Trump returns to campaign trail, targets Clinton on coal

Kendall County Board Chairman John Shaw, a Republican from Yorkville, however, would not say whether he would support Trump.

She apologized for her comment on Monday, but families of miners haven't forgiven her.

In the same statement, Trump thanked Dole and said "he is a wonderful man and it is a great honor to have his support". "This is not entertainment; this is not a reality show". That decrease ripples outward to the jobs that support the miners - like Copley, who was a maintenance planner for a coal company before being laid off.

When asked if Jeb Bush and previous Republican presidents, George W. Bush, and George H.W. Bush not supporting Trump means there is a crisis within the Republican party, King said, "Yes".

Or, as Jan Franck, 65, a retiree in Charleston, W.Va., put it after hearing Clinton speak on Tuesday: "She could be a sock puppet running against Donald Trump, and I'd vote for her". He has long criticized the Obama administration's Environmental Protection Agency, saying that its proposals to tighten emission standards on coal-burning power plants are killing American jobs. When the race still had three Republican candidates, polls showed that Trump was poised to win at least 60 percent of the vote in the state's primary, which will be held Tuesday.

For Clinton, faltering in the nation's most populous state could scar her candidacy heading into the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia in July.

"I'll be voting in November", she said. Then there was a travel office investigation, abuse of FBI files, and President Clinton's behavior in a sexual harassment case.

But he added: "We know what we're getting with Hillary, and it's what I don't want, so I'm going to vote for Donald Trump and hope that he will do what he said he was going to do". "I don't want to take myself out of the game, if you will, as we go forward, as we define our party, because what Donald Trump has done has really reversed Republican policies on trade, on foreign policy, on domestic policy, and these are really key significant changes".

"We're going to put the miners back to work", Trump said.

Hamilton also stated that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton would only follow in President Obama's footsteps. Trump does not fill this requirement according to Bush.

It's unclear exactly how the issue will play out in a general election. Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts and billionaire campaign donor Sheldon Adelson all endorsed Trump on Thursday.

"The email scandal should take her down but I don't think it's going to because I think she's being protected by the Democrats", Trump said on "Fox & Friends", a television news program that attracts a large conservative viewership.

"I invite a lot of Republicans and independents who I've been seeing on the campaign trail, who've been reaching out to me, I invite them to join with Democrats", Clinton told CNN on Wednesday. "For Republicans, there is no greater priority than ensuring we keep control of both chambers of Congress. I look forward to working hard for great conservatives in the Senate and House in the coming months".

In addition to changing tone, Trump also faces an uphill climb to bring the party together.

Yet Trump's reaction Friday made it unclear what impact Ryan could have. "Wrong, I didn't inherit it, I won it with millions of voters".

Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican nominee, said that he would not back Trump in the 2016 presidential election.

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