ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Hundreds of hands clasp in a downtown square. Hundreds of voices murmur messages of prayer. A moment later, the decibel level leaps. When the preacher raises a topical news event, the hands respond with a rousing ovation, the voices roar with approval. Yes, the faithful agree: Our police are under attack.
Anyone wondering why evangelical voters have stuck by Donald Trump will find answers here.
It wasn't long ago that Jamie Dimon was America's favorite banker — shaking hands and wearing his Presidential cuff links on Congressional panels, admonishing bad bankers with speeches about "Old Testament justice." He was the head of the bank that didn't take America's money.
AP Photo/Manuel Balce CenetaMichael Morell, a career intelligence officer who was acting and deputy director of the CIA from 2010 to 2013, expressed concerns that high-level political operatives connected to Donald Trump's campaign are working on behalf of Russian interests.
REUTERS/Rick WilkingThey like and are planning to vote for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas). But most Republicans surveyed in a new focus group in South Carolina, the next state to vote in the GOP primary race, saw a Trump victory in the state as "inevitable."
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Maybe that flush is from his signature orange glow…
Maybe those beads of sweat are from that dubious hair piece…
Donald Trump seems to be feeling the heat from his haters lately.
REUTERS/Jim YoungFamous Indiana University basketball coach Bobby Knight introduced Donald Trump in a profanity-laced speech at a campaign rally in Indiana on Wednesday.
The retired basketball coach praised Trump supporters, and predicted that history would remember them as instrumental in altering the fate of the US.
REUTERS/Rick WilkingThey like and are planning to vote for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas). But most Republicans surveyed in a new focus group in South Carolina, the next nominating state on the GOP side, saw a Trump victory in the state as "inevitable."
In several interviews last week, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump expanded on his ideas about how to defeat ISIS, suggesting the United States should let Russia take out the terror group while the US stands down. But experts have said the logistics of such a plan are full of holes.
Ralph Freso/Getty ImagesDonald Trump was nothing if not predictable in telling CNN viewers that they should consult with George S. Patton and Douglas MacArthur to figure out how to respond to the Brussels terrorist attack.