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Republican candidate Donald Trump thought it would be a good idea to host a Twitter Q&A, encouraging his followers to ask him sensible, policy-related questions.
The Wisconsin Governor has failed to make progress in a crowded Republican field
Republican presidential candidate accused of racism after failing to correct claim that Obama is a Muslim and not really American
He discussed a range of topics from Jed Bush's wife to 'arab' names
Former Governor of Texas failed to poll strongly enough to appear on the main stage at the party’s first presidential debate last month
Hundreds protested against the Republican candidate outside Dallas City Hall
A recent poll shows Trump with 30 per cent of Republican support nationally with Mr Bush on just 8 per cent
Donald Trump said he will know the difference between Hamas and Hezbollah 'when it's appropriate'
After The Apprentice star gave away his number, Mr Graham had a message for Mr Trump: 'This is for the veterans'
The presidential candidate likely will make more headlines on Thursday
Mr Trump is now just one point behind favourite Jeb Bush in the polls
First Minister Alex Salmond is left in the rough over 'Great Dunes of Scotland' investment
Former Dragon's Den star Hilary Devey says she knows nothing about her replacement on the BBC show - except that "she likes taupe".
Maybe in another world...US Political comedian Dean Obeidallah has put together a piece for CNN on why "Obama would make a great stand-up comic". The President has shown plenty of wit (some scripted) over the last five years, particularly at the White House Correspondents' Dinner. But Obeidallah contends it's not just delivery that makes Obama funny; "he uses jokes the same way many of us comedians do: as a weapon". Here's a selection of the President's best put-downs:
Lord Sugar said he had spoken about a "new wave of claim culture" in the House of Lords
The former Apprentice winner suing Lord Sugar for constructive dismissal was an “untrusting and suspicious person,” the millionaire business mogul has claimed.