The claim originated from a story published on a satirical website.
Donald Trump loves to say he'll give the proceeds away for a product or a speech. A BuzzFeed News review of 27 years of tax records for Trump's personal foundation revealed donations of far less to that entity, and some contradicted claims.
"Let's remove soonest!!"
"Today you have women, which is a whole other story, women in the army and you see what's going on. It's like bedlam."
"I see her a lot at Knicks games, and, I tell you, she doesn't even understand basketball," Trump said of Hannah.
"If Obama would’ve backed the people of Iran two years ago when that county had a big, big problem—and the protesters were making headway...we wouldn't have any problems in Iran, believe me.”
Like his reversal on interventions in Libya and Iraq, Trump now says U.S. support for Mubarak's removal was a mistake.
“I'd try and be making friends, particularly among people that have a big play in a state like she has.”
Stone compared Trump speaking to People magazine under an assumed name to the Founding Fathers writing under pseudonyms.
Rep. Bob Dold said, even if Trump walked back his comments on women, Muslims, Latinos, and POWs, he still would not vote for him.
"To me it's most important that people know that, for Kentucky, the Clinton's will be terrible."
The Iowa congressman said he would have to speak with Trump before endorsing him.
"You know, if you're young, and in this era, and if you have any guilt about not having gone to Vietnam. We have our own Vietnam. It's called the dating game."
The campaign alleged that "an opposing campaign with the help of someone at Wikipedia" placed unflattering information on the page.
In the early 1990s, the New York Post reported that Bruni and Trump were romantically linked.
"It is important, even though you might not like Trump, like me, he represents a movement, he represents an insurgency that will benefit our people," said Stormfront.com founder Don Black.
"Man, I don’t know how to answer that question," said Sen. Dan Coats.
Rep. Chris Stewart said on Monday that he doesn't understand what Trump supporters are thinking.
And some evidence to the contrary.
In an online poll conducted by Grayson, Sanders overwhelmingly defeated Clinton.