Trump finally beat the haters — now what?
"Mormons run the risk of being a people without a party," warns one Trump surrogate.
The conservative Mormon candidate is on the verge of beating Trump and Clinton in deep-red Utah. But his campaign has bigger plans after 2016.
The campaign is adding new staffers on the ground and flying surrogates into the state in a bid to turn Utah blue, sources tell BuzzFeed News.
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.
“If [Trump] is not discredited, in a full-throated way, by every Republican with credibility, it will send the party into a tailspin for decades.”
“If we don’t win this election, I don’t know what I’m going to do.”
"Trump stopped the bleeding with a strong second half of the debate, but he lost too many pints of it over the weekend."
"I never believed the earlier stories about Trump losing Utah ... Now, I'm honestly not sure. This feels different," the state's lieutenant governor tells BuzzFeed News.
A party unity event in Wisconsin descends into bitter shouting matches as Trump supporters heckle Paul Ryan. "Thanks a lot Paul for taking [Trump] away from us."
"People commit adultery. It happens ... Should we be shocked by it? No."
Republican strategist Mindy Finn will join the anti-Trump ticket soon, a source tells BuzzFeed News.
Bipartisan unity in the spin room: "I think voters get turned off by almost everything in politics."
"He wishes someone else could take the cup from him. ... I'd say 'weary martyr' is a good way to describe him."
After the debate on Long Island, Democrats were celebrating Donald Trump taking the bait.
Trump's high-profile campaign manager has been credited with "taming" the candidate. But some insiders tell BuzzFeed News she may not be pulling the strings.
An angry Trump supporter left a message for McMullin's Indian-American spokeswoman calling her a "frothing, libtard piece of shit Islamic dog," among other things.
One of Donald Trump’s most unwavering characteristics: a staunch refusal to ever give his critics the last word.
"I'm losing faith in Hillary's ability to win this easy-ass election."
At the Values Voter Summit, the Republican nominee showed again that he's never more bored and distracted than when he has to talk about God.