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Donald Trump continues to thumb his nose at the Republican Party.

Trump cleaves the GOP into unprecedented alliances

Donald Trump continues to thumb his nose at the Republican Party.

from To the Point

Against a background of police killings, terrorism and an attempted coup in Turkey, Republicans are gathered in Cleveland to nominate Donald Trump.

The Trump National Convention in Cleveland

Against a background of police killings, terrorism and an attempted coup in Turkey, Republicans are gathered in Cleveland to nominate Donald Trump.

from To the Point

Donald Trump has outraged members of his own party by saying that the race of federal judges could determine whether they're qualified to hear certain cases.

Does a Contested Democratic Convention Jeopardize the Nominee?

Donald Trump has outraged members of his own party by saying that the race of federal judges could determine whether they're qualified to hear certain cases.

from To the Point

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