Top reason why Americans will vote for Donald Trump: To stop Hillary Clinton - Times of India

NEW YORK: The US presidential election may turn out to be one of the world's biggest un-popularity contests. Nearly half of American voters who support either Democrat Hillary Clinton or Republican Donald Trump for the White House said they will mainly ...and more »

May.5, 2016 - New York Times

Donald J. Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, gave a dim view of the current economy during a speech at the Civic Center in Charleston, W.Va. By REUTERS on Publish Date May 6, 2016. Photo by Ty Wright for The New York Times.and more »

A look at the policy divide between Trump and Ryan - PBS NewsHour

Here are some of the policy differences between the country's top two Republicans. Photos by Reuters. WASHINGTON — A presidential campaign throws policy differences into stark relief and so it is this time, on immigration, spending, trade, foreign ...and more »

Paul Ryan: 'I'm just not ready' to back Donald Trump - CNN

Washington (CNN) House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday he cannot yet support presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump's presidential campaign. "I'm just not ready to do that at this point. I'm not there right now," the Wisconsin Republican told ...and more »

Republican Party Unravels Over Donald Trump's Takeover - New York Times

Rain didn't dampen a Trump rally in Charleston, W. Va., in May. Credit Ty Wright for The New York Times. By seizing the Republican presidential nomination for Donald J. Trump on Tuesday night, he and his millions of supporters completed what had seemed ...and more »

The GOP's Ideological Earthquake and the Aftermath - National Review Online

What lies behind Donald Trump's nomination victory? Received wisdom among conservatives is that he, the outsider, sensed, marshaled, and came to represent a massive revolt of the Republican rank and file against the “establishment.” This is the ...and more »

Vexed by Donald Trump, has Paul Ryan changed his position on backing GOP presidential nominee? - PolitiFact

Republicans Paul Ryan (left) and Donald Trump have had their differences during Trump's 2016 campaign for president. On May 3, 2016, Donald Trump earned the title of presumptive Republican presidential nominee by winning decisively in Indiana's GOP ...and more »

All But One Former GOP Nominee to Skip Republican National Convention - ABC News

The Republican National Convention in July is going to be missing some of the party's most recognizable faces. All of the living former Republican nominees for president said they are skipping the Cleveland convention with the exception of Bob Dole ...and more »

Face the Nation transcripts May 8, 2016: Clinton - CBS News

JOHN DICKERSON, HOST: Today on FACE THE NATION: It's Donald Trump's party now. The Republican nominee is set. Hillary Clinton has more work to do, but the battle has begun. We caught up with the Democratic front-runner on the campaign trail in ...and more »

Is the Tea Party Responsible for Donald Trump? - The Atlantic

Subscribe to The Atlantic's Politics & Policy Daily, a roundup of ideas and events in American politics. There was already a Republican civil war before Donald Trump came along. Remember the Tea Party? Remember the government shutdown? For years ...and more »