Donald Trump

Clooney's Vow: Trump Will Not Be President

The actor spoke to reporters Thursday at the Cannes Film Festival, and he was asked about the presumptive Republican presidential nominee and what a Trump White House would look like.

"There's not going to be a President Donald Trump," Clooney stated. "That's not going to happen. Fear is not going to be ... what drives our country. We're not going to be scared of Muslims or immigrants or women. We're not actually afraid of anything. We're not going to use fear. So that's not going to be an issue."

Trump gets his bump while Hillary loses ground

As Mitt Romney locked up the Republican nomination after 14 weeks of contests, he saw his ratings rise as Republican rallied behind their standard bearer, giving him a 4-point bounce and bringing the race against President Obama into a tie.

Bill Clinton responds to Donald Trump: Voters are 'smart enough to figure this out'

On a campaign swing through Puerto Rico Tuesday, the former president was asked by a reporter whether he had any response to Trump's latest attack on Twitter -- alluding to his past infidelities and charging that he was the "worst abuser" of women in U.S. political history.

"No. I think people are smart enough to figure this out without my help," Bill Clinton replied.

Trump on Tuesday used the new ads aired by the pro-Clinton super PAC, Priorities USA, as an opening to needle the former president about his personal conduct.

Jolie is no fan of Trump's Policy on Muslim Refugees

As a 15-year supporter and ambassador of international refugees, the Oscar winner is less than thrilled about Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump's approach to tackling the crisis in America.

Obama slams 'anti-intellectual' Trump campaign, saying 'ignorance is not a virtue'

Mr Obama did not specifically name the brash New York real estate developer during his remarks at a Rutgers University graduation ceremony in New Jersey, but it was clear he was referring to the candidate who is running on a slogan of "Make America Great Again!"

The President told students not to pine for an American golden age of years past, saying, "the good old days were not all that good", as he pointed out problems with racial discrimination, poverty and lack of equality for women.

The Simpsons predicted a Trump presidency 16 years ago

One example resurfaced early this year, when it was remembered that David Bowie and Alan Rickman, who died within days of each other in January, were both referenced in one scene from a 2013 Simpsons episode. And now we have a new example, with a nod to presidential politics: 16 years ago March 19, in an episode titled "Bart to the Future," the show predicted a Donald Trump presidency.

Trump’s knack for controversy drowning out his rivals

Frustrated GOP candidates trekking across Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina are struggling to be heard.

Trump unveils tax plan that would lower taxes for millions

Trump's plan for an overhaul of the U.S. tax code would eliminate federal income taxes on individuals earning less than $25,000 and married couples earning less than $50,000. He said those individuals would receive "a new one page form to send the IRS saying, 'I win.'"

Trump's plan would also disproportionally benefit wealthy earners by lowering the highest income tax rate from 39.6 percent to 25 percent, and businesses by cutting their tax rate — from major corporations to mom-and-pop shops — to no more than 15 percent.

Donald Trump to unveil tax plan Monday

He says his tax plan will reduce rates for lower and middle-income families as well as corporations, while increasing rates for some, like hedge fund managers who he says don't pay enough.

It's a plan the billionaire businessman has been touting for weeks as he's come under increased scrutiny for failing to outline specific policy platforms as he's risen to the top of GOP polls.

Donald Trump is coming out with another book

Louise Burke, president and publisher of Threshold Editions, made the announcement today, and explained that the currently untitled book, which is scheduled for publication on Oct. 27, will outline how a crippled America could be restored to greatness, according to Trump.