ABC News' David Muir, U.S. secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro said Hillary Clinton just needs to "be herself" when she takes to the stage this evening to address the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia and formally accept the party's nomination for president."She's been in the public eye now for almost 25 years," said Castro, "and so part of the challenge is, that people are not suddenly going to think of you in a to

Former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm on Whether She'll Be the Next Democratic


ABC News(PHILADELPHIA) -- Will former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm serve as the future chair of the Democratic Party?“I do not know where that came from. I did not put my name in,” Granholm told ABC News Political Director Rick Klein, shutting down the possibility of her taking over the reins of the Democratic Party from interim chair Donna Brazile.“I have not talked to anybody about it. I totally endorse Donna Brazile,” Granholm explained.“But she’s only g

Transgender Woman Sarah McBride Becomes First to Address a National Convention a


ABC News(PHILADELPHIA) -- An LGBT activist made history today by being the first transgender woman to address a national political convention.Sarah McBride, who now works at the Human Rights Campaign, told her story at the Democratic convention and said that while "LGBTQ people are still targeted by hate that lives in both laws and in hearts... tomorrow can be different.""Four years ago, I came out as transgender while serving as student body president in college. At the time, I was scared. I wo

Tim Kaine Says He's Given 'Candid Advice' to Hillary Clinton


Michael Davidson for Hillary for America(PHILADELPHIA) -- Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine says Hillary Clinton will convey an optimistic message when she addresses delegates at the Democratic National Convention Thursday night in Philadelphia.“I think she’s going to tell her story and rooted in this American optimism, which is just a sharp contrast with what we saw in Cleveland last week,” Kaine told ABC News anchor David Muir in an exclusive interview airing T

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