In a January profile in Harper’s Bazaar, Trump said she would return home from New York to renew her visa every few months. “It never crossed my mind to stay here without papers. That is just the person you are,” she said. “You follow the rules. You follow the law. Every few months you need to fly back to Europe and stamp your visa. After a few visas, I applied for a green card and got it in 2001.”
At least one of the Trump University cases is now moving toward a trial.
In New York’s Supreme Court, Judge Cynthia Kern asked on Tuesday that the lawyers representing Donald Trump and his real estate school file a motion within 45 days laying out a framework for the discovery process.
North Dakota on Monday became the latest state to have its voter identification law blocked by a federal court, adding to a string of recent rulings across the United States on the grounds that such measures disenfranchise poor and minority voters.
North Dakota joined North Carolina and Wisconsin, where voter-ID restrictions were struck down by federal courts on Friday, victories for advocates who claim the measures are an attempt to suppress voters who tend to cast ballots for Democrats.
As he runs for president, Donald Trump has a massive business deal underway with the federal government: a luxury hotel in the iconic, taxpayer-owned Old Post Office building, just five blocks from the White House. Now, a newly released document gives a glimpse into how Trump channels money to his children. It also shows that Trump leveraged a mere $2.4 million equity investment to gain control of the $200 million project.
Despite the fact that the deal concerns a beloved landmark owned by the public, key parts of the project — including who exactly owns it and how much money Trump actually invested — have remained secret. By using the Freedom of Information Act to appeal a previous denial of records, BuzzFeed News gained access to the new document: a key part of the 2013 lease Trump signed with the federal government to take over the Old Post Office building.
President Obama said today Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is "unfit to serve as president."
In a press conference with Singapore's prime minister, Obama added that Trump has shown he is "woefully unprepared to do this job" after his comments on military families as well as his handle on foreign affairs.
As some discontent endures among Republicans over the party's official nominee, a GOP strategist who for decades advised the Bush family in major presidential races said she has left the party and might cast her vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton in tightly-contested Florida.
Former Bush adviser Sally Bradshaw told CNN Monday that she is dissatisfied that the Republican Party is at "a crossroads" and that it nominated a "total narcissist" for president in Donald Trump.
At least two senior Donald Trump aides were fired by the campaign Monday in what three sources described as a shakeup.
Both aides — Ed Brookover and Jimmy Stracner — had worked for the presidential campaign of former Trump rival Ben Carson, who endorsed Trump after dropping out of the race.
Brookover, a longtime GOP strategist, had been working as a political adviser. He played a role in helping to organize this month's GOP convention.
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