The pop star is swinging in to Northern Virginia to campaign for Hillary Clinton.
Ivanka Trump hit the campaign trail Thursday for her father in this crucial battleground state and did everything in her power to avoid defending Donald Trump for lewd behavior and allegations of sexual assault that have torpedoed his presidential run.
Donald Trump’s campaign is moving staff from Virginia to North Carolina, seemingly giving up on the Old Dominion with nearly four weeks to go before Election Day — a staggering retreat in what was once a GOP stronghold.
Independent conservative presidential candidate Evan McMullin readily acknowledges he faces long odds in his long-shot White House bid that essentially counts on denying any one candidate 270 Electoral College votes and throwing things to the U.S. House at this point.
President Obama and former Vice President Al Gore hit the campaign trail Tuesday in key swing states, urging voters to reject Republican Donald Trump — but the president’s rally was derailed several times by protesters wearing t-shirts and carrying signs proclaiming, “Bill Clinton is a rapist.”