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Bill Clinton Talks Romance, His Pursuit Of Hillary, And Oh Yeah She Should Be President

Joe Cunningham, RedState

Both husband and wife are examples of what living in an ivory tower looks like. Not held accountable to the little people below. They seek power, they seek to use the government to give them power. They do not deserve to go back into the White House. And many Democrats realized that they were simply paying lip service to key social causes.

Trump previews his Republican convention speech

Kelly Cohen, Washington Examiner

"Well I'm talking about trade, I'm talking about law and order, I'm going to be talking about borders," Trump told ABC's George Stephanopoulos in an interview that aired Thursday morning on "Good Morning America." Trump added that the message in his Thursday night speech will echo prior ones.

Pence Seeks to Unify After Cruz

Nick Gass and Matthew Nussbaum, Politico

After largely being overshadowed by Trump during his official debut last weekend, the billionaire businessman’s running mate used the prime-time stage on Wednesday night to bridge the divide between the conservatives who have fallen in line behind Trump and those still holding out. He also tested out his new role as Trump's No. 1 attack dog on Hillary Clinton.

Scott Walker Throws Support Behind Donald Trump

Jordyn Phelps, ABC News

“Let me be clear, a vote for anyone other than Donald Trump in November is a vote for Hillary Clinton,” the former 2016 candidate said, recalling the promise he made during a Republican debate in Cleveland last August to support the eventual nominee, regardless of who it was. “Make no mistake, we can't wait four years to get them next time,” he continued. “The consequences are too great.”

Donald Trump Jr.: We knew Cruz wasn't going to endorse

Louis Nelson, Politico

Donald Trump Jr. told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” that the Trump campaign saw Cruz’s speech ahead of time and knew what the Texas senator would say. The GOP nominee allowed Cruz to speak, Trump Jr. said, in the interest of party unity, even though he knew the remarks would be far from an endorsement.

Ted Cruz puts his political career ahead of his country — and it backfires

Charles Hurt, Washington Times

With the Supreme Court in the balance, how could Ted Cruz not swallow hard and endorse the only man who can stop Hillary Clinton from choosing two and possibly five Supreme Court replacements? This is a man who loves himself and his political career so much more than his country.

Donald Trump Junior: 'For My Father, Impossible Is Just the Starting Point'

Susan Jones, CNS News

At the end of his tribute to "my mentor, my best friend, my father," Donald Junior listed all the things his father will do as president, including working with "everyone" to pass legislation; reforming the tax code; repealing and replacing Obamacare; appointing judges "who believe that freedom requires limited government"; and putting America and Americans first.