Donald Trump spewed lethal rhetoric at Monday night's debate, echoing disparaging statements about the Black community and President Barack Obama.
In an interview, the Vermont Senator said he needed less people moving forward, adding that the campaign needed to focus on the last 10 states as opposed to 50 states.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz both lead their competitors in Tuesday's presidential primary race in Wisconsin, but they may face significant obstacles in the battle for the nomination, which comes in just three months, according to The Associated Press.
The sisters may have taken it a bit too far this time. Diamond and Silk appeared on a radio show with White nationalist John Friend, who, the news site points out, is a "Holocaust denier" who has said the only "real Americans" are White people and who often uses his blog, The Realist Report, to spew "racist and anti-Semitic views."
The incident occurred at Trump's rally on Saturday (March 19) in Tucson. As protester Bryan Sanders was escorted out of the venue, he was struck by Tony Pettway a reported five times before officers restrained him.
Trump's presence on the list marks the first time the firm has considered the rise of a presidential candidate as a global risk.
This Sunday at 8/7c, TV One and CNN will host the Ohio Democratic Presidential Town Hall helmed by NewsOne Now's Roland Martin and CNN's Jake Tapper at Ohio State University's Mershon Auditorium.
Over the weekend, presidential hopeful and GOP frontrunner Donald Trump garnered an endorsement from another unlikely source -- the brother of murdered civil rights leader Medgar Evers.
With the recent death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the nation is on the brink of what could turn out to be one of the most contentious appointments in history. Appointed by Ronald Reagan, Scalia was staunchly conservative and interpreted the constitution closely. He was also notoriously anti-abortion, pro-death penalty and anti-affirmative action. Just weeks before […]
An estimated 30 Black students were squired away from a Donald Trump rally in Valdosta, Georgia by Secret Service agents who said the Republican presidential candidate had requested the removal before he began speaking, reports USA Today.