Comedian John Di Domenico watched an entire season of 'The Apprentice' to master his Donald Trump impersonation. Since then he has been busy traveling the country for commercials, corporate gigs and live television spots on Fox News. From high thread count undershirts to the finest wigs and makeup — watch Di Domenico become Trump.
Becoming Donald Trump
Gov. Bruce Rauner on the campaign trail
Jeanne Ives, GOP gubernatorial candidate
Three things Hillary Clinton should do now that she's clinched the nomination
Is Trump falling apart as he nears the finish line?
Surveillance video shows Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski grab Breitbart reporter's arm
Why presidential candidates need South Carolina
New Hampshire results shake up presidential race
Steal, layup in final seconds clinch state title for Belleville West
Hillary Clinton has garnered enough votes to clinch the Democratic nomination for president. But that was only the first half of the game - now, Hillary Clinton has to turn her gameplan toward the general election, and here are the first three things she needs to do in order to win the presidency.
From missing voter registration deadlines to misspeaking in interviews and even totally losing any delegates from the state of Colorado, Trump’s campaign isn’t running smoothly these days. What could it all mean for the Republican frontrunner?
Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski was charged on March 29 with simple battery after allegedly grabbing a reporter by the arm and pulling her during a campaign stop on March 8. Michelle Fields, the Breitbart reporter, was trying to ask Republican candidate Donald Trump a question at the time. Police in Jupiter, Florida released video of the incident, and Lewandowski has since turned himself in.
Every four years, presidential candidates descend upon South Carolina in hopes of securing the state’s favor. For the right, winning the Palmetto state is almost a sure indicator of the party’s nomination. For the left, it signals the support of a critical group: black voters.
Bernie Sanders won big in New Hampshire on Tuesday, while on the GOP side Donald Trump easily topped his rivals - who clamored for runner up. The shift in results from Iowa indicates the field is wide open as the race heads to South Carolina.