Sorry Not Sorry

Donald Trump Is Not Backing Down

The Republican front-runner fired back at critics of his unsubstantiated claim that “thousands of people” in New Jersey cheered when the Twin Towers fell.

Will Donald Trump Dodge His Latest Flaps?

Under attack by Republican rivals and critics for comments about monitoring Muslims and the response to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, presidential front-runner Donald Trump didn't back down during a Monday speech in Ohio. Instead, he argued that the renewed focus on terrorism and immigration following the attacks in Paris will only make him stronger.

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