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Republican candidate Donald Trump said the U.S. is being taken advantage of by other countries, and the biggest "abuser" is China.
But the Clinton camp fires back, saying this "is another example of Donald Trump trash-talking the United States."
A former White House aide believes Hillary Clinton and Paul Ryan could make a deal under a Clinton presidency.
Trump sees the climate as a ripe time for the U.S. to take advantage of almost-free money.
Donald Trump defends himself on CNBC against criticism that he had suggested the use of violence against Hillary Clinton.
Contrary to the apparent conclusion of Donald Trump, the terror quasi-state known as ISIS was not founded by Barack Obama.
Donald Trump tells CNBC he would renegotiate trade deals like NAFTA, and that he is not an isolationist although he may be viewed as one.
Trump and Clinton want to spend big on rebuilding America. But it remains to be seen whether Congress would go along with the idea.
Donald Trump tells CNBC it's possible he may lose the election.
Entitlement spending and pension funding are huge issues no one is addressing right now, Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson tells CNBC.
Hillary Clinton says Donald Trump keeps proving he's not temperamentally fit to be president.
In addition to the wide popular vote edge, Nate Silver's site figures Clinton to win 354 electoral votes to Trump's 183.
The public can now send messages to U.S. President Barack Obama via Facebook Messenger, the White House announced on Wednesday.
More than 20 Republican current and former members of Congress now publicly oppose Donald Trump.
The Reuters/Ipsos poll reflects the turmoil Donald Trump's candidacy has sown within his party.
Donald Trump creates another firestorm when he seems to suggest violence as means of preventing Hillary Clinton from nominating judges.
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An estimated 71.6 million people watched the final debate between White House contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on TV on Wednesday.
Clinton and Trump agree on this issue, but they're both wrong about how to fix the problem, says Pinar Çebi Wilber.
There isn't a "chorus" behind Donald Trump's debate performance, experts told CNBC.