Well, that was fast. Donald Trump stands firm, telling the Wall Street Journal on Saturday that there’s “zero chance I’ll quit.” The anticipated announcement came hours after the release of leaked recordings from 2005 of Trump making obscene sexual remarks. The Hill reported: “I’d never withdraw. I’ve never withdrawn in my life,” Trump added in an interview with the Washington Post. “No, I’m not quitting this race. I have tremendous support.” […] Trump released a video late Friday night apologizing for the lewd remarks. “I never said I’m a perfect person nor pretended to be someone I’m not,” Trump said in the video. “I’ve said and done things I regret and the words released today on this more than decade-old video are one of them. These words don’t reflect who I am.
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According to reports on Saturday, Republican Vice Presidential nominee Mike Pence will no longer be attending Paul Ryan's campaign event. The Hill reported: Ryan was originally scheduled to appear with Donald Trump, but Trump was dropped from the event in the wake of the Washington Post publishing leaked audio of Trump making vulgar comments about women in 2005. Pence was supposed to attend in his running mate’s place. But the Indiana governor is "not going to the Wisconsin GOP event today,” according to NBC News. Pence decided himself not to attend the event and was not uninvited by Ryan, according to a Politico reporter. Read full story @ (Link: thehill.com)
A source has confirmed that GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump plans to campaign alongside House Speaker Paul Ryan, R.-Wis., this Saturday in the congressman’s own district. Trump is to join Ryan at the annual Wisconsin Fall Fest in Elkhorn, along with Gov. Scott Walker, R.-Wis., Sen. Ron Johnson, R.-Wis. and Brad Courtney, the GOP’s state chairman. The fact that Trump and Ryan are teaming up suggests that any animosity that previously existed between them has officially dissipated. It was only several months ago the two were feuding publicly over the House speaker’s refusal to endorse Trump. “To be perfectly candid with you … I’m just not ready to do that at this point,” Ryan said in May when asked by CNN’s Jake Tapper about whether or not he was ready to endorse the then
Florida is a key state in next month’s presidential election, so no one could blame Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton for being aggressive with TV ads in the state. But her campaign’s plans to run $63,000 worth of advertising in Florida on The Weather Channel at the same time a dangerous hurricane is bearing down on the state have been criticized. Not wanting to appear as though it was capitalizing on the situation, the Clinton campaign announced Thursday it was temporarily pulling its ads from The Weather Channel until after Hurricane Matthew passes. Jesse Ferguson, a campaign spokesman, said the ads on The Weather Channel were part of a larger TV blitz in the state and were not designed to capitalize on the increased viewership in a time of crisis. Clinton