Politics & Government

Politics & Government

Libertarian nominee blames ‘troll army’ for rumor that running mate might quit

Friends of William Weld, the former governor of Massachusetts whose presence on the Libertarian ticket has given boosts in fundraising and gravitas, have said for days that Donald Trump’s recovery in the polls had given him second thoughts about running as a “spoiler.” Weld has called that “wishful thinking,” and at the Texas Tribune Festival in Austin, the party’s presidential nominee, Gary Johnson, dismissed the rumors with an unprintable word.

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Clinton and Trump trade jabs on terrorism - Election Rewind

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump addressed terrorism on Monday as the investigations continue into the recent bombings in New York and New Jersey. A suspect has since been taken into custody, but each candidate holds a contrasting plan for how to make America safer.
Cristina Rayas & Meta Viers McClatchy
Clinton and Trump trade jabs on terrorism - Election Rewind 1:35

Clinton and Trump trade jabs on terrorism - Election Rewind

Florida Republican holds jar of mosquitoes on House floor to push for federal funding for Zika 3:54

Florida Republican holds jar of mosquitoes on House floor to push for federal funding for Zika

Hillary: I'm allergic to Trump 1:28

Hillary: I'm allergic to Trump

Time lapse of I-26 tree clearing 2:44

Time lapse of I-26 tree clearing