"Whether you like them, or don't like them, they have done so much for the African Americans and they called them racists."
"I call them the self-segregating caucus, and so, they long ago moved away from the integration that we really need in this country."
Trump has said he will not be releasing his tax returns.
"Well, I just want to get on with, you now, we want to get on with the campaign."
"I'm very proud of it."
Pastor Frank Amedia also said it was "far above" his pay grade to know whether President Obama was born in the US.
"It's typical of Hillary Clinton," Christie said of Hillary Clinton's response to Terence Crutcher's death. "She knows nothing but the mouth never stops."
McCaul has been widely discussed as a potential challenger to Cruz in a race for US Senate in 2018.
Donald Trump Jr. did not properly vet his Skittles tweet.
BuzzFeed News has previously reported that Liberty Action Group's federal election filings show no evidence that the PAC is spending the money to help elect Donald Trump.
"As for the birth certificate I got him to produce, some people have questioned whether it’s authentic," Trump wrote.
“What worries me is the [president] slipping into a war the American people care nothing about."
“I think it was a wrong thing to say," North Dakota Sen. Heidi Heitkamp said in a radio interview. "I think that it ignores the very true concerns that we have about needing change in this country. I think that it was ill-advised. ... I'm glad that she’s denounced that statement."
"When I questioned he gave whatever it was he gave. I'm not exactly sure what he gave but he gave something called a birth certificate. I don't know if it was or not."
The campaign statement is false: Trump didn't stop questioning President Obama's birth certificate in 2011.
"I don't know anything about that."
“The media has been her number one surrogate in this."
“He appeals to the worst angels of the GOP nature and poor white folks,” Powell wrote in private emails seen by BuzzFeed News.
“There's no such thing as irredeemable."
"They are idiots and spent force peddling a book that ain’t going nowhere,” he said in an email about the former vice president's book with his daughter.