Trump aide blames Obama in 2004 soldier's death

"I don't even know where to start on answering this question", Obama said with an exasperated half-smile. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos called him a bigot. Interestingly, Ryan used similar language in May when he refused to endorse Trump as a presidential nominee for Republicans.

Among Trump supporters, a majority says their vote is better described as being against Clinton (52 percent), while less than half are voting because they like him (44 percent).

Vos wrote a column in advance of a Trump rally Friday in Green Bay.

Donald Trump and the Khan family have been at odds during the past week, with an increasingly personal feud that followed Khizr Khan's fiery denunciation of The Donald at the Democratic National Convention.

"What exactly is Mr. Trump supposed to be apologizing for, just so I'm clear?" she asked the CNN host, dumbfounded.

Vos said "we are Ryan Republicans here in Wisconsin, not Trump Republicans".

Ryan conceded that Trump's comments were racist when the candidate suggested that federal Judge Gonzalo Curiel's Mexican heritage made him too biased to fairly adjudicate the class action case against Trump University. "But I'll defend our veterans anytime even against Trump". "I made the decision that I wouldn't be able to look at my grandkids if I voted for Trump", said Dan Webb, a former federal prosecutor and a self-described "Republican for decades" working to win over prominent Republican business people in Chicago.

Anxious that that may not be enough, Priebus also joined a handful of high-profile Trump allies in considering whether to confront the candidate directly following a series of startling stances and statements with Election Day quickly approaching.

In the statement announcing the team, Trump's campaign also said he'll unveil a detailed jobs plan on Monday at the Detroit Economic Club.

"Donald Trump consistently smears the character of Muslims", Kahn said.

Hillary Clinton is correct.

Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence. "You're not going to find me being critical of Mr. and Mrs. Kahn, no matter what they do", he said.

Trump has attacked the Khan family numerous times since Khizr Khan and his wife, Ghazala, appeared at the Democratic National Convention last week and condemned the GOP nominee as failing to adhere to the Constitution, pointing to his proposal to ban Muslim immigrants. But after Donald Trump's attacks on the Muslim-American parents of a fallen soldier, merely passing on attending this coronation is insufficient. "I believe we need Paul Ryan in leadership". Republicans call it ransom; the Obama administration says it was money the US legally owed Iran.

Obama had asked Republican Party leaders to withdraw their support for Trump. "There's a conflict within the Trump campaign", he told ABC's George Stephanopoulos.

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