In recordings from 1994 obtained by BuzzFeed News, Stephen Bannon refers to a woman challenging his company's safety standards as a “bimbo,” and vows to ram comments she made “down her fucking throat.”
During a contentious legal dispute about an ecological research company that aimed to simulate the surface of Mars, a former employee accused Steve Bannon of sexual harassment.
Hillary Clinton and the media are talking about the movement, but Donald Trump broke with one of the key things that drew it to the candidate in the first place.
Trump has pointed to the money raised at the club as evidence of his own philanthropy, but the club brings in millions of dollars in revenue for his company by hosting major charity events each year.
The former Pennsylvania governor says the relationship between Clinton Foundation and State Department employees "creates a bad perception" for the Democratic nominee.
The longtime Trump adviser said the Republican nominee is making a mistake by not doing so.
“I think that you really want that man covered from morning 'til noon, 'til night..."
"I mean, if he’s a member of the Muslim Brotherhood or supporting the ISIS type of attitude against America there’s no reason for Donald Trump to have to honor this man,” said Carl Paladino of Khizr Khan, who rhetorically asked Trump if he'd read the Constitution.
In Mike Pence's analysis of the 1992 presidential election, George H.W. Bush was an unfaithful husband, America was his vengeful wife, and Bill Clinton was her way of getting back.
It seems like a...metaphor? "You know, you think of the Statue of Liberty, right? And all of us. I’m an immigrant. We’re all basically immigrants here," the native Floridian said.
"I don’t know if it’s gonna be a good change, but you gotta break eggs to make an omelette,” said Thomas Massie of Kentucky.
The art of the spiel.
"What’s frustrating to me is, I wish Donald Trump would just talk about Hillary Clinton and what he’s going to do to make everyday American’s lives better.”
"Alcohol, grinding in somebody's lap, that's a recipe for problems," Kaine said in 1999.
"They take us for idiots, I guess, right?"
"You look at what he’s doing. And so smart. When you see the riots in a country because they’re hurting the Russians, okay, ‘We’ll go and take it over.’"
Donald Trump's son defended his father's comments on the Khan family.
"Although from a standpoint of poetic rhetoric, Secretary Clinton’s speech wasn’t outstanding in that regard, I thought she looked and sounded as presidential, as determined, as forceful, and as stable as anybody ever could."
"Either he wanted Russian security services to capture the related State Department emails, which is problematic. Or he wanted the Russian government to capture the private emails of a person protected by the Fourth Amendment to the US constitution, which is equally problematic."
"Bernie said for a long time, he didn’t think the DNC was staying neutral. Well, the emails came out, wherever they came from, and suggest that he was right," said Sen. Dick Durbin.