Donald Trump’s critics said his hastily arranged visit to Mexico was an act of desperation, a Hail Mary pass, the sign of an erratic campaign.
Donald Trump, in a speech on immigration, told a crowd in Phoenix, Arizona Wednesday that U.S. immigration policy must serve the American people and the government should choose immigrants “we think are the likeliest to thrive and flourish and love us.”
As a conservative, I’ve waited a lifetime for the speech I heard from Donald Trump on Wednesday night in Arizona.
Most voters think Hillary Clinton is dishonest and will do anything to get elected, and many feel it’s likely the Clintons were selling influence through their foundation. At the same time, most think Donald Trump is dishonest and will do anything to get elected, and many think he’s hiding something in his unreleased tax returns.
Donald Trump's immigration policy proposals were a wish-list of the “enforcement only” approach that has been tried, and failed, for the past twenty years.
The naysayers are getting it wrong, as Mexico's Pena Nieto takes a pragmatic approach to a possible Donald Trump presidency
Syndicated columnist and Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer said Wednesday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s impromptu trip to Mexico to meet with that country’s president paid off, and could be a boon for his campaign.
The race for the White House has narrowed. A new Fox News Poll finds Donald Trump gaining ground in the head-to-head matchup, despite improvements from Hillary Clinton on top issues.
Even before Donald Trump landed in Mexico Wednesday, he found himself in a Twitter war with former Mexican President Vicente Fox – who went on a tear declaring the Republican nominee “not welcome” in the country.
Hillary Clinton pitched her foreign policy to Republican voters in a speech to the American Legion on Wednesday, arguing that she would best uphold American values and protect national security interests.
Hillary Clinton’s popularity has hit a new low with registered voters, according to the latest Washington Post/ABC News poll.
If you were running debate prep for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, it would seem a safe bet that you wouldn’t want to give away your strategy.
Several top Democrats want the FBI to investigate whether the campaign for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump was involved in the recent hack of Democratic Party computers.