For some Republicans, the rise of Donald Trump to the head of their party has been acutely painful. We asked them to share their anguish. Advertisements
As Donald Trump’s official nomination approaches in Cleveland, a lifelong Republican comes to terms with a strange new party.
Voters expressed deep misgivings about their presumptive nominees in a New York Times/CBS News poll. The race between Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton is tied.
The Democratic candidate’s shifting explanations for her use of a private mail server as secretary of state appear to raise trust issues among voters.
While a parade of Republicans said this week they could not vote for Donald J. Trump, many also said the same about Hillary Clinton after the F.B.I.’s rebuke.
The president made no mention of the F.B.I. director’s announcement hours earlier that no charges should be filed in the Clinton email inquiry.
For Mrs. Clinton, appearing with the man who defeated her eight years ago reflects the evolution of one of the most delicate relationships in Democratic politics.