The 'Hamilton electors' are organising a last-ditch attempt to keep Trump from the presidency
''What’s for dinner, Donald?' 'Your dignity',' writes one Twitter user, while another says: 'This is how I feel all the time.'
'If we're given the White House and both houses of Congress and we don't deliver, I think there will be pitchforks and torches in the streets,' says the Texas Senator
Foreign policy advisor John Bolton proposes carving out a Sunni state in northern Iraq and eastern Syria. As a recipe for deepening the conflict in the region, it could scarcely be bettered
He has described child labour laws as ‘stupid’, called for America to adopt a Saudi Arabian approach to religious freedom, and promised to build a moon colony by 2020
For the time being the party will shift to the liberal, more confrontational wing of the party – led by Bernie Sanders, 74 years old but who in the primaries struck a populist chord Clinton never could
Quite simply, we have never seen a candidate and President like him
Barack Obama and Bill Clinton were both stifled by hostile Republican Congresses
The fallout comes as Mr Trump seeks to dismiss growing allegations
The feeling is mutual: Trump wouldn’t go in a foxhole with ‘a lot of these guys’
Historically more women have voted Democrat; this year the gender gap my yawn much wider
Exclusive: Leader of 'Delegates Unbound' en route to Las Vegas to meet with co-conspirators to ponder next moves
There have been rumours, matched with denials from the tycoon's campaign
'I was going to hit this guy so hard his head would spin, he wouldn’t know what the hell happened'
No questions will be off limits for the Republican presidential candidate
'We may speak the same language, but the cultural differences are really big,' the former UKIP leader says of Mr Trump's supporters