The GOP nominee's messianic complex was on display last week.
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Stuck with Donald Trump, the House speaker insists on running a 2016 campaign that doesn’t exist.
One Donald, two Bills and a whole lot of terrible allegations.
A Serbian news magazine said the GOP presidential nominee called the U.S.-led intervention “a mistake,” but his campaign said the story was a hoax.
IG launched criminal probe, but U.S. Attorney’s Office has declined to prosecute.
Conservatives will see corruption and liberals will see corporatism and expedience, but the exchanges simply expose the candidate who’s been there all along.
Leaked emails suggest the nominee wants open borders and an open financial world market, but her running mate doesn't know anything about that.
If she’s elected president and follows a more moderate path than Obama, it would strengthen her party and offer the GOP a lifeline.
The GOP nominee tweets that he can now "fight for America" the way he wants to.
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