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February 17, 2016 12:02 PM Donald Trump to President Obama: I could have beaten you in 2012

BEAUFORT, S.C. -- President Obama and Republican front-runner Donald Trump exchanged insults on Tuesday, with the president insisting that Trump would not be elected president and then Trump insisting that the president's slam was actually a compliment. "I continue to believe that Mr. Trump will not be president. I have a lot of faith in the American 34

February 17, 2016 12:02 PM Donald Trump strikes back at Obama criticism

Donald Trump: I would've beaten Obama in 2012 Washington (CNN)Donald Trump attacked President Barack Obama on Wednesday calling him "the worst president in U.S. history" after the President sharply criticized the Republican front-runner. "Interesting how President Obama so haltingly said I 'would never be president' - This from perhaps the worst president 31

February 17, 2016 5:23 AM Pope Concludes Mexico Trip With Visits to Prison, US Border

MEXICO CITY — Pope Francis wraps up his trip to Mexico on Wednesday with some of his most anticipated events: a visit in a Ciudad Juarez prison just days after a riot in another lockup killed 49 inmates and a stop at the Texas border when immigration is a hot issue for the U.S. presidential campaign. He also scheduled a meeting with Mexican workers 56

February 17, 2016 5:03 AM The Latest: Vatican responds to Trump’s words on pope’s stop

The Vatican has a message for Donald Trump: Pope Francis is not an instrument of Mexico’s immigration policy and his concern about migrants is global, not just about the ones entering the United States. Vatican spokesman the Rev. Federico Lombardi says, “The pope always talks about migration problems all around the world, of the duties we have to solve 48

February 17, 2016 4:21 AM Obama criticizes Republican candidates, particularly Trump

President Obama on Tuesday issued his strongest warning yet about the Republican candidates for president with a two-word message on why voters should choose solemnly: nuclear codes. Bluntly questioning front-runner Donald Trump's temperament, Obama said, "Whoever is standing where I'm standing right now has the nuclear codes with them and can order 23

February 17, 2016 2:58 AM The Latest: Donald Trump rings up ‘Late Show’

Donald Trump was granted a rare honor by Stephen Colbert on Tuesday’s “Late Show” when the GOP presidential hopeful was welcomed as a surprise phone-in guest and spared from making an actual appearance on the CBS program. Colbert took the call on an orange, coiffed “Trump Phone,” on which Trump spoke from South Carolina, where he is campaigning 53

February 16, 2016 10:41 PM The Latest: Obama chides GOP candidates for harsh talk

President Barack Obama says Donald Trump isn’t the only Republican presidential candidate making troubling comments that have raised concerns overseas. Obama is chiding the GOP candidates Tuesday for harsh talk about Muslims and immigration and for questioning climate change. He said: “This is not just Mr. Trump.” Obama is contrasting the reality of being 36

February 16, 2016 6:59 PM Shad 'Bow Wow' Moss Rips Charlamagne's Face for Calling Him a Donkey

The host came for the radio personality's skin. Shad Moss had the honor of hosting the pre-show at the 2016 Grammy Awards, and while he brought the hype and excitement, he had a bit of a timing error minutes before the show was set to begin. One person who caught the flub was radio personality Charlamagne Tha God, who let the MC have it on The Breakfast 32

February 16, 2016 4:30 PM Here's why Trump resonates with South Carolina's evangelical voters

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Fresh off a monthlong missionary trip teaching at a Bible college in the Philippines, David Thomas drove to Clemson last week to listen to real estate tycoon Donald Trump. Thomas wore a tie and a brown jacket zipped against the cold and sat front-and-center just steps away from the GOP presidential candidate. He came to hear a man speak 28

February 16, 2016 1:08 PM The Daily 202: Hillary Clinton could blow it in Nevada

The Nevada caucuses were once a lock for Hillary Clinton. Just last month, campaign manager Robby Mook said she was ahead there by 25 points. But the dynamic on the ground has shifted rapidly in the wake of Bernie Sanders’ 22-point victory in New Hampshire. “The Clinton panic is palpable,” Jon Ralston, the dean of the Silver State press corps, writes 62