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Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton an "unbelievably nasty, mean enabler" of her husband Bill Clinton, NBC News reports.
Another prominent Republican is distancing himself from Donald Trump.
Presumptive GOP Presidential nominee Donald Trump just admitted that the U.S. has too much debt to afford a rate hike, market bear Peter Schiff said.
Wall Street's biggest bulls believe Donald Trump could be good for U.S. stocks if elected president.
House Speaker Paul Ryan will meet with Donald Trump next week, after both had publicly declined to support the other in recent days.
This is the second time this week that Trump has revealed a profound ignorance of an issue related to government debts, Vox reports.
Now that Donald Trump is the presumptive nominee, a GOP civil war that will break the party into pieces is fully underway, Politico's Ben White says.
President Barack Obama on Friday outlined proposals for cutting out both legal and illegal tax avoidance.
Donald Trump says he loves debt – and, after all, he is the king of debt. But federal debt is different than Donald debt, especially if rates rise.
Business leaders will find ways to work with Donald Trump if he becomes president, two experts say.
The presumptive GOP presidential candidate says the national debt would be troublesome if the cost of borrowing increases.
Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, who has touted his ability to fund most of his campaign, has named a finance chair.
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee tells CNBC he prefers to pick a running mate with government experience.
Media mogul Barry Diller had some harsh words about Donald Trump.
San Francisco Fed President John Williams said Thursday that two or three interest rate increases this year are "reasonable."
The middle class has been "absolutely forgotten," while the wealthy have done very well, Trump tells CNBC.
Silicon Valley is coming to terms with a new type of disruption: Donald Trump as the Republican Party's presumptive presidential nominee.
The Rolling Stones have asked presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to stop playing their songs at his campaign events.
Donald Trump said he was "open to doing something" with the country's minimum wage.
The hacker who first exposed Hillary Clinton's private email address is saying he gained access to her server. NBC News reports.
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