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Trump says he'll name running mate at convention - The Times of Israel

As frontrunner looks to national race, 'a lot of people are interested' in his choice of no. 2. By TERRY SPENCER and Jonathan Lemire 6 May 2016, 2:08 am 0 Edit · Facebook · Twitter · email; Print; 10 shares. Republican presidential candidate Donald ...and more »

Bush, Graham say won't vote for Trump in November - TRT World

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, right, and Donald Trump arguing during a Republican presidential debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015, in Simi Valley, Calif. (ImageSource). Two of Republican ...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. embed ...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 »

First on CNN: Kasich 'doing the right thing' by dropping out, Trump says - CNN

(CNN) Donald Trump on Wednesday said John Kasich is "doing the right thing" by dropping out of the presidential race, adding that he is interested in vetting the Ohio governor as a potential running mate. "That's good. That's good. You're just telling ...and more »

What These Republicans Think About Donald Trump - Newsweek

0506_Republicans_oppose_Donald_Trump_president_02 From left: Former President George H. W. Bush, House Speaker Paul Ryan and former President George W. Bush are three of several prominent Republicans who say they won't back Donald Trump as the likely ...and more »

Most People Are Voting Against Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, Not for Them - TIME

Hillary Clinton in New Haven, Connecticut on April 23, 2016 (R); Donald Trump in New York City, on April 21, 2016. Justin Sullivan—Getty Images (R); John Lamparski—Getty Images. By Maya Rhodan. May 6, 2016. The majority of voters are motivated by ...and more »

Paul Ryan Says He Is 'Not Ready' to Endorse Donald Trump - New York Times

WASHINGTON — In an extraordinary rebuke of his party's presumed nominee, Speaker Paul D. Ryan, the nation's highest-ranking elected Republican, said Thursday that he was “not ready” to endorse Donald J. Trump for president. Mr. Ryan's announcement ...and more »

Five issues where Trump and Ryan clash - BBC News

Donald Trump's election as president came despite clashes with the traditional leadership of the Republican party, conflict that has not gone away since he moved to the White House. Mr Trump has described himself as a "commonsense conservative" and he ...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 »