Donald Trump accused Democratic rival Hillary Clinton of a legacy of "death, destruction, terrorism and weakness" as US secretary of state and vowed to be tough on crime and illegal immigrants in a speech accepting the Republican presi
Front-runner Donald Trump said on Sunday that he will have essentially sealed the Republican US presidential nomination if he wins Tuesday's contest in Indiana, where he holds a big lead over chief rival Ted Cruz.
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Rolling out an "America first" foreign policy, Republican front-runner Donald Trump has vowed that if he were elected president, US allies in Europe and Asia would have to fend for themselves if they did not pay more for the US defence
Donald Trump swept primaries in five Northeastern states on Tuesday in a major show of strength that moved the New York billionaire closer to securing the Republican presidential nomination.
Trump rolled up victories over rivals J
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton scored sweeping victories in nominating contests in their home state of New York, and immediately argued they are all but unstoppable as their respective parties' presidential nominees.
US presidential candidate Ted Cruz's support among Republicans is about even at a national level with party front-runner Donald Trump, according to Reuters/Ipsos polling, as the US senator picked up a victory in Wisconsin's primary.
US Republican front-runner Donald Trump warned on Wednesday of riots if he is denied the party's presidential nomination after a string of primary election victories, raising the temperature even further in a highly charged White House race.
Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz split victories in four nominating contests with front-runner Donald Trump on Saturday, bolstering Cruz's argument that he represents the party's best chance to stop the brash New York billionaire
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton took big steps toward securing their parties' presidential nominations on Tuesday with a series of state-by-state victories, but their rivals vowed to keep on fighting.
The Republican leader of the US House of Representatives voiced support on Thursday for President Barack Obama's expanded campaign against Islamic State militants, but members of his party questioned whether the plan was forceful enough.