The Wisconsin state Senate's top Republican called Wednesday for the party to back Donald Trump, saying nothing is going to stop him from being the GOP presidential nominee and he could generate conservative turnout in November that could boost down-ticket Republicans.
The reaction of congressional Republicans to Donald Trump's ascension ranged from subdued to silent on Wednesday, a day after the billionaire TV personality was all but anointed as the party's presidential nominee.
Donald Trump's last Republican foe, Ohio Gov. John Kasich, ended his quixotic presidential campaign Wednesday, cementing Trump's remarkable triumph as his party's presumptive nominee and launching him toward a likely fall battle with Hillary Clinton. Some Republican leaders began reluctantly rallying around Trump, but others agonized over their party's future.
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Hillary Clinton is looking confidently ahead to the general election, but taking nothing for granted as California's mega-primary approaches, reaching out to Hispanic and black voters in the hope of waging a final knockout against rival Bernie Sanders.
Sen. Ted Cruz’s decision to drop out, followed by Ohio Gov. John Kasich on Wednesday, leaves Trump the task of rallying those who initially found him wanting. A Fox News survey in April of likely California Republican voters reported 22 percent supporting Cruz and 20 percent supporting Kasich.
With his decisive victory in Tuesday’s Indiana’s Republican primary and the withdrawal of his last two rivals, Donald Trump seems certain to secure his party’s presidential nomination. The question is can he unify a fractured GOP?
An obscure provision in the tax code allows vulnerable populations to apply for a property tax waiver, but TAD can remove the waiver if residents don’t verify their eligibility. One Fort Worth couple almost lost their house because they didn’t respond to TAD notices.
President Barack Obama mentors Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry at the White House. Helping him with basketball tips, schooling him in Connect Four, and building a science project volcano are just some of the ways they illustrate mentorship. But as the promotion for My Brother's Keeper says, you don't have to be an NBA star or the President of the United States to be a mentor. CREDITS: Courtesy of the White House
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