“I don't want to energize the group,” he said of the white nationalist movement, according to New York Times reporters. Trump has been slow to distance himself or even acknowledge the movement.
“I think moving forward the alt-right as an intellectual vanguard can complete Trump.”
“The fulfillment of all of my political and sociocultural fantasies all at the same time.” A new White House aide is a “classy barbarian.”
Populism and nationalism on the march.
Secret Service officials said the disruption was caused by someone shouting the word "gun" — but no weapon was found and the man arrested has been released.
“The FBI has it all,” Trump said on Thursday, amid a period of widespread and dueling leaks from the bureau.
“We’ve gotta be nice and cool, nice and cool,” Trump said. “Stay on point, Donald, stay on point. No sidetracks, Donald. Nice and easy.”
There really is a Trump movement. But does it still exist if he loses?
"The truth is I think we're winning," Trump said today in Florida.
"A sly reference," says a white nationalist leader.
The speech was billed as an exciting new plan and it was mostly just more of the same.
The conservative think tank has taken a cold-call approach.
The Republican nominee wouldn't commit to honoring the election's results, setting up a reality finale on election night — and sending his supporters out to defend him citing Al Gore.
"People who died 10 years ago are still voting," Donald Trump told his supporters, claiming voter fraud will play a role in the 2016 election.
In recent days, Donald Trump has increasingly argued that the election is rigged — something supporters, including elected officials, have echoed.
On Wednesday, students at the Christian college who spoke to BuzzFeed News mostly all condemned the Trump tape. But most said they felt they would vote for him anyway.
Pence is trying to make the fallout from the Trump hot mic video into a redemption narrative.
After 48 hours of fallout, Donald Trump decided to give his base what they really wanted.
"The guests were invited, he pointed them out, but that was not what 90 minutes were focused on.”
“This is a no-brainer,” said one Republican strategist who spoke on condition of anonymity. “His best move was to not endorse. He endorsed, which put him in the worst possible position. Now he’s been given an out to rescind his endorsement for very justifiable reasons. This is a gift. It’s not going to get better than this.”