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Donald Trump on Tuesday advocated for term limits on members of Congress to "drain the swamp" in Washington, D.C., NBC News reports.
The Clinton campaign worries that Trump's bare knuckle tactics will have this negative effect on voters, says Amie Parnes.
Chuck Schumer, possibly the next Senate majority leader, sat down with CNBC's John Harwood to talk Trump, Clinton and chances for legislation.
Redistricting will be a priority for Obama once he leaves office, Politico reports.
The national deficit increased from last year's in dollars and as a percentage of the economy, The New York Times reports.
Andrew Sabin is both an environmentalist and a Republican who's donated large sums to elect Trump, The New York Times reports.
House Speaker Paul Ryan, unwilling to help Donald Trump, accused Democrat Hillary Clinton and liberals on Friday of pursuing government-heavy agenda for elites.
John Kushma, a contributor for The Hill, says Donald Trump's behavior makes him want to be a better man.
This proposed investing rule would be a “dangerous mistake” that could actually trigger a run on mutual funds—the exact disaster it was designed to prevent, warns Harvard professor Hal Scott.
Anti-Trump Republicans sitting out the election could hand control of the House to the Democrats. Here's how it might happen.
If running mate Mike Pence were to leave the ticket, Trump's remaining support would evaporate, says a former aide to presidents Reagan and Bush.
Paul Ryan didn't abandon Donald Trump. Donald Trump abandoned Paul Ryan, says GOP strategist Sara Fagen.
The "shackles" gone, Donald Trump stepped up his fierce attacks on his own party leaders Tuesday.
It's time for GOP candidates to run their own campaigns — irrespective of Donald Trump, says Marco Rubio's former campaign manager.
Larry Kudlow, an informal advisor to Donald Trump and a CNBC contributor, says the fallout since Friday's Trump tape release abated somewhat after Sunday's debate.
But the House speaker has not pulled his endorsement of Trump.
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