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Donald Trump's road to the Republican nomination

May 5, 2016
Donald Trump has emerged as the presumptive GOP nominee. Here's a look back at how we got here.
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How fast does Donald Trump learn?

April 29, 2016
John Dickerson | CBS News
Donald Trump makes a lot of bold claims. It can be hard to check those claims.
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Carly Fiorina becomes Ted Cruz's running mate

April 27, 2016
Sen. Ted Cruz announced Wednesday that former presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina would be his vice presidential running mate, if he were to win the Republican nomination.
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Some GOP elites aren’t quite convinced by Trump charm offensive

April 23, 2016
Philip Rucker, Robert Costa, Dan Balz | The Washington Post
Out on the campaign trail, Donald Trump relishes his feud with his own party. He threatened to sue the Republican National Committee. He called its nominating system “rigged,” “deceptive” and “a disgrace.” And he has suggested he might try to depose the party chairman.
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Trump is playing ‘a part’ and can transform for victory, campaign chief tells GOP leaders

April 22, 2016
Philip Rucker, Dan Balz, Robert Costa | The Washington Post
Trump’s chief strategist Paul Manafort told members of the Republican National Committee in a closed-door briefing here Thursday afternoon that his candidate has been playing a “part” on the campaign trail, but is starting to pivot toward presenting a more businesslike and presidential “persona.”
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Voters "confused" and unhappy with rhetoric in Election 2016

April 11, 2016
With seven months left in the one of the most polarizing presidential elections in years, how would you describe the 2016 campaign? We asked voters on the National Mall in Washington, DC. Some of the responses we heard: "A middle school argument in the cafeteria," "not what politics is about to me," and "not very happy with the way things are going." Add your voice to the #16for2016 conversation!
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