He also says criticism over his family foundation’s donations from foreign governments is politically motivated.
The former HP executive draws a line in the sand on immigration.
The retired neurosurgeon enters the race for the Republican presidential nomination.
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO steps into a crowded Republican field.
He is dropping the latest hint of what direction he will take after departing the White House.
Politicians to the far left and right are sounding populist themes not heard since the Great Depression.
Where They Stand
Aides point to the Republican's experience on corporate boards and his inner circle's business experience as guideposts for his philosophy.
The Republican presidential hopeful wants to force every agency to justify its spending by starting with a budget of zero and working up from there.
The self-described socialist has made economic change the reason behind his presidential campaign.
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