New polls conducted following the first presidential debate show Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton leading Republican rival Donald Trump in three potentially key battleground states. The polls showed Clinton with a four-point lead over Trump in Florida and seven-point advantages in both New Hampshire and Michigan.
Former Miss Universe Alicia Machado remains in Donald Trump's crosshairs, with the Republican presidential nominee describing the beauty pageant winner as "disgusting." Trump has been critical of Machado for gaining weight after her Miss Universe victory and stepped up his attacks on Twitter early Friday.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has denied a recent Newsweek report that he violated the U.S. trade embargo against Cuba, claiming the reporter has a bad reputation. "I never did business in Cuba," Trump said in an interview with NH1 News in New Hampshire on Thursday.
Donald Trump has a slim lead over Hillary Clinton in South Carolina, according to a Winthrop University poll, although the real estate tycoon is underperforming previous Republican presidential candidates in the Palmetto State. The poll found that 42 percent of likely South Carolina voters support Trump, while 38 percent prefer Clinton.
Following Hillary Clinton's recent bout with pneumonia, the results of an Associated Press-GfK poll show that voters are more confident Donald Trump is healthy enough to be president than they are about the former Secretary of State. Fifty-one percent of voters said they are "very" or "extremely" confident Trump would be healthy enough to serve as president.
After Monday night's presidential debate, Donald Trump's campaign brought in a massive fundraising haul of $18 million.
"As a result of Donald Trump's huge debate win last night, we had a massive fundraising day bringing in more than $18 million," said Steven Mnuchin, Finance Chairman of the Trump...
On the heels of Monday night's contentious presidential debate, Republican nominee Donald Trump claimed the only thing that might have bothered him was Democratic rival Hillary Clinton's reference to his criticism of a former Miss Universe. Trump told "Fox & Friends" on Tuesday that the exchange "maybe" got under his skin.
After months of sparring, the two major presidential candidates went head to head on the same stage in the first of three internationally televised debates that reached hundreds of millions of people around the world.
Facing off Monday evening at Hofstra University in New York, Republican Donald Trump...
As the clock ticks down to the first presidential debate, the results of new CNN/ORC polls show Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton virtually tied in the key swing states of Colorado and Pennsylvania.
Likely Colorado voters are split 42 percent for Trump and 41 percent for Clinton, with Libertarian Gary...
With Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton set for their first face-to-face matchup Monday night, the results of a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll suggest that the presidential debates could have a significant impact on the race for the White House. Thirty-four percent of registered voters said the debates will be "extremely important" or "quite important."
With the first presidential debate looming, the results of a new McClatchy-Marist poll show that Hillary Clinton's lead over Donald Trump has narrowed significantly. The poll showed Clinton with a 48 percent to 41 percent lead over Trump among likely voters nationwide.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has seen an increase in support in several key battleground states, according to the results of a Quinnipiac University Swing State Poll released on Friday. The poll found that Trump leads Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in Georgia and Iowa and has narrowed the gap against the former Secretary of State in Colorado and Virginia.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has expressed support for the controversial policy of "stop-and-frisk" as part of an effort to reduce crime. In a town hall hosted by Sean Hannity of Fox News on Wednesday, Trump was asked what he would do to address "violence in the black community" and "black-on-black crime."
Amid questions about the health of the two major party candidates, the results of a new Gallup poll show that a slim majority of Americans think a president should publicly release all medical information that might affect his or her ability to serve. Fifty-one percent of Americans said a president should release all medical information.
Donald Trump's decision to admit that President Barack Obama was born in the U.S. made headlines last Friday, but the Republican presidential nominee has now suggested that the statement was an effort to prevent the issue from being a distraction. "I just wanted to get on with, you know, we want to get on with the campaign." Trump said.